National weeks have always been an INSEAD tradition, and we were honoured to have been selected to host the cultural week this year. During the week of May 17th, we hosted Chinese Culture Week and presented the diverse elements that China has to offer, including food, dance, calligraphy, costume, travel, business culture, and society.
A few weeks ago I attended a Process and Operations Management lecture, where Professor Florin Ciocan depicted the Inditex operating model and honored its founder,
INSEAD's MBA programme is a 10-month accelerated programme that develops successful, thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs who create value for their organisations and their communities.
INSEAD's Master in Management (MIM) programme is designed to empower the next generation of well-rounded, agile-thinking and innovative individuals who are ready to make a positive impact in today's society. If you are a young professional with zero to two years of work experience looking to learn beyond theory, acquire practical skills and maximise your career potential, INSEAD's MIM is one to explore.
Businesses come in all shape and forms, but family businesses have always lit a magical spark in my heart. Perhaps my fascination traces back to my experiences growing up in an entrepreneurial family, watching my parents build their business over the years, and joining them on this journey as a daughter and ‘consultant’.
The Robin Hood Scholarship Campaign is an INSEAD student tradition around solidarity. Led by our MBA students, this (Fun!) Fundraising campaign aims to provide a need-based diversity scholarship to one deserving candidate from the following intake. Next week we will be hosting an auction, where students are offering their time and talents to host activities or offer special products. These activities/products will be given to bidders offering the highest prices in the auction - with auction proceeds going towards the scholarship fund!
Four apartments in six months. Cliché Emily-in-Paris locked out of my apartment twice. Job-in-limbo for half a year. For a time when the pandemic forced people to stay in one place, I was all over the place, I didn’t know what my place was. Well, fellow person-in-transition with ambitions and plastered hopes of making this year yours, welcome to the co-generational class of hello pandemic, now what?
Partners and children enrich and enliven our community and we try to make sure that everyone benefits from the INSEAD experience. Through the availability of on-campus support, activities and the INSEAD Partners' community INSEAD children even get their own network of international friends, just like mum and dad. Plus, both Singapore and Fontainebleau are child-friendly places to live. Listen on your favourite platform