20 January 2020

INSEAD study reveals how to unlock the potential of France's workforce

INSEAD researchers find a new generation of French workers focused on improving their skills, achieving greater social impact and increasing diversity.

14 January 2020

INSEAD’s inaugural Business and Society Forum to explore the role of business in improving health and wellbeing

The Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society partners with ChangeNOW, AXA, and the INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative to explore innovative solutions for tackling global health challenges.

18 December 2019

Thomson Reuters/INSEAD 2019Q4 survey: Asian business sentiment bounces back, but caution abounds

Confidence among Asian businesses rebounded sharply this quarter to hit an 18-month high with firms reporting a pickup in sales, though most are holding off on hiring as trade war uncertainty weighs, a Thomson Reuters/INSEAD survey found.

11 December 2019

INSEAD to open first permanent facility in North America

The INSEAD San Francisco Hub for Business Innovation will offer a leading, cutting-edge, global management education in North America. 

06 December 2019

Continuous monitoring is necessary to reduce risk in AI and machine learning-based medical technology

In their research on new challenges facing regulators in AI and machine learning-based medical technology, the professors recommend that regulators focus on continuous monitoring and risk assessment, and less on planning for future algorithm changes.  

04 December 2019

A new way to measure long-term firm performance and shareholder value

INSEAD and Wharton introduce LIVA: a metric that gauges the true impact of investment or strategic action on shareholder value.

29 November 2019

INSEAD research finds investors are not walking the talk of gender diversity

New INSEAD research suggests that despite proclamations of support, investors perceive companies which increase female representation on their board as having a weaker commitment to shareholder value and are likely to punish them accordingly.

26 November 2019

The second annual “Business as a Force for Good” award recognises six outstanding Canadian companies making a positive impact on the world

Jointly organised by the INSEAD NAA Canada and the INSEAD Alumni Fund, the award aims to recognise Canadian businesses who have demonstrated thought-leadership with respect to “Business as a Force for Good”. 

19 November 2019

INSEAD Professors W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne top the Thinkers50 2019 ranking

Mauborgne is the first woman to occupy the number one position and Kim is the first from North Asia. It is the first time professors from a European business school are named the world’s most influential management thinkers. Professors Erin Meyer and Gianpiero Petriglieri have also advanced their ranking.

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