ESADE base its activities on the three pillars of education, research and transformation
Studying and analysing a given subject, raising questions, reflecting on these and, if relevant, attempting to answer them all constitute the key elements of what we call research. At times, our results contribute to ongoing social debates, providing new data or ideas that others can then use to formulate novel proposals. At other times, our research implies creating new knowledge that can then be applied directly. In both cases, the intellectual exercise and effort implied contribute to further our own knowledge and how we transmit it.
The education we provide in our classrooms strives incessantly to ensure collective advancement. Thus, transmitting the knowledge we create at ESADE to the broadest possible audience is extremely important to foment debate and offer guidelines for improvement.