The INSEAD Global Executive MBA programme (GEMBA) offers an unparalleled experience for senior executives looking to hone their general management skills with a focus on developing a unique leadership style that helps careers to progress further. Participants of the GEMBA will also become part of a unique and close-knit globally distributed INSEAD network spanning 65,000+ alumni.
A lot of times I get asked if doing an MBA is worth it or what the ROI of an INSEAD MBA is. I always say "it depends" on what you're looking for in the short term vs long term. When I went to INSEAD in 2015, I invested EUR 63k on this experience. This was a HUGE financial investment for me as a 25-year old in India with no savings and no family funds to bank on.
The ex-chairman of McKinsey's Asia offices on life, love, business - and why he wants to be ''a whole person''
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In the minds and experience of the four Middle Eastern graduates we spoke to recently, there is no doubt how an MBA from INSEAD not only rewards it's recipients but also has a significant positive impact on their immediate family and people they work with. This is what drove these four alumni to get together and promote the school to Palestinians, helping them through the application process and financial support where needed, to empower those with commercial capabilities and entrepreneurial resilience, and prepare them to succeed in the business world.
Nationality: Filipino Year Graduated: 2021 "I believe INSEAD is a wonderful holistic experience highly driven by a very important value: DIVERSITY. I am constantly evolving in ways that surprise me through the stories I hear and the connections I make in this community."
Venture capital firm White Star Capital recently invested $15million in Flash Coffee, a tech-enabled coffee chain in Southeast Asia. What brought these two companies together?
A few months ago, I had a level of stability that I was grateful for and ‘knew’ that it would remain so. I felt that I had a certain amount of agency over my life and career. My coaching and training work in Hong Kong (after our move from Mainland China) was not just showing a pulse: it looked as if it was on its way to thriving into a successful business. My first book had been published, and the next couple were written and ready as well. Anxiety, helplessness and worry
We are living in the midst of the deepest recession in human history. The International Monetary Fund expects a 3% decline in global GDP this year, the European Union’s economy will contract by 7.4% and perhaps most pessimistically, the International Labour Organisation expects an equivalent of 305 million full-time jobs to be have been lost by the end of June. In every direction, there is a new story of doom and gloom.
The class profiles offer a brief introduction to the participants of each class, showcasing their professional profiles and objectives for pursuing the GEMBA. Be inspired by browsing their stories!