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Beloved By Customers, Yet Mostly Flawed: Three Things Rankings Get Wrong
Rankings are loved and feared, yet the methodology behind many rankings - if not most - remains elusive and lacks scientific grounding, writes Ben Voyer in Forbes.
Investors do care about firm's regulated carbon emissions
Houdou Basse Mama and Rahel Mandaroux's study examines how stock markets respond to companies' efforts to limit their carbon emissions and suggests ways to further enlist investors in the fight agains...
The Right to Disconnect
Better labor policy and remote work legislation can help meet the needs of people and organizations, explain Emmanuelle Léon and her co-authors in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
ESCP Business School ranks 3rd in the latest Financial Times European Business School ranking
ESCP Business School has been ranked 3rd among the top 95 European institutions in the Financial Times annual ‘European Business School’ ranking.
Ebook - The Choice
2022 A Year-in-Review
From the office floor to the political arena, 2022 was not short of challenges causing us to question what it means to be a business leader today. Download “Year in Review” from our media “The Choice”
How to fight corruption most effectively? By carefully studying the context
The World Cup underway in Qatar only confirms that “corruption can cost you your livelihood, your rights, your health, your freedom and sometimes even your life” (Transparency International). Maral Mu...
TURNING POINTS CHAIR
Welcome to our new content curators! Cohort 2022-2023
A new task force of trend spotters, and opinion seekers
Employee agility: what it entails and how to nurture it
Katharina Salmen and Marion Festing bring conceptual clarity to the issue of agility, and identify ways in which human resource practices can help foster it.