Julie Battilana and Anne-Claire Pache, professors at Harvard Business School and ESSEC Business School, emphasize the necessity for a major cultural change to enable companies to combine a social and environmental mission.
Prof. Viviane de Beaufort shares the results of her research on gender diversity and diversity of origin on corporate boards in France.
Prof. Mario Aquino Alves, FGV-EAESP, calls for promoting diversity of language and knowledge in an increasingly globalized world.
Prof. Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School, explores how VAS can be used as a practical and low-cost CSR reporting tool.
Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC Business School, focuses on how imagination and transdisciplinarity can transform education.
Prof. Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School, and Luis Perera Aldama, PwC, look into an innovative use of Value-added Reporting in CSR.
The impact of technology on employees in Japan
In a two-part article Hirokazu Kono, Professor of Industrial Engineering and Production Management and former Dean of Keio Business School, Japan, explores the human-or-machine question and contends that, paradoxically, imperfection has a reassuring future.
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Hamid Bouchikhi, Dean of Solbridge, former Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, pulls no punches in the debate on employee well-being.