Prof. Ghislain Deslandes reviews a book on leadership where self-honesty, concern for others and generosity in leadership are all “bullshit”.
ESCP Professor Chiara Succi takes a look at how the digital work environment threatens mental well-being and what we can do to keep our batteries charged.
With remote meetings not going anywhere anytime soon, how can you make sure your meetings run as smoothly as possible? Specialist in leadership and intercultural management in remote contexts, Béatrice Rivas-Siedel shares a few essential tips to keep in mind.
ESCP Business School Prof. Petros Chamakiotis’s research on the topic shows what e-leaders can do to make their teams sustainable and high-performing.
Diversity in the workplace is only one part of the equation for successful business performance, the other being actively creating an inclusive environment where employees can express their authentic selves.
Prof. Terence Tse argues that AI could provide more accurate and timelier ESG-related data, which could in turn help improve the various ESG indices and enable investors to make more informed investment decisions in companies that are truly ESG-compliant.
Professor Emmanuelle Léon discusses the pandemic’s impact on the way we work. Where are businesses today and what challenges are to come? Stick with us to find out.
When the pandemic is finally over, will we be going back to the office like before? Alain d’Iribarne, an economist specialised in work-related sociology, along with Kévin Duchier, HR Director of Germinal, provide some insights.
Prof. Valentina Carbone & PhD candidate Tra-My Le review a book showing how these workers constituting the backbone of supply chains can use their power to resist poor working conditions.
Prof. Emmanuelle Léon and her research associates have shown that in a context where physical presence is still highly valued, employees are extending their working hours to gain the trust of their superiors.
Profs. Alisa Sydow and Chiara Succi provide some helpful, concrete tips for those who really want their children to enter the family business.