Non-profits and Communities: Prof. Liliana Gelabert urges a rethink of policy, management and the great challenges.
In a two-part feature, Prof Liliana Gelabert, IE Business School, sheds light on what makes welfare-oriented non-profits effective for communities in the fight against income inequality.
ESSEC Business School Profs Veronica Casarin, Bernard Leca, Stefan Linder, and Adrian Zicari unveil their research into the ethical aspects of management control systems (MCS) and their impact on employee health and behaviour.
The current COVID-19 driven global healthcare crisis, the eventual impact of which is not yet within sight, calls for collective sense making. Beyond the immediate solutions for now, we also have to assess what the aftermath of this crisis might look like. An article by Profs. Tanusree Jain, Trinity Business School, Concepción Galdón, IE Business School, Mario Aquino Alves, FGV-EAESP, Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School.
Edgard Barki and Clémence Vignal Lambret explore handling online media crises using emotional intelligence
Research into surgical teams that saves on time and saves more lives
Surgical teams and boosting the team performance of our new heroes post-Covid.
Prof. Concepción Galdón calls for corporate Leaders to rise to the challenge for the good of society and business in the light of the pandemic.
Fossil fuels, Covid-19 and the energy sector, geopolitics, coal, renewables, solar energy, wind energy, shale gas, natural gas, Council on Business & SocietyMichael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School, digs into what a post-pandemic world will mean for fossil fuel energy geographies
Prof. Junye Li demystifies the connection between bank credit risk and sovereign risk through his research and analysis of the previous crunch.