What are the meaningful ways that women and gender-diverse individuals can be hired and authentically included in a company’s leadership?
When you think of storytelling, you might picture your grandfather on the Ohio River, catching a fish that looms larger with every retelling. Or maybe you picture people gathered around a campfire, swapping tales about their past. In modern life, we tend to believe that storytelling, or at least the concept of storytelling, is old-fashioned. Instead, we want hard facts and statistics that prove our points beyond a shadow of a doubt. The new focus is creating data-driven business strategy.
I couldn’t have asked for a better P4/5 break!
Reminiscences from a bicycle trip through the forest of Fontainebleau
Coming from a background in science and start-ups, many of my MBA programme options felt like a strong departure from the unfamiliar mind-expanding experiences, on-the-job learning, and team-building challenges of start-ups into a world of conservatism, risk management, and generally-accepted best practices—except for INSEAD.
I’m no stranger to live music nights. When I lived in Hong Kong (where I grew up and also worked before INSEAD), I used to volunteer for Sofar Sounds Hong Kong, a global movement based on secret gigs built to promote live music in intimate settings.
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
Since I hail from a non-business background, my main goal in pursuing a business school education was to gain finance and other hard skills, so as to become a general manager within the pharmaceutical industry, my current work area.
After a two-month summer break, I was so happy to restart the MBA and reunite with my INSEAD family once again. For the fourth period of the programme (which we call P4), I went on a campus exchange to Fontainebleau. It was nice to be in Europe, and to experience some true French ways of living - especially in the cozy small town of Fonty.
Help! What programme should I apply for? I get this question every day, but before you read on, keep in mind three critical points: