What makes CEOs choose the short-term over the long-term? ESSEC Asia-Pacific Prof. Tuck S. Chung’s research explores the factors.
Prof. Jan Ondrus, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, studies the impact of information and communication technology (ICT) on social reclusiveness
Is there an ideal type of customer review? Prof. Tuck S. Chung, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, looks at narrative reviews and the impact of the emotional journey.
Prof. Jan Ondrus, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, shares research into the Hikikomori phenomenon – the gradual withdrawal into the virtual world and behavioural extremes – and the influence of IT.
Tuck S. Chung, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, explores how data-driven personalization can beat short attention spans and lead to improved customer value.
Prof. Aarti Ramaswami: Emotional intelligence at work can not only help unlock a higher compensation but prove a crucial skill as the upheavals of 2020 and COVID increasingly highlight the need for emotionally intelligent leaders.
Purpose and business ecosystems: An Executive Summary with a focus on the research of Prof. Jan Ondrus, ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific
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. Doing good while doing bad? A near impossibility? Megha Sureshkar of ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific explores.
Prof. Cédomir Nestorovic, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, explores the amazing success of Malaysia in the Halal business sector and the rise of a small, but bullish United Arab Emirates.
Professor Srividya Jandhyala on Diplomacy and Innovation