How can business schools contribute to making a difference in society?
Who lies more: business students or medical students? It depends on the type of lie. Radu Vranceanu of ESSEC Business School and Damien Besancenot of University of Paris 5 explore the question in their recent research.
ESSEC professors share their insights and expert analyses on the COVID-19 crisis.
Marie-Léandre Gomez discusses how management controllers can help with the current crisis.
Marie-Léandre Gomez explains the specificities of high-trust organizations in crisis mode, and explain how the tactical medical teams have built a crisis-mode organization.
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 is a 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 an entrepreneur is? 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". To truly understand, we have to study the key actors of the economy further.
In this age of digital disruption, enterprise innovation is more important than ever before – if not completely necessary for survival.