Women’s presence in the boardroom: It’s improving, but it isn’t quite there yet.

“To quota or not to quota” to accelerate women’s participation in boards and, in general, in leadership positions? To some, that’s the way to walk faster on the sometimes rocky path to achieving gender parity.  Like in all human-centred matters, when it comes to diversity matters nothing is black or …

ESG Data Management: the future imperative

Sustainable Finance and ESG have taken a hold of the market and are moving from niche to mainstream by now. Asset Managers (AMs) are changing the once recurrent question of why integrate non-financial factors—notably Environmental, Social & Governance—to ‘how’ it is actually done.  For all financial market players, going into depth …

The corporate responsibility of technology

Think of corporate responsibility. Then, situations linked to people, nature, pollution, climate change and philanthropy come to your mind. Now, think of technology, and smartphones, drones, virtual reality and, almost unavoidably, artificial intelligence are recalled. We tend to dissociate them because, in principle, they belong to different dimensions, the real …

People Experience Series: Facilitating intrapreneurship in 3 steps

Intrapreneurship is a loaded word. It might sound very 21st-century, but its five syllables are older than that, and so is its meaning. The term “Intrapreneur” dates back to 1978, when Gifford Pinchot and Elizabeth Pinchot coined it in the book “Intra-Corporate Entrepreneurship” while attending Tarrytown School for Entrepreneurs in …

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