We know that work-life balance is important. Less known is the fact that it’s also important what you do with your life outside of work: in their recent paper, Professor Karoline Strauss and her colleagues show that spending more time on a hobby can help you feel more effective at work - and identify the specific conditions under which you can get this boost.
In a field such as entrepreneurship, which relies on perpetually moving forward, rigorous thought leadership plays a key role. However, Professor Steven Seggie argues that such rigorous thought leadership is severely lacking in the entrepreneurship domain.
In ESSEC Knowledge Review on Entrepreneurship, Fabrice Cavarretta explains how the merging of new activities is not as simple as managers of big firms tend to think. Discover how you can be aware of intrapreneurship, to keep on with the changing environment.
At the question “are cyber risks insurable”, Dr. Michael Dacorogna replied: “Is that really the question? Isn’t the real question “How are insurers going to insure it?”
Why should firms capitalize on diversity in order to achieve their outcomes?
Important insights into successfully governing value co-creation in platform ecosystems
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 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).
They say you always remember your first time especially when it comes to clicking that final, magical brick into place...
In her policy paper, Prof. Anne Jeny aims to shed light on the issue of intangible assets' recognition.