Prof. Aarti Ramaswami: Emotional intelligence at work can not only help unlock a higher compensation but prove a crucial skill as the upheavals of 2020 and COVID increasingly highlight the need for emotionally intelligent leaders.
Prof. Laurence de Carlo, ESSEC Business School, and students Joaquim Martin, Thomas Nivet and Quentin Riblier look into the track record of smart cities to define a set of factors for a city to be truly smart.
Studies show that up to 70% of startups close shop after three years. So what factors lead to startup survival? Research from Prof. and Deputy Dean Tales Andreassi of FGV-EAESP opens up the insides of incubators to reveal several key factors that determine whether a startup succeeds or fails.
Maria-Eugenia Marin, General Director for International Relations, IE University, looks at COVID, the challenges to higher education and the future of student mobility.
Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School explores the crucial role corporate boards have in reducing and eventually preventing corporate social irresponsibility.
Business for the common good has never been as needed, debated and desired as now. A spotlight on Social Enterprise – challenges and opportunities in a new world context with Profs. Concepción Galdón, Sheila M. Cannon, Edgard Barki, Adrian Zicari and a successful social entrepreneur, Paula Cardenau
The true test of leadership comes during times of crisis. And it is the time for leaders to emerge and shine at the middle, the team and even more junior levels within organizations.
Chosen as PRME’s first Twitter Voice for end-August, Prof. Tanusree Jain of Trinity Business School and the Council on Business & Society: A look back at a “week that was” on responsible leadership and education.
Aïda El Kohen, MiM student at ESSEC Business School with the challenges of greenwashing: How marketing, technology and consumer pressure are ways towards truly greener behaviour and shared benefit
July 2020: A thank you to the readers of the Council on Business & Society CoBS Insights