Asian institution, Jardines, operates a vast and diverse portfolio of companies across Asia. In 2019, it had all the typical advantages of a successful conglomerate, but also some disadvantages.
The company’s leaders were keen to strengthen what it means to be part of Jardines across its various business units – to build more of a common sense of belonging, a commitment to sharing expertise and leveraging scale, and in particular to build a common culture of leadership for those identified as corporate talent for the future.
As part of its new “momentum-shifting” Group and HR strategies, Jardines approached INSEAD to build a suite of world-class leadership-development programmes.
The focus was on three core career transitions, where business units were losing or having to buy in talent. The resulting EMERGE,
GROW and INSPIRE programmes formed a continuum of learning across a common curriculum, designed around Jardines’ business priorities and differentiated for different levels of leadership.
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Jardine Matheson (known as “Jardines”) is a diversified Asian-based group with unsurpassed experience in the region.
Founded in China in 1832, it has grown into a broad portfolio of market-leading businesses, all closely aligned to the needs of Asia’s increasingly prosperous consumers.
The Group has over 400,000 employees in 30 countries and operates in in multiple sectors, including retail, real estate, shipping and aviation, construction, automotive and hospitality.
*Correct at the time of writing in July 2022
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