Caveat: Before I continue on this sharing, I would like to highlight that many of the key takeaways posted in this blog are literally taken from the assignment that I have submitted post-module, least I get accused of plagiarising my own work. :)
This is one of those posts where I reuse and share some of my reflections done for the module. Data, Models & Decisions (DMD) is one of the courses that the class did in module one of the TIEMBA programme. With the explosion of data and now the capability to store and process it, DMD is particularly important.
This post is definitely late in the coming and after reading it, you will probably understand why. The readings are piling up, the assignments are never ending and the pressure is definitely mounting. Not trying to find excuses, but it is getting tougher and tougher to keep up the pace of posting on this blog. The intensity of the TIEMBA programme turned up a few notches right after module two.
Our professors are phenomenal, and bring a true mix of perspectives, real-world experiences and dare I say humour and entertainment to the classroom.
I have been taught by the best in the world – what a privilege!
Reflecting on my INSEAD experience so far on my last day in Kampala, Uganda, brings a fresh perspective on what was and what could have been. A lot has happened in the past seven months, and as the recruitment drive moves into full swing for the majority of my class it’s only fair to look back on the academic journey and share some thoughts for prospective students. Nostalgia is at the door but it isn’t time to open it yet!
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As my INSEAD journey continues, I have recognised that I really like how dynamic the classes are. At school, we learn from a variety of activities - not only the lectures or methodology, but how to apply them in teams and in business.The faculty encourages us to do reflections after class, which is an efficient way to remember the courses and to improve oneself. In this video, you will see examples of our Strategy and Organisational Behaviour courses. Enjoy :)
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