Student voice: Kunal Ganorkar, ESSEC Business School, draws on his experience to open the debate on e-learning versus traditional schooling.
Adjusting to The New Normal: COVID-19 and higher education institutions
Global Voice magazine #15: 100 pages of insights on CSR, leadership, management, healthcare, business education, entrepreneurship and social enterprise
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.
Dear Readers, A warm hello from all of us in the CoBS Editorial team and a big thank you for continuing to log onto the website and blog in these […]
School of Management Fudan University, China’s leading business school, steps into primary and secondary education, helping teachers and pupils in the rural mountain region of Huoqiu with the 5th Young […]
Yann Kerninon, Head of the Field Experience at ESSEC Business School Career Services, shares the story of an innovative student learning experience working at grass-roots level and for the common […]
Engaging ESSEC Business School students towards responsible business Aurélien Colson PhD, Professor of Political Science, and Patricia Langohr PhD, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School, reply to an interview […]
Prof. Francisco Aranha, Director of the FGV-EAESP Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, highlights the innovative INTENT initiative that prepares students to be creative, high-impact managers and drivers of change in organisations and society
A school of management as the locomotive for outstanding corporate social responsibility practices in China Prof. Qingyun Jiang, School of Management Fudan University, reveals how an educational institution can help […]