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.
Entrepreneurship seems to be the trending topic and we constantly hear in the medias about success stories of famous people such as Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates, among many others. But do we really know what is an entrepreneur? It seems that opinions on the subject are as many as the reasons that make an entrepreneur successful. The word "entrepreneurship" comes from the French verb "entreprendre" which means "to undertake". Therefore, we have to study further those key actors of the economy.
François Longin, Professor of Finance, and Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, Associate Professor of Economics, present the Gender & Finance project
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).
In this age of digital disruption, enterprise innovation is more important than ever before – if not completely necessary for survival.
Great source of meaning for employees, creativity is profitable not only for them but also for the organization.
Researchers Radu Vranceanu and Karine Laminraud offer lessons from a controlled experiment.
The attributes of a manager in the luxury sector reflect the very uniqueness of the luxury industry paradox: the long-term versus the ephemeral, the creator versus profit, local heritage versus global reach. Prof. Ashok Som looks into the special alchemy required for managers in the luxury sector.