Gain insights into our Open and Customised Programmes by watching our videos featuring corporate clients and past participants from our Open programmes. This section also contains a selection of videos on hot topics and key business challenges from leading INSEAD faculty members. Each one an expert in their field, with real-world, practical, hands-on experience of working with, and consulting for, global organisations in a wide variety of industries.
marketing & sales
Programme Directors Joerg Niessing and David Dubois talk about their thinking behind their new Leading Digital Marketing Strategy programme.
"It was very unconventional, but it really works....I really benefitted from just being able to better understand myself and that way also become a better manager." Nancy Le Bosquain, former participant of INSEAD's Management Acceleration Programme describes her experience.
Participants of LEAP discuss the challenges faced by senior executives and how the programme provides a platform to develop new techniques to improve the way you lead.
Ludo Van der Heyden, Tim Rowley and participants of INSEAD's International Directors Programme discuss the challenges faced by board members and the importance of director education.
The business climate today is increasingly volatile and unpredictable. Traditional ways, models just don't seem to provide the answers anymore. What leaders find themselves doing is rely more on their judgment and less on these traditional ways of looking at the world.
Listen to OCBC Head of Learning and Development, Cassandra Cheng, discuss the partnership developed with INSEAD to develop a customised programme that responds to the leadership development challenges faced by OCBC.
ABN AMRO Managing Director, Hein Van Der Loo, discusses the partnership developed with INSEAD to develop a customised programme that responds to the challenges faced by ABN AMRO Relationship Managers.
Family firms are dominating global business today. To ensure longevity, they must phase their many challenges through long-term planning. The first step is to design a road map for the future governance of the firm and the family.
Nokia lost the smartphone battle despite having half of the global market share in 2007. Some argue that it was down to software, others that it was complacency. We are argue that collective emotions within the company were a big part of the story.
Creating a sustainable future takes more than good intentions. Boards of directors have an obligation to help drive a strategic approach to corporate sustainability.