Blogging on Global Leaders, Economics and Ethical Rewiring
Do you know what an ethical free-rider is? How about what the main problems which expats face when returning home are? Would you know how to bring ethics back into banking? IESE professors keep asking themselves these types of questions in order to better help executives in their development.
Some of these ideas are transformed into posts that feed the IESE blogosphere with inspiring opinions, ethical proposals, new trends and more. This academic year, the topics of global mobility, economic recovery, digital transformation and ethical challenges have had the most success in grabbing our readers’ attention.
The top 10
In top position is Expatriatus, a blog on global mobility and expatriation by Professor Sebastian Reiche. It has attracted the greatest number of visitors and subscribers from all over the world. However, IESE professors have covered an array of very different topics. Here is the blogosphere’s top ten:
Followers of IESE’s blogosphere have discovered some new blogs: Professor Mike Rosenberg, Professor África Ariño and Steve Capus have recently joined the line-up with their personal blogs on sustainability (Doing Business on the Earth), Africa (Africa from Africa) and media (Around the Corner). Marketingprofessors have also launched their own blog, and Business Ethicsand Entrepreneurshipdepartments have done so too.
Next year, IESE professors will launch new projects in order to complete the current offering, by enhancing areas like leadership or managing people in organizations. Would you like to join the conversation?