Professor Bernard Leca looks to the Impressionists at the turn of the last century to identify the stratégies that have successfully catapulted revolutionary innovators into the mainstream.
Management Professor Hamid Bouchikhi paints Travis Kalanick’s fall from grace as an example of the entrepreneurial Icarus Paradox.
Until now, the film industry has been more or less been able to shield itself from digital upheaval. But this year's festivals season, including Cannes, is offering us a glimpse of changes to come.
Marketing Professor Emmanuelle Le Nagard explains how ‘perceived obsolescence’ can be a double-edged sword for firms like Apple.
How Donald Trump’s Interpretation of Disruptive Innovation Might Precipitate his Downfall
Elisa Operti, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School shares her research into how firms can gain a sustainable innovation advantage by learning from other companies’ publicly-available knowledge.
In the run up to the festive period, Emmanuelle Le Nagard, Professor of Marketing and Associate Dean of Pedagogy at ESSEC Business School, takes a look at the phenomenon of programmed obsolescence from both consumer and manufacturer perspectives and offers us some insightful food for thought before Christmas.
Stefan Gröschl, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, draws upon his recently published article in The Journal of Business Ethics on developing tomorrow’s responsible leaders to propose a transformation of business schools’ curricula.