From political undercurrents to emerging technologies and the imperative for inclusive, action-oriented dialogue, ESCP’s Gorgi Krlev outlines the implications for businesses from this year’s Davos.
Frank Figge comments on his mention of a Chinese energy giant’s sustainability report that actually led to an article in the press.
Finnish National Opera and Ballet & FEDORA show how the lessons learned from sustainable innovation in arts and culture can be extended to other sectors of the economy.
It is time to push the limits of gamification by applying it to larger, more pressing issues, in particular, corporate environmental responsibility.
Two researchers define a specific type of business model — the impact business model — and what to keep in mind when developing it & measuring the impact.
In a world where ethics and sustainability are paramount, the road to successful brand-event partnerships requires careful navigation, but the rewards for those who get it right can be significant.
With some organisations downplaying their sustainability initiatives to avoid greenwashing, ESCP’s Julien Schmitt explains its consequences for business and society.
The student film The Spectacle of Culture reminds us of how, in a world of mass tourism, the internet, and life lived through social media and Artificial Intelligence, “culture” can come to mean something artificial and generic.
When it comes to sustainability, product innovation will only get you so far. It is time to rethink our business models.
It’s important for consumers and employees to be critical and informed when evaluating environmental claims made by companies, so we spoke with Valentin Martinie of Alerte Greenwashing for some guidance.
ESCP’s LGBT+ Leadership Programme Director Stephan Schmuck shares his advice to help allies support LGBT+ colleagues during Pride Month and beyond.
Prof. Alisa Sydow provides a three-step playbook for quantifying the costs imposed on society and the environment — information that can empower you to take positive action.