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Professionals Need to Keep Their Skills Fresh. Will They Turn to Higher Ed?
Andreas Kaplan writes about the future of higher education and academia, and the ways universities can stay relevant for lifelong learners.
In art as in entrepreneurship, creation is nothing without destruction
Anybody can have an idea. Prof. Sylvain Bureau explains that what really matters is the capacity to destroy in order to bring your ideas to life.
Canada should tax bank debt, instead of bank equity
Prof. Michael Troege and his co-author explain in the Toronto Star why the Liberal party's plan to raise corporate taxe rate on large bank and insurance companies is a step in the wrong direction.
Industry is better prepared for the post-crisis era
Even if it has been affected in an unprecedented way by the Covid-19 crisis, the industrial sector has shown a remarkable ability to adapt, explains professor Géraldine Galindo.
A case about how to accelerate the adoption and use of smart home devices
The real case study written by Profs. Violette Bouveret & Sandrine Macé aims at illustrating how a major insurer could develop its presence in the smart home market and create valuable offerings of sm...
Improving management through the principles of permaculture
Drawing on the ethics of sustainable agriculture, ESCP Business School Profs. and alumni explore how managers could enable employees to unleash their potential and improve productivity.
The countries ranking highest for digital competitiveness
Prof. Philip Meissner writes about the new Digital Riser Report from the European Center for Digital Competitiveness, which highlights what can be learned from the best and analyses the political meas...
Time to reimagine how we lead virtual teams during and post-Covid-19
Prof. Petros Chamakiotis’s research on the topic shows what e-leaders can do to make their teams sustainable and high-performing.