Global Voice magazine #16, Christmas 2020 now on download. 113 pages, 17 articles and 28 contributors on CSR, IT, sustainability, management, inclusivity, employee wellness and entrepreneurship.
The Christmas 2020 issue of Global Voice magazine and a message from Prof. Adrian Zicari, Executive Director of the Council on Business & Society.
Prof. Ed Freeman of UVA Darden School of Business presents the key primers behind business in the New Normal.
Prof. and Deputy Dean Aarti Ramaswami, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, draws on her research with Prof. Vesa Peltokorpi of Saitama University to explore how the impact of abusive management on employees’ wellbeing can be tamed – or not.
Why does entrepreneurship policy matter? And how can policies make or break the entrepreneurial spirit? Tales Andreassi and Éder Danilo Bezerra of FGV-EAESP propose a set of recommendations for facilitating entrepreneurship in Brazil and giving it pace.
Why does entrepreneurship policy matter? And how can policies make or break the entrepreneurial spirit? In part two of this feature, Profs. Tales Andreassi and Éder Danilo Bezerra of FGV-EAESP and their fellow co-researchers propose a set of recommendations for facilitating entrepreneurship in Brazil.
Kim Hoque, Prof. of HRM and Dir. of the IRRU at Warwick Business School, draws on his research and work into disability inclusion to provide a 9-step checklist for effective development and roll out of disability policy for your company or organisation.
Profs. Ioana Lupu, Bernard Leca and Mayra Ruiz-Castro research the effects of long working hours on employee behavior and wellness.
The Contested Commons and the Jemna Oasis case: Prof. Rachida Justo, IE Business School, probes the friction between traditional rights, ethical considerations and a country’s regulatory framework.
Prof. Rachida Justo, IE Business School: Contested commons and the case of the Jemna Oasis, Tunisia.