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Paris 2024: The Urban Legacy of Mega-Events, Explained in 3 Minutes
Innovation

Paris 2024: The Urban Legacy of Mega-Events, Explained in 3 Minutes

by Ingrid Nappi-Choulet

VIDEO: Professor Ingrid Nappi-Choulet, Professor of Public and Private Policy at ESSEC Business School, and Chaired Professor for the Real Estate and Sustainable Development Chair, explains what consequences the 2024 Olympics might have on the Paris landscape.

TOP RESEARCH How to Steer a Controversial Innovation Towards Acceptance -- and Success
Innovation

How to Steer a Controversial Innovation Towards Acceptance -- and Success

by Bernard Leca

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.

TOP RESEARCH On the Brink of a Breakthrough?
Innovation

On the Brink of a Breakthrough?

by Sen Chai

The next game-changing R&D discovery might be so close… yet so far. Professor Sen Chai explains how to avoid a miss in the breakthrough discovery process.

VIDEO: “Uberization” and the rise of the service economy
Innovation

VIDEO: “Uberization” and the rise of the service economy

by Xavier Pavie

Professor Xavier Pavie takes three minutes to explain the concept of of “uberization” and our changing attitudes towards ownership.

TOP RESEARCH Learn About Creativity from the World’s Top Chefs
Innovation

Learn About Creativity from the World’s Top Chefs

by Marie-Léandre Gomez

How does creativity happen in organizations? New Research by Professor Marie-Leandre Gomez looks to understand the dynamics and complexities of the creative process through the prism of the haute cuisine industry.

What role will platforms like Netflix play at the Cannes Film Festival?
Innovation

What role will platforms like Netflix play at the Cannes Film Festival?

by Serge Hayat

As new technologies, products, and channels of consumption throw the film industry into a period of transformation, will the Cannes film festival continue to be as important as it once was?

The Film Industry Can No Longer Escape its Digital Transformation
Innovation

The Film Industry Can No Longer Escape its Digital Transformation

by Judith Andres

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.

Disruptive Innovation: Good for Business, Bad for Politics
Innovation

Disruptive Innovation: Good for Business, Bad for Politics

by Hamid Bouchikhi

How Donald Trump’s Interpretation of Disruptive Innovation Might Precipitate his Downfall

The Future of Insurance with the Advent of Artificial Intelligence
Innovation

The Future of Insurance with the Advent of Artificial Intelligence

by Marie Kratz

Marie Kratz, Professor at ESSEC Business School and Director of ESSEC CREAR (Center of Research in Econo-finance and Actuarial sciences on Risk), shares her thoughts about how artificial intelligence will re-shape the actuarial profession.

The US Elections and celebrities: The ultimate trump(ed) card?
Innovation

The US Elections and celebrities: The ultimate trump(ed) card?

by Sonja Prokopec

Sonja Prokopec, Professor of Marketing at ESSEC Business School and internationally-renowned expert in consumer behavior and luxury branding, takes us into the marketing world of celebrity endorsement and voter reaction from a consumer perspective.

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