Jean-Sébastien Simon, ESSEC Business School, closes the series of eight features on Conscious Business with a focus on conscious processes as a key to sustainability
Prof Marianna Fotaki, Warwick Business School, and co-researchers explore spirituality and business – does spirituality increase the overall efficiency in an organization or are they two mutually exclusive fields?
Ivan Berni Jr., FGV-EAESP, takes perspective on the Covid-19 crisis for companies, leaders and employees and contends that leaders must show proof of balance and mindfulness.
For a Pragmatic Approach to Social Impact Assessment: Professors Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC Business School Philanthropy Chair, Greg Molecke, University of Exeter Business School, and Researcher Eléonore Delanoë, contend that we need to focus on what organisations need and what they can actually do if we want impact assessments to truly drive development and increase impact.
Since the 1940s, the United States has had a clear lead in commercializing their scientific research. Professors Kazuhiro Asakawa of Keio Business School and Mark Lehrer of Suffolk University explore this phenomenon through the examples of Japan and Germany as they play catch up.
What is prosperity? For many – and for many-a-year – prosperity has been connected to the notion of the accumulation of financial wealth. But what if we had missed the essential understanding of this word? Jean-Sébastien Simon, High Performance Coach and Lecturer in Conscious Business at ESSEC Business School, contends that prosperity can be seen in a different light as an integral part of Conscious Business.
Professors Anastasios Elemes, ESSEC Business School, and Jeff Zeyun Chen, Neeley School of Business, put the spotlight on auditing firms’ donations and their clients’ political connections to research the influence these might have on accounting practice.
Insights from Italian Businesses Aligning to the Needs of the Community during the Pandemic
CEO Farid Baddache and Raphaël Hara of Ksapa provide a timely and much needed insight into understanding Triple Capital Accounting – from a briefing paper available at Ksapa publications.
The consumer-driven world is increasingly driving the blurring of lines between work and non-working hours of our youth, say Professors Maria José Tonelli, FGV-EAESP, Andrea Oltramari and Rosana Córdova, UFRGS. They deep dive into the branding strategies employed by companies to investigate how companies use youth to drive their business