Innovation and Change
Tokyo is the most developed city in the world, but is it the best city to live in? From a global point of view it may be, but not if what we value most is social cohesion. The IESE Cities in Motion Index enables an objective comparison of cities along 10 dimensions, measuring their sustainability and the quality of life of their inhabitants. As the IESE Cities in Motion report shows, there is no single model of success.
Leadership and People Management
Reiche, Sebastian; Cardona, Pablo; Lee, Yih-teen; Canela, Miguel Ángel
Prosocial behavior depends on trust, which can vary along cultural lines. With an increasing number of managers having to deal with cultural diversity in their daily interactions, IESE's Sebastian Reiche, Yih-teen Lee, Miguel A. Canela and Pablo Cardona, of CEIBS, study how cultural differences influence trust-related perceptions and behavior between managers and subordinates in 18 countries.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Chinchilla, Nuria; Jiménez, Esther; Grau, Marc
In line with the demographic trends of many other Western industrialized nations, Spain's 65-and-over age group represents an ever larger chunk of the population, with the percentage projected to more than double over the next 40 years. This puts question marks over the state pension system, with women left the most vulnerable. IESE's Nuria Chinchilla offers 10 ways to plan ahead.