In October, November and December, The Choice highlighted quite a few professors and PhD candidates’ expertise. Here is a selection.
1. Article of the moment
How can sport inspire managers to stimulate collective intelligence?
With ESCP expert Christophe Inzirillo
With the Rugby World Cup in September 2023 and the 2024 Olympic Games to be hosted in Paris, sports are top of mind in the French capital.Read More
2. More Top Stories
Florian Lüdeke-Freund and Klaus Fichter define a specific type of business model — the impact business model — and what to keep in mind when developing it & measuring the impact.
Philip Meissner and Yusuke Narita show how AI will change decision-making and what effects this will have on competitiveness.
Davide Sola offers strategies that entrepreneurs can adopt to secure funding in this evolving economic environment, all while becoming more resource-efficient in the face of constraints in funding availability.
3. Too Long; Didn't Read
Louis-David Benyayer comments on a NYT story about elite distance runners and explains why deliberately ignoring data could actually take you a long way.
4. In case you missed it
Queer leadership: LGBTQI+ people still overwhelmingly absent from corporate boards
Although LGBTQI+ people certainly enjoy greater career opportunities than their peers a few decades ago, it is exceedingly rare to see them on corporate boards.
AI: Who will win on this new geopolitical battleground?
Hao (Howard) Zhong takes a close look at the four key resources driving technological – and ultimately, geopolitical – advances.
Aligning brand values: How to navigate brand-event partnerships in the era of sustainability
The road to successful brand-event partnerships requires careful navigation, but the rewards for those who get it right can be significant. Isabella Maggioni offers advice.
Do you know how to cope with inflation as a manager?
Frédéry Fréry comments on the current situation regarding inflation and gives tips on how to deal with it.
How sustainable innovation is reshaping industry
To delve deeper into sustainable innovation, we turned to Robert Sheldon.