Stefan Gröschl, ESSEC Business School, focuses on developing tomorrow’s responsible leaders to propose a transformation of business schools’ curricula.
Asia remains one of the most attractive regions in the world for international business. As its population and their buying power grow together, political, cultural and economic forces align to perpetually reveal new opportunities. By Professor Cedomir Nestorovic, ESSEC Asia-Pacific.
Junko Takagi, Professor of Management and Chair of Leadership and Diversity at Council member ESSEC Business School, looks into the diversity and inclusion issue and links the US election result to lessons firms can draw upon.
Professors Estefania Santacreu-Vasut and François Longin investigate the influence of gender stereotypes on investors’ financial decisions.
Prof. Hamid Bouchikhi, Director of the ESSEC Impact Entrepreneurship Center, asserts that for an African entrepreneurial area to materialize requires in-depth work with the younger generations.
Prof. Hamid Bouchikhi of ESSEC Business School, puts the spotlight on the effort Moroccan companies are undertaking regarding energy efficiency and diversification and draws several lessons for a greater involvement of companies and citizens in other areas of focus regarding sustainable development.
In the light of the US election campaign and the diversity issues it has raised, Viviane de Beaufort, Professor at ESSEC Business School, Co-Director of the European Center for Law and Economics and Academic Director of the Program “Women in Entrepreneurship”, shares her research into women and their relationship with power
Aarti Ramaswami, Deputy Dean of ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific and Academic Director of the ESSEC Global MBA, shares a video on how to make the most of international work experiences to boost your career.
Cécile Renouard, Director of the research programme CODEV – companies and Development within ESSEC IRENE, shares her in-the-field research with multinationals to map out a strategy to address the sometimes divergent interests of business and ethics and propose a way forward for the transformation of business models.
Organisations are increasingly looking for their employees to be proactive – to show initiative in their work and contribute to positive change. But how can organizations increase proactivity in their workforce? Can employees be trained to be more proactive? ESSEC Prof. Karoline Strauss aims to answer this question in her research.