15 April 2019 


Institutional News



The Straits Times 
Singapore, 14 April  

Artificial intelligence important, but responsible AI just as important, say speakers at INSEAD forum 
INSEAD AI Forum, held at INSEAD Asia Campus on the 13th April, discuss the rise and impact of AI and machine learning in business and society. INSEAD Professor of Marketing Klaus Wertenbroch points out how algorithms had reinforced certain biases and did away with equal opportunity rights in the case of Facebook's controversial ad practices.
Other coverage:
Business Times China

Germany, 14 April  
In German

Eine Business School für künstliche Intelligenz
Microsoft has launched the AI Business School in partnership wtih INSEAD where managers can learn how to harness AI in their operations and their team. Peter Zemsky, Deputy Dean and Dean of Innovation at INSEAD, comments. 

Financial Post
Canada, 11 April   

Global Leaders Take the Stage at MWC Shanghai 2019 
INSEAD will be providing a one-day Masterclass Programme for business leaders at the MWC19, whic will be taking place from 26-28 June at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Thomas Mannarelli, Senior Affiliate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, who specialises in innovation and leadership in organisations, will be the instructor. 
Other coverage: 

Greece, 6 April 
In Greek

(TV) Διαπραγμάτευση στην πολιτική και τις επιχειρήσεις  
More than 130 delegates attended the annual gala dinner event  organised by the INSEAD Cyprus Alumni Association. Ioannis Kasoulidis, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus, and Horacio Falcao, Senior Affiliate Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD, speak about the art of negotiation in politics and business.  

Faculty and Research News  


Channel NewsAsia
Singapore, 11 April 

(TV) Asia First - Thursday 11 Apr 2019 (1h16m45s onwards)
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, discusses the Brexit delay and how a resolution might take months to happen. 


Clear Admit
US, 11 April 

INSEAD Hosts Women at Work Conference, Addresses the Gender Wage Gap
INSEAD Associate Professor of Decision Sciences Natalia Karelaia led a discussion during the Women at Work conference on what can be done about the gender wage gap.  


The Nikkei
Japan, 11 April 
In Japanese

Douglas Webber, Professor of Political Science at INSEAD, points out the complications if the UK decides to leave without an agreement with the EU. Customs controls would have to be erected at the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. He states how supporters of Brexit among the MPs in the UK Parliament seem to have been indifferent to the implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland.   

China, 10 April 

(TV) China's 'leadership' in travel safety & FAA's fall from grace 
Boeing’s bad news keeps growing after two of its 737 Max 8 planes crashed within five months. Are company ties to the U.S. government partially to blame, and what new role has China played in keeping the skies safe? INSEAD Professor of Entrepreneurship Henrich Greve comments. 
Other coverage: 
China Business News (YiCai) 


Quality Digest
US, 10 April  
Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge

A Whopper Turnaround by Burger King  
Pierre Chandon, Professor of Marketing at INSEAD, writes that a new INSEAD case study, “Can 3G Capital Make Burger King Cool Again?”, demonstrates how it is possible to turn around a stale brand on a budget.   

Maeil Business Newspaper
South Korea, 9 April 

잘 나가는 항공사일수록 비행기 교체에 뜸들이는 이유
Henrich Greve, Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, and Vibha Gaba, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, in their latest research finds out how financial performance affects an airline’s focus on safety. 

Xerfi Canal
France, 8 April 
In French
(TV) Réformer l’assurance-chômage : incitation ou punition? 
Alexandra Roulet, Assistant Professor of Economics at INSEAD, shares her analyses on reforming unemployment insurance in France based on her book, Améliorer les appariements sur le marché du travail (Presses de Sciences Po).  

US, 8 April 

When a Colleague Dies, CEOs Change How They Lead
Guoli Chen, Associate Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, writes how the death of a friend or close colleague can heighten awareness of death’s inevitability and lead to a natural re-evaluation of values, priorities, and the way we spend our time. 

Forbes India
India, 8 April 
Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge 
The skills that global cosmopolitans bring to the table
Linda Brimm, INSEAD Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour, writes how professionals versed in several cultures have an exceptional ability to learn from experience. 


UK, 7 April  

The key to loving your job in the age of burnout
Gianpiero Petriglieri, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, notes that more and more, our sense of self is connected to the kind of person we believe ourselves to be—a combination of profession and meaning—and not to our place of work. He calls this group of people “nomadic professionals”.  

Alternatives Economiques  
France, 1 April
In French

DÉBAT  Faut-il réduire la durée des allocations chômage ?
Alexandra Roulet, Assistant Professor of Economics at INSEAD, discusses what is required to reform the French unemployment insurance system. 

US, 28 March 

(Featuring article from Barrons): Low-cost airlines are unlikely to dump the Boeing 737 MAX
Henrich Greve, Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, and Vibha Gaba, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, write on their research on how financial performance affects an airline’s focus on safety.  


Ukrainian Corporate Governance Academy
Ukraine, 28 April 2018

(Video) Exclusive Interview with Ludo Van Der Heyden 
Ludo Van der Heyden, The INSEAD Chaired Professor of Corporate Governance at INSEAD,  talks  about the nature of the board, what constitutes an effective board, the responsibilities of board members and more in this video interview.


WeChat Highlights


China, 5 April 
In Chinese

INSEAD's global media coverage for the month of March relating to institutional, faculty and research, and alumni news is showcased in this article.   

China, 5 April  

Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, reveals in his research that the next American recession could be coming soon. 

China, 22 March 
In Chinese

洞察丨清华-INSEAD EMBA申请倒计时
The Tsinghua-INSEAD EMBA (TIEMBA) Programme is a unique partnership between INSEAD and Tsinghua, one of China’s most prestigious universities. It is ranked the #3 EMBA programme in the world by Financial Times in 2018. With the latest round of application season coming to an end, click on the link to find out more. 





Financial Times
UK, 15 April

Jan Erik Saugestad: everyone should be investing responsibly 
Jan Erik Saugestad MBA'91D, Executive Vice-President of Asset Management at Storebrand, shares how the company is seeking to capitalise on surging interest in sustainable investment with a greater push into Europe. 


Market Screener
US, 11 April  

Munters Group, a global leader in sustainable climate solutions for demanding industrial applications, announces the appointment of  Klas Forsström AMP'06Jul as its new President and CEO.  


Asia Tatler 
Singapore, 10 April 

I Am Generation T: Steven Kim 
Steven Kim MBA'10D, a Jakarta-based entrepreneur talks about business, perseverance, procrastination and Paris. He states how attending INSEAD was an eye-opening experience which made him appreciate for the first time all the amazing cultures and people around the world. 



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