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Professor of leadership at ESCP Europe, Isaac Getz talks about the theme of his book, Leadership without Ego, a concept that requires creating an environment in which others can act, which implies putting oneself at their service and therefore subordinating oneself to the lowest paid employees in the company.
GETZ Isaac - ESCP Business School |
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Prof. Ghislain Deslandes proposes a reading that allows us to reinvent our collective imagination, to reintroduce a philosophical work to better face the challenges of the future.
DESLANDES Christian - ESCP Business School |
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While Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is recognized as having a variety of national meanings and practices, research has not sufficiently explored how multinationals simultaneously achieve globally integrated CSR and its local adaptation.
ACQUIER Aurélien - ESCP Business School |
CARBONE Valentina - ESCP Business School |
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Interview with Marion Festing, Scientific Director of ESCP Europe’s Chair in intercultural Management, which stems from the desire shared by Groupe Renault and ESCP Europe to propose a privileged place for learning and expertise on matters related to intercultural management.
FESTING Marion; - ESCP Business School |
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Drawing on a sample of large listed European firms, Professor Stefan Schmid showed in an article published in the Journal of World Business that various dimensions of Americanization (Americanization of the CEO, of the firm and of the industry) can be associated with higher CEO pay levels in Europe, and that Americanization can have an even stronger effect on pay when the CEO is powerful.
ABECASSIS-MOEDAS Céline - ESCP Business School |
SCHMID Stefan - ESCP Business School |
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Prof. Dr. Andreas Kaplan (Advisory Board – European Management Journal) characterizes Europe as “embracing maximum cultural diversity at minimal geographical distances” and defines European Management as a “cross-cultural, societal management approach based on interdisciplinary principles”. European management thus requires cultural intelligence, social sensibility, and high adaptability to contextual diversity.
KAPLAN Andreas - ESCP Business School |
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In a video inspired by the impact paper he wrote for ESCP Business School's "Managing a Post-Covid19 Era" series, Professor Régis Coeurderoy explains that we can of course discuss the virtues of de-globalization, but we must remain aware of one thing: if such a movement were to be unleashed in a major way, it is first and foremost European companies that would suffer the most.
COEURDEROY Régis - ESCP Business School |
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ESCP Europe Professor Stefan Schmid and Ph.D. graduate Dennis J. Wurster demonstrated that conflicting interests exist between high potentials who consider an international career and multinational corporations (MNCs) that should thus rethink the policies in place.
SCHMID Stefan - ESCP Business School |
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Professor Marion Festing, the Academic Director of ESCP’s Intercultural Management Excellence Centre and Talent Management Institute, as well as the Scientific Director of the Renault Chair in Intercultural Management and the Chairholder of the Human Resource Management and Intercultural Leadership chair, presents the serious game developed by the school.
FESTING Marion; - ESCP Business School |