As consumers and investors embrace sustainability, companies are often keen to shout about their green moves. But doing so is risky, requiring a strategic approach.
Nature lover and entrepreneur Valérie Thobois helps small to medium enterprises (SMEs) integrate sustainability into their activities.
While taking a public stance can be risky, staying silent is no longer an option. To help companies weigh in effectively, we spoke to ESCP expert Laetitia Mimoun.
The debate about ESG investing has been hovering around the fringes of American politics for a while. What are the implications for businesses?
As trust in government institutions has weakened, the expectations of business leaders have soared. How can businesses can use this trust for good?
ESCP Affiliate Professor of Governance, Law & Leadership Dr. Daniel Perlzweig explains how businesses can take concrete steps to protect human rights, particularly with the help of a human rights officer
Anne-France Mariacher comments on the latest edition of the Circularity Gap Report, which according to her shows we need to start rethinking our consumption and business models.
Jo Bautista dives deeper into social entrepreneurship, and how she combines art and business for positive impact.
Monoprix’s CSR director sheds light on the French retail chain’s journey toward sustainability, as well as her own.
Expert on management of diversity and inclusion in organisations, Lena Knappert shares her insights on the best way to provide support for refugees and migrants in the workplace.
How can we ensure that AI development is fair, when the algorithms at its core are designed with biases? Profs. Lorena Blasco-Arcas and Hsin-Hsuan Meg Lee propose to a human-centred view for the design of specific frameworks and regulatory systems.