How business leaders can bolster cybersecurity in the face of a cyber threat.
Prof. Vincent Smith discusses a column in The Economist saying ‘Polexit’ is unlikely but missing a few points, including recovery from Covid in Hungary and the impact of the war in Ukraine.
Lesson #1 from my last 30 months of co-founding companies: the business you create must make sense to your Founder-Market Fit (or Human-Market Fit). This will be a determining factor for your company’s success and your personal fulfillment.
Luca Osvaldo Uccello, Corporate Social Responsibility Officer at United Nations Global Compact*, French Local Network, and an alumnus of ESCP Business School, shares his take on where businesses stand with the SDGs today.
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…
Contrary to what one might think, learning is a continuous process that lasts all of our lives and is not limited to our youngest years. To understand how companies can foster a positive learning culture, we called upon the expertise of Sara Scapinello, People & Organization Development Director at Lavazza, and ESCP’s Simon Mercado.
It might seem as if the world has thought of little else but the pandemic over the past year, but that is not the case. Sustainability is still very much top of the agenda for businesses.
A tool by itself is useless. It takes a person to make the most out of it. Artificial intelligence as it stands today is nothing more than a tool.
Prof. Frédéric Jallat analyses President Joe Biden’s support to wave off intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines, and what it says about world geopolitics.