Anca Metiu, Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, explores the question of whether virtual teams can achieve great results despite their distance.
Prof. Arthur Gautier, Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, explores beyond the American model of giving to uncover the diversity of innovative philanthropy models in Africa, and Asia.
Prof. Savita Shankar, Keio Business School, shares the second part of her research into how to bridge the missing middle in micro-financing.
Savita Shankar, University of Pennsylvania, formerly professor at Keio Business School, shares her research in a 2-part article on how to address the needs of millions of micro entrepreneurs who form the ‘missing middle’ as their financing needs are met by neither micro-finance institutions nor commercial banks.
The latest issue of the Council’s acclaimed Global Voice eMagazine covers April to June 2018 and features two sections: Business and Society and Management and Leadership.
Is job satisfaction enough to guarantee performance? Prof. and Deputy-Dean Tales Andreassi of FGV-EAESP shares research into the effectiveness of building good working climates to boost performance.
Hakim Fekih, Master’s in Management student at ESSEC Business School and member of the association NOISE, a student alliance dedicated to sustainability and responsible entrepreneurship, shares his insights into the various dimensions of responsible finance.