Banking in times of change
Stability and resilience in the banking sector are vital for dealing with the disruptions and transitions under way, not least climate change. The path from doom to boom isn’t straight, but together, we can get there.
Five industries are going through times of radical change and will need the banking industry’s help to finance their transition. Is yours one of them?
The veteran banker tells IESE Prof. Mireia Giné how banks need to stay “vigilant, hungry, adaptable, fast and disciplined” on the day JPMorgan Chase rescued First Republic Bank from bankruptcy.
Like banking, the energy and telecom company Redeia is going through a green and digital transition in trying times. “Both sectors must adapt, align their strengths and assume their social responsibilities together.”
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has served as a warning that no company can afford to ignore geopolitics. The weaponization of the U.S. dollar in this context raises serious concerns, potentially transforming the international monetary landscape.
Receiving goods in one batch — even at the expense of fast shipping — leads to greater satisfaction and fewer returns.
Getting promoted young is a virtuous circle that raises pay expectations for everyone, but especially women.
Overwhelmed by everyday expenses, consumers cut back on large purchases. How can retailers capture the money they do spend?
Our world of work is changing — fast. To stay competitive and attract, retain and utilize talent, management teams need to rethink traditional ways of working.
As is appropriate for an executive of a sustainable agricultural company, Fernanda Lopes Larsen is planting seeds for a better, fairer world. Today, as a diversity and inclusion campaigner, she is on the front line of conversations about sustainability and social equality.
The founder and CEO of BIZNES24, Poland’s only 24-hour business news channel, proves it need not cost a fortune to innovate and produce quality content in turbulent times.
This French chef and entrepreneur prioritizes sustainability and people. His Lavoisier brewpub in Madrid, which transforms leftover bread into craft beer, combines both his passions.
Research on music collaborations reveals positive spillover effects on the career trajectories of the collaborating artists.
Housing wealth and deaths of despair
By Carles Vergara, Nuria Mas and Ariadna Jou
An unexpected shock in housing wealth can be bad for your health, perhaps even contributing to drug-related deaths of despair. New research gives policymakers food for thought as they tackle the U.S. opioid crisis.
AI: Beyond the hype
In conversation with Sampsa Samila
IESE Prof. Sampsa Samila explains what a humanistic adoption of AI looks like. The real concern is not AI but labor market concentration.
How social movements give renewables a boost
By Desirée Pacheco
Here’s how social movements can help pioneering companies with social goals to overcome the liability of newness, gain legitimacy and go mainstream.
Follow these professional prescriptions to remedy ailments of the modern workplace.