The anniversary issue of Global Voice magazine now available
A warm welcome to this high summer issue which marks the launch of Global Voice magazine exactly two years ago. This issue – number 10 – is significant in the sense that it includes contributions from our schools’ students alongside those of our faculty. A special mention must be made to these unique young talents from the various schools in the Council – student winners, runners-up and finalists of the Council on Business & Society student CSR article writing competition, 2019. Not only do they offer a very relevant voice on today’s burning issues of migrant flow and innovation, gender equality and enterprise for the common good, their writing style and argumentation are impeccable.
Issue #10 also features cutting-edge research made practical from the international faculty of ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, and Warwick Business School. Features include how to ethically deploy AI in human resource management, how jazz may provide inspiration and insight into modern leadership, East-West management practices, and effective talent management.
The magazine will hopefully accompany you throughout the summer months and your well-deserved holidays to September and our next quarterly issue. Enjoy your reading!
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Kind regards and enjoy your reading,
Associate Director, Global Voice Editor, Council on Business & Society
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