Organisational Behaviour, Evolutionary Psychology, Negotiations, Groups, Attractiveness, Self-Worth (Value), Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Wilson Cyrus Lai is a Research Associate at INSEAD. He researches within the organizational behavior area in the aspects of social and evolutionary psychology.
His current research activities focus on three aspects: 1- [Interlacing] Interpersonal relationships and how their behavior and decisions can affect the organization. 2- [Initiation] Attractiveness and value. 3- [Integration] Negotiation, groups and conflict resolution.
Wilson holds an Executive MBA from the London School of Economics & Political Sciences, where he researched and studied culture in entrepreneurial adoption. Additionally, he obtained a Master in Innovation from Singapore Management University, and a Bachelors of Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the University of Adelaide, where he was valedictorian and graduated top in his cohort for both degrees. Wilson is a Ngee Ann Kongsi Scholar and aims to use his research to bridge the domains between academia and industry. Before joining INSEAD, Wilson was working within his family business and consulted for various multi-national corporations.