The EMC is a perception-altering experience.
There are many aspects that are relevant to both work and life.
I learned how to lead myself to the goals I have in life.
The INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) is a degree programme unlike any other. Spanning over 18 months and eight modules of three to four days, it takes you deep into the basic drivers of human behaviour and the hidden dynamics of organisations.
Discover the INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) through the eyes of four alumni - a former investment banker, a consultant, a headhunter and a group CFO. How did they experience this intensive learning journey together, and how did it transform their personal and professional lives?
“In life, change is inevitable, in business, change is vital.” So says Warren G. Bennis, an American scholar, organisational consultant, and author. We’re certain that most, if not all, business people would agree with him. However, the sheer pace of change continues to accelerate. How can leaders help organisations to thrive in a constantly changing environment?
The Annals of Psychodynamic-Systemic Practitioner Research is a collection of works written by INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) students for their final master’s theses. These exploratory studies seek to bridge the discourse between the academic and business worlds by addressing selected organisational challenges and linking them to strong theoretical foundations with pragmatic and actionable practitioner insights.
“As an MBA student at INSEAD, I was young, ambitious and focused on success,” says Loren Shuster MBA’96J and EMC’14, now Chief People Officer of LEGO. “If anyone had told me I’d return to do a second programme about ‘the basic drivers of human behaviour and organisational dynamics’, I wouldn’t have believed them.”
INSEAD’s Executive Master in Change (EMC) began with a vision and an objective: to provide business professionals with new lenses through which to see and understand their world holistically—starting with themselves and moving outward to family, group and community dynamics, and finally to use that knowledge to create more effective organisations.
The INSEAD Executive Master in Change (EMC) is designed for HR professionals, coaches, consultants and business professionals who are seeking new ways to facilitate change and make a positive impact on their organisation.