The rise of populism across the Western world is creating comparisons with events in Europe at the start of the 20th century. How valid is this and what can be done to tackle populism?
The headlines today around the world are dominated by the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States following an ugly campaign that has polarized many. What lessons can we be learnt from the campaign for our societies and our companies?
With the appointment of the UK’s second female prime minister, are we likely to see a smoother Brexit process?
Hillary Clinton is the first female presidential nominee of a major political party in history. So does her bid for the White House mark a step change for women in leadership around the world? Or are there deep, underlying issues that we still need to address?
It finally happened. The European Central Bank announced withdrawal of 500-euro ($564) banknote. What is the real impact of this decision?
Europe has a backlog of more than one million migrants – refugees fleeing war in the Middle East. But events in Germany at the start of the year, following Angela Merkel’s decision to relax migration regulation reveal that the problem is not just the scale and volume of migrants – it is also about integration […]
The European Central Bank (ECB) announced yesterday a cut of the interest rates to a historical 0.00% – among other measures. What impact could these decisions have on the European economy?
After the Mobile World Congress, let me share with you what I consider the five “take aways” to take into account. Find out how 5G, internet.org, the Internet of Things, virtual reality and mobile connect are changing the future for consumers and companies alike…
Cultivating and caring for your company’s brand is key to driving your company’s profitability. IESE Professor Xavier Oliver explains why.
The United States has lifted its ban on oil exports for the first time in 40 years. What is going on?