Giving back by giving away
Josep Carreras: “Listen to that inner voice”
After a musical career spanning 50 years, the world-famous tenor’s philanthropy through his leukemia foundation remains his other life work. Here, he explains the importance of philanthropy and why the values that underpin it – rigor, professionalism, transparency and a warm, humane attitude – are even more important when your own name is attached to it.
Catalina Parra: “I want to change the world”
A trip to India changed this entrepreneur’s path, making her reflect on what she would want people to say at her funeral: that she was a fantastic consultant or that she was a person who tried to change the world? She chose the latter, as she explains in this interview.
How to bring a playful mindset to work
Would you like to enjoy your work more? Set goals, reframe tasks, compete with yourself, look for fun and experiment to keep improving. Those who manage to bring playfulness to work tend to be more creative and enjoy better relationships with colleagues and clients.
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume: Half its cars all-electric or hybrid by 2025
Porsche’s strategy to become carbon neutral is challenging yet achievable. Green energy is key, using e-fuels combined with electromobility to run not just the cars but the plants. While AI is also valuable, it won’t replace the human element on which the brand depends.
Managing supply chains in a world that is no longer flat
By Philip Moscoso
Deglobalization and digitalization were gathering force when COVID-19 confirmed what many companies already suspected: Supply chains need to undergo a fundamental transformation. Here’s how to make supply chains more agile and resilient.
The sweeping change of net zero emissions
In conversation with Miguel Duro
Can the Big Three asset managers – BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street – influence companies to clean up their acts and lower their carbon emissions? Miguel Duro discusses his research on how they do it and why you should pay heed.