Caroline Ferrari, French Ambassador to Denmark, discusses one of the most famous words in Danish, Hygge. And looks at how this philosophy of well-being can be a source of inspiration today.
Prof. Isabella Maggioni discusses the ongoing stream of research investigating how key aspects of the shopping experience impact shoppers’ overall sense of well-being and contribute to their quality of life.
Old management methods no longer work. By 2025, roughly 75% of the global workforce will be Millennials; in other words, a major force to be reckoned with.
Keep learning, whatever your age or previous experience. That’s the view of Chadi Saba, an oncologist working in one of the leading pharmaceutical companies. At 46, he has just received an Executive MBA Global Track from ESCP and ESA Beirut.
When social procurement supports the same cause as that of corporate activism, it can complement such movements by creating authenticity and greater impact.
For Isaac Getz, some companies have been able to create the conditions for a good life by changing the nature of relations between employees, not by introducing perks or wellness programmes.
Around the world, Malene Rydahl shares her expertise on happiness, well-being & performance in business. For The Choice, she discusses how to approach these topics in 2021.
Though the “reverse” supply chain is nothing new for business, are our supply chains truly equipped for a circular economy?
Between the pandemic lockdown and social unrest, 2020 was an important year for social media. For The Choice, Michael Haenlein, Professor of Marketing at ESCP, looks at the past year and future challenges of social media platforms.
Can you imagine the future of Black Friday after Covid-19? For The Choice, BearingPoint UK Partner, Stuart Higgins looks at how retailers can meet online demand while making a profit.
The concepts of sustainability seem to apply easily to certain disciplines, like supply chain management. But what about in corporate finance?
Sustainability has become a key driver for a university’s reputation. Yet, “teaching sustainability as well as further societal skills, will not be enough,” says Andreas Kaplan, Dean of ESCP Berlin.
Do you find yourself asking, what exactly IS the circular economy? Take a “Look’Around” the subject with a collection of articles from the ESCP Deloitte Chair.
At only age 22, Elias is committed to decrypting some of society’s most daunting questions, from economics to the evolution of the pandemic. Some might call him a “disseminator of knowledge.”
Working to reduce risks & adapt our society to better control our collective destiny in the next 10, 20 or 30 years is necessary, exciting, and a source of many professional opportunities. Learn how.
As the link between consumers & producers, agri-food leaders have the potential to encourage collective action for a more sustainable food model. Interview with Bel’s Sustainability Director Elodie Parre
“Finance and sustainability are a necessary choice from an environmental, social and governance point of view”
For The Choice, BNP Paribas Head of Corporate Engagement Mauro Bombacigno explains how banks play a key role in promoting sustainable finance.
On World Climate Day, Thomas Friang, founder of L’Institut Open Diplomacy, reviews for The Choice current policies for sustainability.
Impact entrepreneurship does not seem to be a new trend or a new phenomenon but a way of doing business that we already know from our history. And we need it now more than ever.
Before selecting your next corporate innovation tool, answer these three questions. Without some introspection on your corporate innovation objectives, you risk chasing the newest trends and not getting the bang for your buck.
AI & chatbot technology are essential tools for a personalized, seamless experience, including in higher education.
From a highly successful banking career to the unknown land of entrepreneurship, an ex-Executive Director at Goldman Sachs shares his key success factors.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many entrepreneurs to close up shop, these young business leaders inspire us to see business closure not as a failure but a springboard to new opportunities.
Even with the best will of the world, everybody needs a little help to reach their goals. That’s where mentorship can step in. To mark Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, The Choice met Julia Stadler, co-founder of Femstory, a company that provides mentoring to young businesswomen. At only 28, she already has a unique insight into the opportunities and challenges facing young women in the corporate world.
Can being a manager and being yourself go hand in hand? We think so! Better yet, it could make you a more successful leader.
Student or Entrepreneur . . . why not both? ESCP alumnus and Founder of Clay, Christoph Koenig knew exactly what lied ahead of him after graduation this year: growing his business.
Deciding to change your job or your company is never easy. And it’s even harder if you are running the company. Monique Chézalviel, Executive Advisor at LHH ICEO France, provides senior managers with advice and support for their career strategies.
For platform.sh, the end-to-end web hosting service founded in 2014, homeworking has been a part of their DNA since nearly day one. Co-founder and CEO Frédéric Plais explains the reasons behind this pioneering choice.
We cannot predict exactly what the future of work will look like. So rather than fruitlessly attempting to determine what jobs lie ahead, we’ve applied an alternative approach to identify the essential skills of future leadership.
Mélanie Marcel is an engineer, neuroscientist and entrepreneur. In 2012, she decided to create SoScience, a company that promotes responsible research – the kind that makes a positive impact on daily life, in both social and environmental terms.
While at ESCP, Hugo Bazin and Simon Robain had the idea of developing a reservation platform for travel. In launching Tictactrip, the two co-founders quickly realised that their success depended on seizing every opportunity that came their way.