From January 2017, the faculty of EDHEC "Strategy & Management" department will be producing monthly short-form written or video contents defending strong positions and recommendations related to political or business strategies: "Strategy Series".
Think about this. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report (2016) indicates that twenty two percent (22%) of people across sixty four economies intend to start a business within the next three years. That includes everyone in your organization. Instead of them leaving and setting up independently, this milieu of entrepreneurial talent can be given space to flourish through corporate incubation.
Despite the positive expectations created by social media, their use at the workplace has still not attracted waves of employees as initially anticipated. The wisdom of internal crowds exists, but needs to be tapped and triggered. CEOs wanting to benefit from the wisdom of their internal crowds should consider five suggestions explained by Mohamed-Hédi Charki, Associate professor of Information Systems at EDHEC Business School.
Looking outside the boundaries of your industry can yield very powerful and often surprising ideas for innovation. Here are 4 simple guidelines by Constantinos Lioukas, associate professor of Strategy at EDHEC Business School.
Operating from campuses in Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore, EDHEC is one of the world’s top 20 business schools. Fully international and directly connected to the business world, EDHEC is a school for business, rather than a business school, where excellence in teaching and research focuses on innovation to stimulate entrepreneurship and creativity. For business from birth and dedicated to business, EDHEC makes entrepreneurs for life, able to remodel or create successful businesses wherever they work. EDHEC functions as a genuine laboratory of ideas and produces innovative solutions valued by businesses. The School’s teaching philosophy, inspired by its award-winning research activities, focuses on “learning by doing”.