Business Impact for students and graduates

Welcome to Business Impact for students and graduates, where you can find groundbreaking thought leadership resources for business students and graduates. BGA student and graduate members gain access to additional Business Impact online content, found in BGA’s member area. If you are eligible and interested in becoming a BGA student and graduate member, register here.

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Business Impact: Raising the roots of cultural difference

Raising the roots of cultural difference

To better understand cultural differences in leadership, we need to understand where they come from. Neoma Business School’s Sirio Lonati traces their roots to societal change and explains what this means for modern-day managers and those who help develop them

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Business Impact: Taking care of planet Earth

Taking care of planet Earth

“There will be no more business if we do not take care of others and the planet,” warns professor José Maillet, as he tells Tim Banerjee Dhoul about Gaïa, Audencia’s new school of ecological and social transition, and the course it offers on its Grande École programme

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Business Impact: How to combat loneliness at work
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How to combat loneliness at work

Combating loneliness at work requires us to get and stay connected with each other, says the University of Salford’s Lynda Holt, and we can all help create or enhance belonging for those around us

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Business Impact: Meeting hospitality’s evolving demands
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Meeting hospitality’s evolving demands

A new joint master’s aims to zero in on the challenges that dominate the agendas of today’s international hospitality leaders. Ashok Som and Francine Cuagnier outline the programme and partnership between ESSEC Business School and Glion Institute of Higher Education

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Business Impact: Going for green
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Going for green

Nicole de Fontaines, executive director of CEMS, looks at what early-career professionals need to know to lead in the context of the environmental crisis and how business schools can support their development

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