Student Voice: Amid the severe and ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, how can the world return to the trajectory of sustainability? Brian Kaitano, Maseno University Kenya, explores the key role that digital technology can play.
Student voice: Kunal Ganorkar, ESSEC Business School, draws on his experience to open the debate on e-learning versus traditional schooling.
Christine Zdelar, Ding.com, and Michelle MacMahon, Trinity Business School, research how milennials have made sense of the new reality of remote working.
Prof. Karoline Strauss, ESSEC Business School, draws on her research with Sharon Parker and Deirdre O’Shea to determine if and when showing initiative might drain employees’ resources and lead to stress, and how companies can manage it.
Climate change: Will the post-pandemic world tackle it? Michael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School, and Caroline Kuzemko, Prof. of International Political Economy at Warwick University, explore the four scenarios on which positive post-COVID climate action hinges.
Council on Business & Society 2021 Student CSR Article Competition, responsible leadership, CSR, sustainability, ethics, green finance, diversity & inclusion, social entrepreneurship, digital transformation, digital divide, social accounting. ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, IE Business School, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, Warwick Business School.
Ksapa contributor Susan Winterberg, Consultant and Fellow at the Harvard Belfer Center, explores some of the challenges venture capital fund general partners, limited partners and founders face in managing ESG issues and suggests a strategic roadmap for the industry along 3 pillars.
Mission success represents the single greatest achievement for any organisation. But as nonprofits approach the end of their successful mission, the question of what will happen after looms into mind. Is closure an inevitable next step?
Guus Hendriks, former Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School and now at the University of Amsterdam, looks at the big picture of global finance and economy to focus on 5 key factors that can raise people out of the poverty trap.