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“[The Council's] Global Voice – yet another boring think tank, you might say? Not at all! The content is professional, exhaustive and explained. The tone is interesting, certain articles are wittily pitched and the style is fluid. Highly recommended!”

Nicolas Berrou, Business-cool.com

A quarterly-issue print and digital magazine, Global Voice, features articles from the faculty and corporate partner experts of seven of the world’s leading schools of business and management: ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, IE Business School, Keio Business School, Trinity College Dublin Business School and Warwick Business School. Guest experts and faculty from other prestigious institutions are also featured on a regular basis.

 

It's mission: Offer articles with a difference and for a common cause – inform and educate tomorrow’s responsible business leaders, managers, policy-makers, educators, students and key opinion leaders and bring business to the service of the common good. 

Global Voice offers a unique international perspective providing research-driven insights, opinion, knowledge and practical tips.

 

This spring 2022 issue of the Council on Business & Society’s quarterly magazine contains 96 pages of research and opinion-based articles featured in two sections – Business, Society and Leadership & Management. Faculty, practitioner and student articles provide the bread and butter of this issue, with topics covering big data and customer value, how to manage remote working, designing mentorship programmes, greening up supply chains with circular economy, non-financial social and environmental disclosure, and a spotlight on smart cities in Japan among others.   

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Welcome to Global magazine #21 – Out of the Tin Can

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Global Voice #21 contents page. Faculty, practitioner and student articles provide the bread and butter of this issue, with topics covering big data and customer value, how to manage remote working, designing mentorship programmes, greening up supply chains with circular economy, non-financial social and environmental disclosure, and a spotlight on smart cities in Japan among others.
Contributors 
Tuck S Chung, Tanusree Jain, Louis Brennan, David Allen, Peng He, Chris Bell, Maciej Workiewicz, Laura McDermott, Alexandra Zografou, Brian Kaitano, Simone Sehnem, Farid Baddache, Frederik Dahlmann, Charles Cho, Alexis de La Tour Du Pin, Mihoko Sakurai, JIRO KOKURYO, Lee Newman, Yu Sakasume, Adrian Zicari, Richard McCracken, Tom Gamble, Melissa Guillou ,
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