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Tuesday, 02 April 2019 09:54

How Regret Can Be Your Friend

Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries, INSEAD Distinguished Clinical Professor of Leadership Development & Organisational Change When managed properly, regret is a great decision-making tool. Dealing with regret is a universal human experience. All of us have made poor or…
Marc Le Menestrel, INSEAD Visiting Professor of Corporate Governance and Sustainability | January 28, 2019 Having honest, adult conversations about corruption requires accepting that none of us is ethically pure. These days, I sometimes begin my classes on corruption with…
Monday, 21 January 2019 08:46

R&D Spending: Steady Wins the Race

Jürgen Mihm, INSEAD Professor of Technology and Operations Management To maximise R&D output, firms should evenly spread their R&D spending over time. In business, both persistence and dynamism have a certain ring to it. Persistence suggests steadiness and a concern…
Monday, 21 January 2019 08:44

Making the Leap to Entrepreneurship

Antoine Tirard (INSEAD MBA ‘97D), Founder, NexTalent; and Claire Harbour-Lyell (INSEAD MBA ‘92J), Founder, Culture Pearl Three former corporate executives who migrated to the start-up world share their stories and tips. By some estimates, three start-ups are born every second.…
Henning Piezunka, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, and Linus Dahlander, Associate Professor of Strategy, ESMT Berlin Rejection can actually strengthen relationships between companies and the crowd. At the best of times, corporate innovation is a quest against…
Monday, 21 January 2019 08:42

How Leaders Can Maximise Their Impact

Henrik Bresman, INSEAD Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and Deborah Ancona, Seley Distinguished Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management Effective leaders need to know whether their ‘people hat’ or ‘P&L hat’ fits most comfortably. A leading supermarket chain…
Bart De Roover, INSEAD Adjunct Professor of Partnerships & Strategic Alliances An alliance should continually enable mutual value creation. Otherwise, it’s just a disguised merger. Renault has been on both sides of strategic alliances. In 1993, Renault had to digest…
Sunday, 20 January 2019 12:51

Three Principles for Targeted Innovation

Marcel Corstjens, INSEAD Emeritus Professor of Marketing, and Gregory S. Carpenter, Professor of Marketing Strategy, Kellogg School of Management Leading consumer goods companies can revive their flagging innovation capacities by investing differently. Disruption in slow motion has been the theme…
Over the past several decades, thanks to improved diagnostic and therapeutic options, healthcare has experienced an explosion of innovations designed to improve life expectancy and quality of life. As healthcare organizations face unprecedented challenges to improve quality, reduce harm, improve…
FORBES INSIGHTS With Deloitte https://www.forbes.com/sites/insights-deloitte/2018/01/22/how-the-worlds-top-executives-are-approaching-the-fourth-industrial-revolution/#501330197abd The Fourth Industrial Revolution—which is characterized by the marriage of physical and advanced digital technologies such as analytics, artificial intelligence and the internet of things—affects most aspects of life today. Economists are analyzing its impact…
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