Should companies give up maximizing their profits to do good for society? What does profit actually mean for a company in the first place? Midori Toya, ESSEC GBBA student and […]
Dr. Na Fu, Prof. of Human Resource Management at Trinity Business School, explores the specific nature of professional service firms and how high-impact HR bundles catalyze their success. By Tom […]
Srividya Jandhyala, Associate Professor of Management and expert in international business and public policy at ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, draws on her keynote address at the 2019 India Conference on […]
Dear Readers, Welcome and a warm hello to you all. The Council on Business & Society blog has met with quite a bit of success this year and we’re delighted […]
As the world follows the future of Blockchain with expectation, Prof. Markos Zachariadis from Warwick Business School argues why we might be in for a rough ride. By CoBS Editor […]
With the increase of large-scale projects in Brazil, researchers Aron Belinky and Livia Menezes Pagotto of the GVces Center for Sustainability at FGV-EAESP share a guide for companies on how to generate shared value from the full protection of children and adolescents.
Solène Eveillard, ESSEC MiM student and finalist of the CoBS 2019 CSR article competition, researches the economic facts and figures to prove that gender equality brings prosperity not only for […]
Take away 4 issues of cutting-edge research made practical Things are underway here at the CoBS to assemble and produce the Christmas issue #12 of our quarterly and specials magazine […]
Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School, Trinity College, Dublin, and chair of the Centre for Research on Self-Employment (CRSE) shines a light on the immense value of the growing freelancer “project economy”.
Can’t get your team’s consensus on anything lately? It could be a good sign. Maja Korica, Warwick Business School, sheds light on how differences and inclusivity in organisations can improve their performance – in more ways than one.