INSEAD has more than 40 years of experience in delivering Customised Programmes for some of the world's largest companies. The fusion of our world renowned, globally diverse faculty, thought leadership, organisation-specific content and partnership approach, make an INSEAD Customised Programme a unique learning experience.
Our expert faculty team will partner with you to design programmes tailored to your objectives, building the specific skill sets that you and your team need to drive your organisation to success. The result is an integrated solution that allows your organisation to cascade the learning from top executives to middle management, facilitating harmonised transformation across geographical regions and business functions in a very short period of time.
delivered per year
Years delivering Customised Programmes
Customisation for organisations on multiple levels
- Contextualised to the specific business and industry
- Client’s real business examples and/or case studies incorporated where relevant
By Teaching Methods
- Simulations and game-based activities
- 360° assessments
- Group coaching, team building, role plays, online learning and/or performing arts
- Curriculum and learning journeys tailored to the different levels of management
- Complete alignment with talent pipeline and succession plans
- Professors experienced at managing cultural diversity in the classroom
- Helping to embed corporate culture change
Hear from our clients
Discover what our clients have to say about Customised Programmes developed and delivered by INSEAD. Below you will find a selection of interviews and videos from a breadth of industries, countries and organisations.
Avolon Leadership Programmes: participant perspectives
"In order to develop the innovation culture, we decided we needed something tailored to our specific objectives as a firm. So three years ago, one of the first things I did as CEO was to approach INSEAD about developing a customised approach for our executive leadership team and the next level down, based on INSEAD’s Blue Ocean Strategy programme.
Engage with us through our iterative and interactive "5D" process
During the diagnose phase, our objective is to ensure that we have a solid understanding of the organisation, its development needs and how specific delivery would fit in with and add value to its overall direction and strategy.
The objective of the design phase is to incorporate the enhanced understanding gained during the diagnose phase into a high-impact, fully customised programme. Here we articulate the structure, the content and teaching methods of the programme – and create a detailed proposal for the delivery.
In many cases, the development phase involves creating new programme materials based on proven theories and past empirical findings – and may also involve creating new cases, exercises or simulations.
There is no fixed teaching method at INSEAD and the learning approach will be one that you and our faculty believe will have most impact on your executives. Our programmes typically incorporate a blend of learning tools such as: classroom sessions, discussions and debates, workshops, simulations, role plays, case studies, outdoor activities, projects and learning expeditions.
To understand the impact of the programme and to improve future delivery we get feedback both during and after delivery. We work with you to measure and evaluate the results at the end of each programme. Depending upon the programme, we may also get feedback from participants to assess changes they have made in their jobs over time.
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