n part 2 of Prof. Viviane de Beaufort’s feature article on women and their road to professional fulfilment: A focus on career obstacles facing women and how to surmount them.
In a two-part feature, Prof. Viviane de Beaufort, Director of the European Center for law and Economics and Women ESSEC programmes, joins battle to focus on the barriers to knock down for women seeking fulfilment in the world of work.
To make serendipity happen, there are two ways open – ‘spiritual’ serendipity which relies on mindset and belief; and ‘scientific’ serendipity, an approach used by engineers, scientists and alike to stumble upon new paths, breakthroughs and new innovations
Prof. Ingrid Nappi, Public and Private Policy Department, Chaired Professor of the Real Estate and Sustainable Development Chair at ESSEC Business School, shares her work on the city of the 21st century with her publication Greening up the City: Challenges for real estate.
Serendipity is the art of unexpected and happy discovery. Being aware of it and having the right mindset to make it happen helps ideas occur, teams to innovate and entrepreneurship to flourish. There are two main ways of encountering serendipity – ‘spiritual’ and ‘scientific’. Are you ready to let serendipity happen? Taking a break from our usual CSR-related content, try the first of two self-assessments and see!
Download the special Global Voice focus on business and social enterprise in Brazil.
Sébastien Bencherqui, ESSEC Alumnus, Entrepreneur, CEO and Founder of Bubblz, shares his entrepreneurial adventure.
Download the special Global Voice issue on gender equality.
Prof. Kevyn Yong, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, shares Part 2 of his research into how creativity differs across cultures and provides a framework for how managers working internationally can boost creativity and innovation.