Rediscover yourself. Inspire others.
The INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) is a degree programme unlike any other. Spanning over 18 months and eight modules of three to four days, it takes you deep into the basic drivers of human behaviour and the hidden dynamics of organisations.
Integrating business education with a range of psychological disciplines, the programme enables you to understand yourself and others at a fundamental level – and to use that knowledge to create more effective organisations.
Whether you are an HR professional, a coach, a consultant or an executive seeking new ways to make an impact on your organisation, this programme offers you not simply a prized degree from one of the world’s leading business schools but a life-changing intellectual and emotional experience.
Creating Reflective Change Agents
Interested in the Executive Master in Change? Watch this video which features insights from the 3 Programme Directors and an alumna to find out more. This programme takes you deep into the basic drivers of human behaviour and the hidden dynamics of organisations. Integrating business education with a range of psychological disciplines, the programme enables you to understand yourself and others at a fundamental level -- preparing you to assume significant roles in leading organisations, individual and organisational development and change management.
Our goal is to develop scholar-practitioners, with ‘night vision’ and a deeper understanding of what goes on below the surface in themselves and others, in order to be more effective in their roles."
Professor Erik Van de Loo, Programme Director
The programme provides a transformational educational journey, both personally and professionally, based on the exploration of the dynamics of individual and organisational learning and change.
Professor Roger Lehman, Programme Director
We live in a fast-moving and ever-changing world where we cannot always choose our destiny. But how we respond, calming the mind and developing the capacity to think rather than just act, will certainly help oneself and others.
Professor Michael Jarrett, Programme Director
Developing the capacity to remain active and effective in the whirl of daily life requires the paradoxical ability to observe ourselves from an external perspective. One of the goals of the programme is to foster the development of both perspectives – in the game and on ‘the balcony’ at the same time.
Professor Michael Shiel, Programme Director
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If you have any questions related to our programmes or application procedures, we are here to help you.
No, it is a programme on change, designed when coaching was an orientation rather than an industry. As such there is no coaching qualification offered following this programme. But it equips coaches with valuable skills to use with individuals in organisations.
The maximum length of the thesis is 50 pages of double-spaced text. The deadline is 4 months after the end of the final module. We will support you with workshops on research and writing methodologies and one-to-one sessions with an expert thesis tutor.