According to AXA, digital transformation will be driven by individuals and teams
Thanks to cutting edge technology, Essilor sees a bright future for itself
At L’Oréal, CEO and CDO work hand in hand to make digital the #1 priority
The coffeeshop giant that bet everything on digital
No company can escape this technological revolution
More ethics to reduce risks, more ethics to drive business
A revolutionary change of mentality was necessary to become an honest company again
Corrupter turned collaborator, Richard Bistrong became a secret informer
To avoid incurring fines, corrupt businessmen are exposing each other
Massive new fines to punish corrupt companies
A new way for companies to serve the general interest
The agrogiant's winning strategy in Africa
"Companies make more money when they don't pollute"
Mission zero : the ambition of an idealist CEO
The success of 2.0 research is forcing R&D labs out of their ivory towers
Innovation at Procter & Gamble is no longer in the hands of its researchers.
Ben Kaufman, the young CEO of this start-up is the new guru of innovation.
Inventing a bank on a mobile phone is the work of this African service provider.
The ideas and advice of consumers is becoming increasingly important for companies.
Gender equality lives through such a slow progress
The country’s strong growth and political stability make the envy of all
Indonesia’s middle-class grows by 8 to 9 million people annually
The choice of a partner is essential in a country
Emerging countries with little infrastructure
The data war has already begun
Big Data is revolutionizing online advertising
As we speak, the world is being datafied
The key challenge of data protection
The Business of Big Data
Big Data at the heart of 21st century business
Managers must change and adapt to a new working environment
Multinational corporations have to change the manager’s role
The possible end of the managerial class.
Google prefers freedom for its employees, to favour innovation
Stan Richards ended all privileges given to managers 40 years ago.
A woman saved Finnish company SOL with a surprising form of management.
At the beginning of the 1970s, CEO J.F. Zobrist decided to… fire all the managers.