How to Put Curiosity to Work in Your Organisation

By Louise Muhdi Companies are starting to understand why it is important to cultivate curiosity among their workforce. Yet, only a few possess a good...
Aligning Organisational Ecosystems to be Fit for Purpose

Aligning Organisational Ecosystems to be Fit for Purpose

By Jonathan Trevor and Kazuhiro Asakawa In the first of a two-part series, we explore how firms are reaping the benefits of leveraging a network...
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Longevity for Sustainability: Adding Value That Lasts

Interview with Geert Van Den Goor, Group Managing Partner at Valcon Geert van den Goor, Group Managing Partner at Valcon, shares his insights from a...
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Revisiting HR Challenges at the Dawn of 2024

By Pedro Cesar Martínez Moran and Simon L. Dolan A new year is always an appropriate time to stop and evaluate progress in any given endeavour...
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Mastering the Game: Lessons in Leadership from Rugby to the Boardroom

By Darren Cassidy Mastering the Game: Lessons in Leadership from Rugby to the Boardroom explores the parallels between high-performance rugby and successful business leadership. Drawing...
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Why Strong Technology Leadership Matters to Europe’s Future Competitiveness

The Right Leadership Can Help Bridge Europe's Lag in Technology Adoption, R&D, and Patents By Jean-Marc Ollagnier, Svenja Falk, and Surya Mukherjee Increasing leaders’ technology quotient...
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A Beauty Premium and a Plainness Penalty: Attractiveness at Work

By Adrian Furnham Are physically attractive people seriously advantaged at work? Are they more likely to be selected, promoted, and given higher salaries? Does being physically...
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Expanding Leadership Capabilities to Fuel the Evolution of Business

Director of MBA programmes at the University of Bath, Dr Donald Lancaster, explores the role of post-experience education in developing people strategies for sustainable...
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COVID as an Economic Opportunity: Lessons From the Subprime Crisis on Resilient Businesses

By Jorge Sá Most businesses were taken completely off-guard when the COVID crisis hit. The absence of historical data on such an event meant that...
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Climate Action is in the Hands of the C-Suite

By Renaud Bettin As companies face rising pressures from consumers, investors, and sustainability reporting regulations, it is essential that the entire C-Suite assumes responsibility for...
Digital Trust is on the Horizon

Digital Trust is on the Horizon: Interview with Warren Dumanski, Executive VP and General...

In an ideal world, businesses would be able to carry out their digital business transactions safely, securely, ethically and reliably. In short, they need...

ChangeNOW: Where Sustainability Solutions are Found – and Accelerated

Interview with Santiago Lefebvre, Founder and CEO of ChangeNOW If change for sustainability is to be made a reality, there needs to be a place...
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Cybersecurity: The Future of Passwords and Passwordless – Interview with Michael Crandell, the Chief...

Digital security remains a core concern for businesses, as the scary headlines continue to shriek of stolen and encrypted data, phishing, breaches, and intrusions....
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When I Grow up I Want to be a 21st-Century Leader

By Dr. Nina Mohadjer Leadership is one of the most misused words of our times. Based on my own experiences, I discuss how to move...
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Authenticity at Work: Be Honest, is it a Good Thing?

By Adrian Furnham It is often said that honesty is the best policy. But if we apply that maxim invariably and unquestioningly, does that automatically...
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Top Executive Education featuring Antwerp Management School: Opening Minds to Impact the World

Interview with Antwerp Management School's Prof. Dr. Goran Milenković, Academic Director of the EMBA and Prof. Dr. Steffi Weil, Associate Dean for International Outreach...
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Sounding the Alarm: Early Warning Systems to Build Nature-Positive and Climate Resilient Businesses

By Sanjay Podder, Shalabh Kumar Singh, H. James Wilson, and Giju Mathew Last summer’s heatwave in the UK and other European countries put a significant...
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Introducing The Better Boards Podcast Series

The European Business Review is proud to partner with The Better Boards Podcast Series! Managed by Dr Sabine Dembkowski, a trusted board advisor who has...
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Let’s STRIDE Towards UN SDG-led Innovation

By Mike Cooray, Rikke Duus, Joanne Carmichael, and Marius Sylvestersen It has never been more urgent for entrepreneurial, public, and private organisations to join forces...
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What’s Next for TravelTech? Insights from Riversoft CEO, Alex Kuo

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented, and continues to present, enormous challenges across the spectrum of industry, not least for the travel and tourism sector....
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How Middle Managers Can Make Your Company’s Innovating Engine Hum

By Ben M. Bensaou To adapt in a competitive, changing world, every business needs to operate an innovating engine, which requires contributions by employees at...

What The War In Ukraine Means For Business

By Paul Bracken The war in Ukraine has far reaching implications for business. Companies will face more complicated political and social issues than the stark,...

