Programme Director, Singapore
Professor of Strategy
The Paul Dubrule Chaired Professor of Sustainable Development
Academic Director, INSEAD Social Impact Initiative
Jasjit Singh has been an INSEAD professor since 2004. His teaching and research interests include Inclusive Business, Sustainable Development, Social Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Evaluation. He is particularly passionate about how business tools can be used as a force for good in social enterprises as well as traditional companies. He regularly advises companies, social enterprises, non-profits and impact investors on how to systematically think about their societal impact.
Programme Director, Fontainebleau
Hans Wahl is based in Paris and joined the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Initiative in 2007 building on a career of nearly 40 years of experience in economic and political development. This has included work with SMEs, global corporations and non-governmental and inter-governmental organisations. His work has focused on impact assessment, programme development, and the creation of collaborative ecosystems to promote impact enterprise. In addition to his work at INSEAD, he continues to work on issues of access to justice and criminal justice reform.
Moira Creedon is a consultant and lecturer on Financial Management working with clients worldwide to help business leaders create value and grow sustainably. Moira teaches in universities and business schools globally. She is a senior faculty member of the Irish Social Entrepreneurship Academy, CEDEP Fontainebleau and the Irish Management Institute and has taught on the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards.
Nuno Delicado is a founding partner at Pluris and lecturer at INSEAD and at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP). He conducts negotiation and conflict resolution training, facilitation, and consulting in both the private and the public sectors. At INSEAD he co-developed the negotiation module and teaches in the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Programme. At LKYSPP he teaches negotiation, dialogue, facilitation and consensus building, in executive courses and Master programmes. Examples of Nuno’s projects include facilitating state budget discussions in view of economic scenarios for a country in Southeast Asia, supporting a global NGO resolving conflict between member organisations, a management team negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the employees’ union, and a biotech startup merge with another company. Previously, Nuno was a management consultant with Bain & Company, and earlier with McKinsey & Company.
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Zoe Kinias' research focuses on how social identities and situational factors affect individuals' understanding of social and professional events and on how to improve individual and group performance. Professor Kinias' work includes investigations of how to improve individuals' decision making by reducing bias and how to bolster resiliency of individuals who may experience threatening professional situations. She publishes research in leading journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organisational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes, and Psychological Science.
Ilze Kivleniece is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD. She holds a PhD in Strategic Management from HEC Paris (France), a BSc and an MSc in International Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden). Prior to joining INSEAD, she was a faculty member at the Imperial College London (UK) where she taught in a number of programmes, including specialised Masters, MBA and executive MBA. Her teaching experience covers both core strategy topics as well as international strategy, cross-sector partnership and collaborative strategy areas.
Assistant Professor of Strategy
Matthew Lee is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD. Matthew's research examines two main areas: 1) hybrid social ventures, mission-driven organizations that combine templates for organising from the business and social sectors, and 2) how corporations shape the social structures of their communities. Matthew's research is published in journals including the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Annals, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. It has also been featured in online editions of the Harvard Business Review, World Bank Development Marketplace, and CBS News.
Visiting Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at INSEAD
Filipe Santos' research lies at the intersection of strategy, organisation theory and entrepreneurship. His current focus is the field of social entrepreneurship and social innovation. He is particularly interested in understanding the processes through which entrepreneurs construct new firms and markets.
Please note programme faculty may change.