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News | 9th July 2019
Study of real-life experiments from many disciplines shows the most effective ways restaurants and grocery stores can influence healthy eating.
News | 21st June 2019
INSEAD Professors Andre Calmon and Jackie Stenson have been named Grand Prize Winners of the Page Prize for Excellence in Sustainable Business Education. This is the first time in the prize’s 11-year history that INSEAD has won the prestigious competition.
News | 19th June 2019
Confidence among Asian companies in the June quarter fell to its lowest since the 2008-09 financial crisis, as a U.S.-China trade war disrupts global supply chains and shows little sign of easing soon, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey found.
News | 13th June 2019
Self-employed people in the UK gain a significant boost to mental health, a new study reveals. Women and people with no college degree benefit the most from this effect. Gig economy workers drink less, are under less strain, and are more confident.
News | 4th June 2019
The accelerator programme opens opportunity for INSEAD alumni entrepreneurs in the world’s largest start-up ecosystem.
News | 23rd May 2019
The 10-month accelerated programme combines innovative learning with problem-solving to prepare young graduates for a global career.
News | 13th May 2019
The project is a joint effort between the INSEAD Career Development Centre, the INSEAD Energy Club, JJ-Lapp Cable and the Zenises Foundation.
News | 3rd May 2019
The seven laureates of the 2019 edition of the Cartier Women’s Initiative are revealed at the annual Awards ceremony held at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture in San Francisco, the heart of the global start-up and innovation scene.
News | 30th April 2019
Research finds four distinct ways that food brands claim to be “healthy” and how those types of claims influence consumers’ expectations and choices for breakfast cereals, despite not being linked to the actual nutritional quality of the product.
News | 25th April 2019
INSEAD professors have received five category awards in the 2018 EFMD Case Writing Competition. This represents the most number of awards won by a single business school this year, making INSEAD the biggest overall winner.
News | 24th April 2019
When a company director dies, the impact extends beyond the loss of skills and social capital, affecting the strategic and CSR activities of the firm.
News | 23rd April 2019
- The 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) sees six Asia Pacific countries ranking in the top quartile.
- Seoul becomes the first Asian city to break into Top 10 in the 3rd edition of the Global Cities Talent Competitiveness Index (GCTCI).
News | 26th March 2019
The U.S. economy has never managed to sustain a low rate of unemployment without generating imbalances that lead to a recession.
News | 20th March 2019
The Blockchain Revolution for the Enterprise is a four-course Specialisation designed by Don Tapscott, Adjunct Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD.
News | 20th March 2019
The latest Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Asian Business Sentiment Index finds that confidence among Asian companies held near three-year lows in the first quarter as a U.S.-China trade dispute dragged on, pulling down a global economy that is already on a downward path.
News | 20th March 2019
Airlines with lower profitability are more concerned with survival and sell airplane models perceived as less safe.
News | 25th February 2019
Professor N. Craig Smith is a third-time award winner in this category.
News | 6th February 2019
INSEAD is continuing to advance its vision on business as a force for good by holding the Global Business Leaders Conference (GBLC), as well as the Middle East launch of The Campaign for INSEAD on 24 February 2019.
News | 5th February 2019
13 INSEAD cases have been listed among The Case Centre’s most popular cases of 2018. The Case Centre is a global organisation dedicated to promoting the case method in management education.
News | 21st January 2019
- Entrepreneurial talent has become a key differentiator in relative talent competitiveness
- Talent still drawn to small, high-income economies and the United States
- Washington, DC is the top performer in the cities’ ranking
- Five-year analysis shows talent gap widening between unequal economies
News | 17th January 2019
New INSEAD institute to host thought leaders, chief executives and experts to seek solutions that achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
News | 16th January 2019
In a new paper “Performance persistence in the presence of higher-order resources”, Phebo Wibbens found that companies with “higher-order” resources can greatly outlast their competitors.
News | 9th January 2019
Working alongside a creative “master” will increase innovators’ creativity and the chance that, one day, they too will become a star.
News | 19th December 2018
The 2018 Q4 Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Asian Business Sentiment Index edged up to 63 in the October-December quarter, slightly above a near three-year low of 58 seen in the previous period.
News | 6th December 2018
New research shows that the much-discussed measure of requiring firms to disclose gender segregated wage-statistics to clarify differences in women´s and men´s wages reduces the pay gap by 7 percent. An important step in the right direction and knowledge that can boost the ambition to ensure women the same pay for same work, researchers say.
News | 5th December 2018
A new INSEAD book analyses Europe’s ability to stay united.
News | 12th November 2018
The school’s largest capital campaign centres on business as a force for good.
News | 5th November 2018
INSEAD is proud to announce that Professor of Technology and Operations Management Luk Van Wassenhove has been named Fellow of INFORMS for his pioneering work on closed loop supply chains (sustainability) and humanitarian operations.
News | 31st October 2018
Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever at the inaugural INSEAD The Force for Good Conference highlights that cultivating purpose-driven leaders and businesses can transform the world and achieve a sustainable future.
News | 22nd October 2018
Five INSEAD professors, ranked world’s top 40 best-selling case authors, share commentary on why their cases resonate.
News | 1st October 2018
INSEAD announced its brand evolution with a renewed mission: “We bring together people, cultures and ideas to develop responsible leaders who transform business and society”.
News | 24th September 2018
As the new academic year gets underway at INSEAD, there will be several new opportunities for business leaders to promote business as a force for good thanks to the recently established Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society.
News | 19th September 2018
Confidence among Asian companies slumped to the weakest in almost three years in the third quarter as businesses feared blowback from a worsening global trade war, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey showed.
News | 18th September 2018
Thinking of yourself as a busy person can boost your self-control
News | 4th September 2018
“A global mindset is essential in international business and in solving complex problems,” says Linda Brimm.
News | 27th August 2018
Don Tapscott appointed adjunct professor and partnership with Blockchain Research Institute signed
News | 20th August 2018
Largest individual donation in INSEAD history establishes new global institute for business and society
News | 16th August 2018
Eight exceptional alumni received awards in four categories
News | 13th August 2018
Next generation family business planning requires a step-by-step approach not unlike planning a trip to the moon.
News | 12th August 2018
The award is conferred annually to the book judged to have made the most outstanding contribution to the global advancement of management knowledge during the last two years.