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The INSEAD Certificate in Global Management is a formal recognition of your commitment to continuous learning and professional development and can be completed over a four-year period.
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What does it take to keep a company and its brand at the top today? Peter Zemsky, Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Innovation, explains how the last few years have seen digital strategy becoming a top priority for more and more corporate leaders.
Companies that produce highly user-friendly and innovative products are those that know how to mix functionality with design. Manuel Sosa, INSEAD Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management, shares his thoughts on the importance of design.
The world’s top design firms have innovation down to almost a science. For traditional incumbents looking to build innovative capabilities, design can be the ideal catalyst.