Even post-pandemic, it is likely that the ‘normal’ we all know may never return. Businesses will need to reflect on their travel policy and weigh up the costs, risks and environmental impact.
Whether young or old, people’s happiness equally benefits from certain non-economic factors. Wealth and income are important but not self-sufficient.
While the pandemic has given some companies the push they needed to adopt flexible working, much remains unanswered when it comes to employee well-being.
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.
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.
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.
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.