Cécile Renouard, Director of the ‘Companies and Development’ (CODEV) research programme at the ESSEC IRENE institute, talks about her newly published book and contends that a profound re-shaping of how we see the company’s purpose is required for the common good to progress.
Professor and Executive Director of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair Arthur Gautier looks into the increasing influence of philanthropy in France and poses the question whether it is understood by those holding the power of decision.
French youth and awareness of entrepreneurship
Christian Koenig and Tom Gamble cover the question of how a vision is created, how to roll it out and its impact on people, organisations and the wider environment.
n this second feature dedicated to vision and the common good, Council on Business & Society’s Christian Koenig and Tom Gamble approach how vision can create purpose – a key ingredient for inspiring people to achieve not only for themselves but also for the wider benefit of teams, business, and society.
how leaders can build purpose and meaning for their teams and organisations that can benefit the wider community and the common good.
deep shifts are taking place in China’s approach to entrepreneurship. In the country’s urgently needed economic transformation, entrepreneurial spirit may play the dual role of core driving force for both business and society
For all those interested in business playing a positive part in society CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility – is on the one hand defined as a company’s responsibility towards the […]
Audrey Choi, CEO of the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, and member of President Obama’s US Community Development Advisory Board, believes big institutions have unique potential to create change […]
Pierre Guyot, VP World Wide Supply Management at John Deere, speaks about how his company uses a deep-running commitment to integrity to foster positive results for its people and its […]