ARTICLES WITH TAG: management

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HR MANAGEMENT: WHY NOT JUST FLIP A COIN?
Leadership

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HR MANAGEMENT: WHY NOT JUST FLIP A COIN?

by Valery Yakubovich

In his recent publication, Valery Yakubovich identifies four challenges in using data science techniques in HR practices and proposes practical responses to these challenges

On Kojève, the European Union and the Role ESSEC Business School Has to Play
Leadership

On Kojève, the European Union and the Role ESSEC Business School Has to Play

by Laurent Bibard

On June 7 and 8, Laurent Bibard, professor of management and philosophy, went to a conference held in the European Parliament, devoted to the philosopher Alexandre Kojève (1902 – 1968).

Amazon vs. Fnac-Darty: Why Brick-And-Click Retailers Are Winning?
Strategy

Amazon vs. Fnac-Darty: Why Brick-And-Click Retailers Are Winning?

by Olivier Fourcadet

They say you always remember your first time especially when it comes to clicking that final, magical brick into place...

On accounting, digital economy and intangible assets’ recognition
Economy & Finance

On accounting, digital economy and intangible assets’ recognition

by Anne Jeny

In her policy paper, Prof. Anne Jeny aims to shed light on the issue of intangible assets' recognition.

Daily creativity at work: source of well-being and performance
Leadership

Daily creativity at work: source of well-being and performance

by Annick Ancelin-Bourguignon

Great source of meaning for employees, creativity is profitable not only for them but also for the organization.

Intelligence: natural vs artificial?
Leadership

Intelligence: natural vs artificial?

by Maurice Thévenet

Management requires intelligence, a capacity to understand, link things up and act.