A Compass for Chief Executive Officers and Chief Learning Officers

By Mihnea Moldoveanu and Das Narayandas Based on a 5 year study of the executive development industry, comprising interviews with over 200 executives, CLO’s, CEO’s,...
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The Imperative of the Vigilant Corporation

By Jacques Bughin After COVID-19, now comes the appalling Ukrainian-Russian war, and the threat of stagflation. But if turbulent times rule –doesn't it pay to...
Claus Risager

Preserving the Human Element in Robots with Blue Ocean Robotics

Interview with Claus Risager, Blue Ocean Robotics Chief Strategy Officer In the films, robots are often shown as a threat, frequently getting out of control...
Fleur Hicks

Not Lost in Translation: Making the Data Make Sense

Interview with Fleur Hicks, award-winning CEO of management consulting firm onefourzero Where can managers turn for help in navigating the vast sea of data that...
Kit Scott Brown

When The Opportunities Are Out Of Plain Sight

Interview with InterExec Founder, Mr. Kit Scott-Brown Executives looking to progress their career face the problem that many of the best opportunities are not presented in...
Gerry Zack

The Cycle of ESG and Compliance

By Gerry Zack, CEO of Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics® (SCCE) & Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA) Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues have...
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Building the Strategic Architecture of the Post Pandemic Corporate Landscape

By Dr. Mark Esposito, Dr. Alessandro Lanteri and Dr. Terence Tse The Covid-19 pandemic has been a major disruptor for tried and tested approaches...
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All Change – but which Platform? Confronting Shift in the Telecom Sector

Interview with Kevin Peters, President and CEO at NetNumber All technology-based companies operate in an arena of constant change. However, perhaps no sector is subject...
Daversa

Refining the Search for Executive Talent in Europe

Interview with Daversa Partners’ Wendy Colvano - Director & Head of Europe With investors looking towards Europe as a hotspot for business acceleration, the need...

Data Protection: Lightening the Load of Compliance

Interview with the DPO Centre CEO and Founder Rob Masson Does compliance with the data protection regulations have to represent a huge and costly burden...
CoachHub

Uncovering the Path to our Dreams: CoachHub’s Coaching Program Points the Way

Interview with CoachHub Senior Behavioural Scientist Windy Tshepiso Maledu In a virtual work environment, the challenge is to enable everyone to feel seen and heard. Here,...
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Leading in an Age of Disruption

By Hannes Gurzki and Joachim Junghanss Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, few people would have expected the acceleration of digital technology and the new ways...
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Board Membership: Navigating the New Uncertainties

Remember when there was an invisible line separating business from political and social movements? Corporate leaders largely kept quiet about their beliefs and values, trying...
Lead With Compassion On The Return To The Office

How To Lead With Compassion On The Return To The Office

By David Liddle Managers are about to face one of the biggest challenges of their careers as organisations start to gear up for a gradual...
How European Companies Can Become Growth Leaders

How European Companies Can Become Growth Leaders

By Jean-Marc Ollagnier, Sybille Berjoan and Regina Maruca Accenture’s recent survey of 700 C-suite executives of large businesses in Europe reveals confidence that new global...
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What Motivates People To Become A Leader?

By Tina Kiefer, Warwick Business School (WBS) “I start with the premise that the function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.”...

Quantum Leadership for Recovery

By Vlatka Hlupic Even before the advent of the global pandemic necessitated a rethink of leadership models, the world of work managed by the old...
Iain Wright

Are You Prepared to Take the Risk?

Interview with Iain Wright, CFIRM, Outgoing Chair, Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Risk is a fact of life for businesses of all kinds – large...
Gina Lodge

Soft Skills: Key To Leadership In A Changed World

Interview with Gina Lodge, CEO of The Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) Nobody knows for certain what the post-COVID business world will look like...
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Future-proofing payment systems: the silver lining is in the cloud

Exclusive interview with Form3 Chief Customer Officer Jessica Letterman Maintaining legacy payment systems is costly for banks, especially with continual changes in the regulatory framework....
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Getting the AI edge: An exclusive interview with MobiDev CEO Oleg Lola

How can businesses leverage artificial intelligence effectively? Oleg Lola, CEO of MobiDev, outlines his company’s approach to harnessing the power of AI in the...
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An Effective Intersection of Automation and Productivity: Interview with TimeXtender CEO, Heine Krog Iversen

In a post-COVID world, it is hard to say which work models are still conventional and part of the status quo. Such lines have...
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Top Female Leaders Special Feature for International Women’s Day Celebration

In celebration of International Women’s Day, The European Business Review wants to honour all the powerful women who have taken the world by storm...
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Artificial Intelligence: Just Who Is In Charge Around Here?

An Exclusive Interview with Professor David De Cremer, Founder and Director, Centre on AI Technology for Humankind, NUS The employment of artificial intelligence is proceeding...
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Human-Algorithm Collaboration in Managerial Decision Making

By Tessa Haesevoets, David De Cremer, Kim Dierckx and Alain Van Hiel Most would accept that there is a role for both humans and AI...
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Synergy or Conflict? Lessons for managers on how to successfully adopt AI to augment...

By Jakob Stollberger and David De Cremer Artificial intelligence undeniably offers the potential to improve decision-making, at least in certain contexts. In this article, AI experts Jakob Stollberger...
Graham Bright

Promise and Challenge: AI in the Trade Finance Industry

Interview with Graham Bright, Head of Compliance and Operations, Euro Exim Bank Technology is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it’s moving fast –...

The New Strategic Reality as a Consequence of the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Dr. Peter Lorange The new reality of COVID-19 has been with us since the end of the first quarter of 2020.  This has led...

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