Thousands of young people living in one of the most deprived areas of France are set to benefit from efforts to improve youth outreach activities. Elise Leclerc, Director of the Social Impact Measurement and Evaluation Lab at ESSEC Business School, shares a newly developed tool to measure and improve the success of charities supporting at-risk youth.
A streak of rebellion gets you far: advisor to the UN, social entrepreneur and spokeswoman on women’s rights and societal issues, Fiza Farhan, Warwick Business School Alumna, tells her story
How to Assess the Social Impact of your AI Strategy: Luciano Oviedo, Founder and CEO of tech start-up Tempugo WAITX, and Prof. Sotirios Paroutis of Warwick Business School, share the why, what and how of their innovative Social Impact Strategy Analysis (SISA) tool.
Prof. Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School, Executive Director, Council on Business & Society and Dan LeClair PhD, CEO of the Global Business School Network with a long, hard, and inspiring look at the future of business education and its inevitable change.
Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, polls students from Singapore and France to look the future squarely in the face and see the world in 2050. In this first feature, Singapore.
How to breathe new life into education and foster student capacity for imagination & innovation? Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC APAC, explores.
Aditya Singh, Professor and Director at Athena School of Management, India, provides an insight into the digital transformation in India and its effect on people and business, the fight against poverty, and its increasing role in education.
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.
ESSEC GMBA Alumna Megha Sureshkar, Sustainability Market Researcher at Living Labs Federation, contends that extractive companies may be far from perfect, but nothing is impossible if the industry lets go of its conventional way of thinking and sets the pace for change with consumers leading the way.