The Importance Of Business School Research With Positive Societal Impact – Lily Bi, President and CEO of AACSB
How are business schools shaping the leaders of tomorrow, and how does accreditation help support schools in their mission? Lily Bi, President and CEO of AACSB International provides an insight, and a view to the future.
Competitive Digital Innovation – Transforming Products, Processes, and Business Models to Win in the Digital Economy
We sat down with Professors Amit Basu and Steve Muylle to discuss their new book, and discover how businesses and individuals can successfully navigate a complex digital landscape.
Marshall Goldsmith loves what he does. Corporate America’s preeminent executive coach has dedicated his career to helping successful people achieve positive, lasting change and behaviour; for themselves, their people, and […]
The Editor-in-Chief of BlueSky Thinking, Matt Symonds sat down with IE Insights, the thought leadership platform published by IE University for an interview to capture his thoughts on the key […]
Welcome To Uncertainty! Surviving And Thriving In A World Of Surprises – BlueSky Bookshelf Meets Philippe Silberzahn
We sat down with Philippe Silberzahn to discuss why his new book "Welcome to Uncertainty! Surviving and Thriving in a World of Surprises" is essential reading for leaders, innovators, and those determined to harness the potential of change in an uncertain and ever-evolving landscape.
In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Reflecting on the reveal of widespread abuse of tax systems in Europe and the US by companies such as BlackRock in 2018, leading business school experts share their research and insights on how to prevent such events happening again, and how organisations and individuals can act more ethically.
Overindulging positive emotions, such as unwarranted optimism and hubris, can blind entrepreneurs to potential risks and challenges.
From their research, Dr Chowdhury and Professor Audretsch discovered who these accelerator programmes are most likely to benefit. And it isn’t such a varied group of people.