Skills, KPIs and incentive are macro factors for project team success – so why do projects still fail? Research into Team Excellence via Task Bubbles focuses on the micro factors that may well make the difference.
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.
How Covid-19 Shows that Companies Can Play a Role in Decreasing Domestic Violence
Marc Guyot and Radu Vranceanu, Professors of Economics at ESSEC Business School, take a pragmatic look at the global warming debate and call upon stakeholders to accept a no-pain-no-gain approach. […]
A transdisciplinary approach to business education is what makes tomorrow’s aware and responsible leaders and sets students the challenge of understanding and changing the world. From an interview with Nicolas […]
Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas, Professor of Law at ESSEC Business School, shares the second of a masterclass series of articles on sustainable finance, how it fits into the notion of sustainable development […]
Hugues Bouthinon-Dumas, Professor of Law at ESSEC Business School, provides a masterclass series of articles over the coming weeks on sustainable finance, how it fits into the notion of sustainable […]
Andrea Tealdi, ESSEC Business School MiM student and runner up in the 2019 CSR change-maker competition, puts the question of migration flow under the microscope to study their impact on […]
Hiba Houmache, MiM student at ESSEC Business School, finalist in the 2019 CoBS student CSR article competition, and now Manager at ECLOR, voices out on the topic of Gender equality […]
Should companies give up maximizing their profits to do good for society? What does profit actually mean for a company in the first place? Midori Toya, ESSEC GBBA student and […]