If long run averages are anything to go by, it wouldn't be unreasonable to expect a Fontainebleau to Paris car ride to last 45 minutes. But the moment you throw a national public transport strike into the mix, the travel time increases to an astronomical 2.5 hours. To many a bystander, this would qualify as a high barrier to entry. Hence, if said bystanders chose to cozy up in bed with a warm mug of cocoa, rather than brave the vagaries of Paris’ traffic network, they would probably not be judged too harshly by society.
By demonstrating the benefits of investing in multi-family real estate, these entrepreneurs have raised a private equity fund.
It is incredible how much material each professor was able to deliver, while engaging on all of our questions and discussions.
P4 has been quite a different experience at INSEAD. Now that things are a bit calmer I can finally take a step back and see the bigger picture. Recruiting time. It's something that you can actually feel in the air.
Many senior executives embark on an Executive MBA (EMBA) programme to hone their leadership skills and explore new opportunities as they re-evaluate their career path. As an EMBA is a huge investment of time and money, one would ensure that it is well worth it and eventually lead to a fulfilling career moving forward.
Understanding how to create a fit between our colleagues, our organisation and our corporate goals is essential as we try to make significant contributions in our careers. Today we are talking about transforming yourself and your organisation with our guests from the Executive Master in Change Programme. Our Guests Today Samantha Yarwood
Everybody has diverse needs for career support, whether they are already on their way to building a successful career in their current organisation, or looking to progress in a new organisation or a new field. Today we discuss Career Development and Career Fulfilment to help you engineer not just greater success at work but also personal and professional fulfilment. Our guests today Yassine Lahlou
Before it was cool, my father was an entrepreneur, and although he did not single-handedly invent the “nomad economy”, he certainly applied the concept of taking on new professional challenges every two years, sometimes it felt like every two weeks. For me, that meant constant change: new towns, new schools and new friends.
It is incredible how much has happened this year. As a recent grad and someone who is joining the labour force again, I wanted to share some reflections while answering the most popular question: why did I decide to do an MBA? Let’s summarise it into three reasons:
The ability to change was probably the biggest lesson learned during my GEMBA year.