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The four conditions for effective climate philanthropy. Professor Arthur Gautier and researcher Eléonore Delanoë of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, together with Dr. Charles SellenPhiLab UQAM, write on the potential roads philanthropy can take towards supporting the green transition and what it can do to maximize its impact.

The emotion pills we are all unknowingly taking. Lee Newman, Dean of IE Business School and Professor of Behavioral Science and Leadership, explores how we can recognize negative and send out positive emotions in our work and daily lives.  

The 4 conditions for effective climate philanthropy. Professor Arthur Gautier and researcher Eléonore Delanoë of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, together with Dr. Charles Sellen, PhiLab UQAM, write on the potential roads philanthropy can take towards supporting the green transition and what it can do to maximize its impact.
The emotion pills we are all unknowingly taking. Lee Newman, Dean of IE Business School and Professor of Behavioral Science and Leadership, explores how we can recognize negative and send out positive emotions in our work and daily lives.  

Why big firms are rarely toppled by scandals. Why do many corporate gaffes and scandals cause only a slight blip in sales and reputations? Professor Irina SurduWarwick Business School, explores the impact of the courts and customers.

Sweeping with the enemy: Coopetition as a strategy for a better world. Doctor Jako Volschenk, senior lecturer in Strategy & Sustainability at Stellenbosch Business School, recently published a study on “The value implications of coopetition”. We interviewed him for the CoBS Mag.

Why big firms are rarely toppled by scandals. Why do many corporate gaffes and scandals cause only a slight blip in sales and reputations? Professor Irina Surdu, Warwick Business School, explores the impact of the courts and customers.
Sweeping with the enemy: Coopetition as a strategy for a better world. Doctor Jako Volschenk, senior lecturer in Strategy & Sustainability at Stellenbosch Business School, recently published a study on “The value implications of coopetition”. We interviewed him for the CoBS Mag.

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