With the post-Covid workplace under the microscope, Argyro’s expertise gives us a clearer view on the impact of our work cultures on employee well-being.
Amidst the global environmental crisis, Groupe Rocher’s CEO, Bris Rocher, has given us his vision of what it means to lead a purpose-driven company towards a goal that goes beyond mere economic success.
Big business can afford to be a force for progress in countries with hostile laws and can make a strong case. Especially as it does not harm their interests.
Our podcast host Professor Ben Voyer speaks with one of the most influential CEOs in the cleantech industry right now: Lubomila Jordanova.
Erwan Lamy and Isabelle Beyneix claim that this genuine epistemic pollution, which undermines democracy and the trust necessary for the proper conduct of business, should be taken into account just like attacks on the environment and on the social climate.
How can entrepreneurs help achieve the UN SDGs? ESCP Professor Robert Sheldon discusses the implications of sustainability on your business goals.
Drawing on the experience of Pepsico and City Developments Limited, Prof. Fabrizio Granà analyses the role organizations can play in promoting and achieving the SDGs, and the potential advantages they can obtain by leveraging the interconnections between these and Integrated Reporting.
A recent McKinsey report estimates that €28 trillion will need to be invested in “clean” technologies over the next 30 years to decarbonize Europe – money that would otherwise largely go into carbon-intensive technologies. While redirecting capital in the interest of environmental protection is a supportable approach, McKinsey’s report continues to advocate the logic of…
The workplace of today is greener than ever. So, how important is an environmental mindset for the future of work?
For Prof. Daniela Lup, inclusive practices for hiring and promoting neurodiverse talent can bolster creativity and innovation.
Companies are increasingly faced with religious demands at a global level. Prof. Géraldine Galindo and her co-author assess the tools that corporations have been trying to design in order to address this sensitive issue.