One-Year Remembrance

Anniversaries are a moment for self-reflection, for remembrance, and occasionally, a moment for change. Today as we pass the one-year mark of COVID-19 lockdown in the United States and the corresponding global fallout, we believe that this specific moment creates space for us to reflect, to remember, and to change.

Lessons for the Window Seat

Lessons for the Window Seat

The Need for Inclusive Entrepreneurship. During this near society reversal set in place by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have the rare opportunity to realign ourselves with what is important. Currently the American society...

Blind Optimism for the Unforeseeable Future

Blind Optimism for the Unforeseeable Future

The BBC World Business Report released a broadcast that described a wide array of perspectives on the financial and social consequences of COVID-19. After interviewing Neil Bradley, we understand that about one in ten...

A Business School for the Day After

A Business School for the Day After

With one in two world inhabitants “confinés,” as Dean Guillaume Bigot puts it, we have an incredible opportunity to reflect on where we are. Taking over at the IPAG Business School Paris-Nice groups in July 2008, I...

S. Korea After Corona

S. Korea After Corona

As the global community looks to South Korea to guide their own nations, we wonder what really sets the Korean experience apart from the rest of the world. Korea’s involvement and participation in finding their...

Entrepreneurship in Crisis

Entrepreneurship in Crisis

An Audacious Plan to Save Small Businesses – All small businesses below 50 employees become tax-exempt as not-for-profits for 10 years.It’s hard to believe that something so small that it can only be seen through a...

Will Digital Education Become the New Normal?

Will Digital Education Become the New Normal?

While the world rapidly changes in many ways, “New Normal” is becoming more the routine than the exception.One of the latest burgeoning new normal? Digital education. Advancements in technology are changing learning...

Social Distancing really what we mean?

Social Distancing really what we mean?

That term “social distancing” is an interesting one, and perhaps even a bit ambiguous or confusing. Using the word “social” doesn’t clearly capture what we are being asked to do. It felt like one day we were at dinner...