Emilie Prattico, Director of Strategy at BCG BrightHouse, and author of the book The New Corporate Climate Leadership, explores the new breed of leader the world needs in order to anticipate, avoid, accommodate, and recover from crises from now to 2030.
Stefan Gröschl, Prof. of Management at ESSEC Business School and spokesman on CSR, shares his research on ex-Puma CEO Jochen Zeitz and the journey to sustainability.
How has the pandemic impacted society and the planet? What lessons can be learnt from a past of economic recovery packages? Professor Charles Cho, Schulich School of Business, Juliette Senn, Montpellier Business School, and Madlen Sobkowiak, Birmingham Business School, offer an analysis and blueprint for social and environmental accounting to help transform the take-take to a give-give.
Profs Cavélius, Endenich and Zicari, ESSEC Business School: the role of management controllers in a corporate world of tomorrow.
He Peng, Professor of Business Administration at School of Management, Fudan University in Shanghai, looks into the question that makes the Fortune 500 companies lose an estimated $31.5bn a year by failing to share knowledge.
Prof. Dimitrios Spyridonidis, Warwick Business School, draws the lessons from the COVID-19 crisis to focus on four areas leadership needs to master in the changed landscape.
What would bring fashion brands round to achieving sustainability, gender equality and employee well-being? Syreel Mishra investigates.
Mentorship as a Disruptive Tool for Cultivating 21st Century Leaders
Four Scenarios for the Future of Global Energy. Michael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, looks at the four scenarios ahead and their impact on whether energy transition is reached – or not.
Marie-Sophie Roul, ESSEC Business School, looks at climate inaction through the normalcy lens and points to how to shift the focus to new understanding and positive action.