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.
Nicolas Desarnauts, ESSEC Business School Alumnus, tackles the challenges posed by anti-immigration sentiments.
Employees who take a proactive approach at work – who speak up with suggestions, try to bring about improvements, and take initiative – generally perform better, are more satisfied with their job, and progress more quickly in their career. For organizations, a proactive workforce which anticipates changes and is willing to contribute to innovation is seen as a competitive advantage. So how can companies and organisations nurture proactivity and develop an effective training policy and culture to make it happen?
Do nonprofits disappear into thin air after they achieve their missions or can they re-invent themselves? Prof. Sheila M. Cannon, Trinity Business School, explores.
Prof. Tales Andreassi, Deputy-Dean of FGV-EAESP, examines the role corporate entrepreneurship plays in reinforcing MNC international performance.
Andrea Tealdi, ESSEC Business School MiM student and runner up in the 2019 CSR change-maker competition, puts the question of migration flow under the microscope to study their impact on […]
Srividya Jandhyala, Associate Professor of Management and expert in international business and public policy at ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, draws on her keynote address at the 2019 India Conference on […]
Take away 4 issues of cutting-edge research made practical Things are underway here at the CoBS to assemble and produce the Christmas issue #12 of our quarterly and specials magazine […]
Paul Coughlan Professor in Operations Management at Trinity Business School, and Ana de Almeida Kumlien, Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin, map out a potential framework to navigate through ‘wicked’ problems.
Xiaoxiang Chen, undergraduate student at School of Management Fudan University, Fudan winner of the CoBS student article competition 2019, critically analyses the issue of migration from a China perspective.