Tips for MBA students to get the most out of their MBA experience in preparation for their career journey after graduation.
One of the few certainties emerging from COVID-19 is that it will have a lasting impact on the way people work. Employees are adjusting to a new set of realities in the workplace, with research showing 48 per cent are likely to work remotely at least some of the time – compared to 30 per cent before the pandemic (Gartner, 2020). The pandemic has merely fast-tracked a longer-term trend that is radically transforming the way organisations conduct business.
The last 12 months have shown us that the unpredictable can happen and even our best-laid career plans don’t always work out the way we intend them to. To help us explain how we can understand and succeed in an ever-changing career landscape, we are joined by two individuals responsible for ensuring students INSEAD's pioneering INSEAD Master in Management class build solid foundations for their future career success. Our Guests
What is possible when you start to reimagine yourself and unleash your human potential? At the recent Professional Women's Network (PWN) Global Summit I gave a presentation on the topic "Navigating Careers in Turbulent Times", and I'd like to share some of my thoughts on this blog as well.
For those who have already decided on what career path they are looking to transition to, INSEAD does offer many mechanisms to help.
The Leadership Development Programme has really helped us become better leaders.
Myth: An Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) is a programme for banking professionals. INSEAD’s EMFin Programme Director Massimo Massa (right), who is also the Rothschild Chaired Professor of Banking and INSEAD Professor of Finance, debunks this myth and shares more about the type of participants who come into the programme.
To get a head start for a great management career in today’s business world, you need more than just a solid foundation in business. You will need an edge in both technology and people skills. To truly make an impact, you must also understand the world's most pressing issues, and how business and society must innovate to be a force for good.
The region of Asia is incredibly diverse in people and culture, and you need to be aware of those differences to be successful when conducting business or pursuing a career in Asia. The Tsinghua–INSEAD Executive MBA (TIEMBA) is a unique partnership between INSEAD and Tsinghua, one of China’s most prestigious universities. The programme takes place across INSEAD’s three campuses in Singapore, Abu Dhabi and Fontainebleau (France), and Tsinghua’s campuses in Beijing and Shenzhen.
David joined Morgan Stanley upon graduating from the INSEAD MBA in 2008 and has worked his way up over the last 12 years to become a managing director for the company in London. He’s convinced by the long-term value of an MBA and thinks that although the current crisis serves up challenges for graduating MBA students, hard work and focus will ultimately present to them the career opportunities they crave.