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Wage transparency works: Reduces gender pay gap by 7 percent
INSEAD Professor of Economics Morten Bennedsen’s latest research shows for the first time that that wage transparency really works, reducing gender pay gap. The results of this study, Bennedsen says, raise the bar for policy makers and business leaders.   INSEAD Press Release
Global, 6 December 
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Is the European Union on the brink of disintegration?
Douglas Webber, INSEAD Professor of Political Science, analyses in his new book European Disintegration? The Politics of Crisis in the European Union, whether the European Union’s foundations are strong enough to maintain unity should crises emerge.  INSEAD Press Release
Global, 5 December 
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Harvard Business Review

(TV) China has the upper hand in a long drawn out trade war: Professor Antonio Fatas
The U.S. and China may be on equal grounds right now, but over time, the Chinese economy will become bigger than the U.S. and that will give Beijing the upper hand over Washington, says Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD. CNBC Asia 
Singapore, 2 December  
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Haier’s CEO gives distinguished lecture at INSEAD
On 23 November, INSEAD welcomed Mr Zhang Ruimin, Chairman and CEO of Haier Group, to its Europe campus in Fontainebleau, France. Mr Zhang shares about Haier’s Rendanheyi model and how it enables Haier to maintain the vitality of venture enterprises in the Internet Age. Peter Zemsky, INSEAD Deputy Dean, and Felipe Monteiro, Affiliate Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, comment. INSEAD Press Release
Global, 26 November 

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China.orgPeople.cnEastDayChina.comHebei FinanceJiangsu China,  Human Resources Director

Hope something productive comes out of G-20: Analyst
Pushan Dutt, Professor of Economics & Political Science at INSEAD, says that the best we can hope for is that the U.S. and China negotiate in good faith; but he expects the trade imbalance to deteriorate further.  CNBC Asia
Singapore, 30 November 
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CFOs: This is How You Help Staff Set Goals Especially During Tough Times
Amitava Chattopadhyay, Professor of Marketing at INSEAD, points out that business leaders and senior management executives might want to set small incremental goals for their staffers rather than a status quo one especially when expecting a tough time ahead. 

CFO Innovation
Hong Kong, 30 November 

 

 

 

 

 

(TV) Channel NewsAsia – Primetime Asia News: Wed 28 Nov 2018 (9m20s) 
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, analyses the impact of a hard and soft Brexit deal. He shares what he thinks would be the most likely outcome and what this means for Asia.  Channel NewsAsia
Singapore, 28 November  

 

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Projecting a vision for business in society: André Hoffmann, Roche
INSEAD received its largest historical gift of €40 million from André Hoffmann MBA’90D and his wife Rosalie in the summer of 2018. The gift enabled the establishment of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society which promises to bring fresh perspectives and innovative solutions to the most intractable global issues that threaten our sustainable future. 

PwC
USA, 22 November

INSEAD Professor’s New Book On Leading Transformation Shows Executives How To Take Charge Of Their Company’s Future

Nathan Furr, Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, in his new book, Leading Transformation: How to Take Charge of Your Company’s Future, provides organisations with a radical method for breaking through human behaviour barriers to innovating, adapting, and competing. 

Diamond Online 
Japan, 19 November 2018
In Japanese

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(Print) Why Fair Play Underplays Good Governance in the Digital Age 
Ludo Van der Heyden, Emeritus Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD, says that while digital technology is often billed to boost efficiency and make everyone’s lives easier, the job of governance is actually becoming more difficult. 

The National Business Review
New Zealand, 16 November 

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(TV) Singapore Tonight (10m40s)
Singapore Minister for Trade and Industry Mr. Chan Chun Sing delivered the keynote speech at the INSEAD Alumni Forum and Campaign Launch Asia. He outlined three ways where business can be a force for good. Channel NewsAsia
Singapore, 10 November
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(TV) Proposed Brexit deal ‘doesn’t satisfy anyone’: Professor

Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, says “everyone is going to be unhappy” with Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit proposal, but it will probably be approved out of fear of the alternatives. CNBC Asia
Singapore, 14 November 2018

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She wants to tip the balance
Professor Zoe Kinias, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD and Academic Director of INSEAD Gender Initiative, discusses INSEAD’s Gender Initiative which is built on the school’s core organisational value of diversity and decades of gender diversity efforts. The Gender Initiative integrates research, business, and pedagogy to engage the full potential of women around the world.The Standard 
Hong Kong, 13 November

(TV) Ep 2: Taking The Right Turn? (19m25s) 
Jason Davis, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD, analyses the interesting economics of ride-hailing apps/firms and why these companies have so much power and what stance authorities should take towards regulating this industry.  Channel NewsAsia 
Singapore, 12 November 

If Your Innovation Effort Isn’t Working, Look at Who’s on the Team

In INSEAD Assistant Professor of Strategy Nathan Furr’s new book, Leading Transformation: How to Take Charge of Your Company’s Future, he and his co-authors highlight certain capabilities to search for and cultivate while building a transformative team. Specifically, there are three unique characteristics that will play critical roles as a team takes on a breakthrough initiative.  Harvard Business Review
USA, 9 November 

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The pop-up fatigue
Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge
INSEAD Emeritus Professor of Marketing Hubert Gatignon tells us that pop-ups are ideal for brands that want to cause a stir. But as the trend grows more and more widespread, that sense of conversation-starting novelty becomes harder to achieve.Trends Middle East
UAE, 6 November

 

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Why modest goals are so appealing
Amitava Chattopadhyay, Professor of Marketing at INSEAD, finds in his research that people feel it’s easier to achieve a small incremental goal than to maintain the status quo, when both goals are assessed in isolation. This is especially true if the context is seen as unfavourable.  MedicalXpress
UK, 8 November 
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How Nokia bounced back
Quy Huy, Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, highlights how Nokia’s board had assumed a unique role to help the former mobile giant find a radically new strategic direction.  Forbes India 
India, 6 November 
Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge

(Podcast) What Will Bolsonaro’s Election Mean for Brazil? 
Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy, discusses what changes Brazil is likely to see under its new president elect, Jair Bolsonaro.  Knowledge @ Wharton
USA, 5 November 

(Print) Exiting the dragon: examining options for returning capital 
Claudia Zeisberger, Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise and Academic Director of INSEAD Global Private Equity Initiative (GPEI), and Ian Potter, Distinguished Fellow at INSEAD GPEI, discuss that Beijing wants more companies to use domestic markets to realise value, but is the plan working? South China Morning Post
Hong Kong, 3 November (For the full clipping, please email us.)

Business Does Not Need the Humanities — But Humans Do
Gianpiero Petriglieri, Associate Professor of Organisational Behavior at INSEAD, writes that once humanities stop having to be useful, they become truly meaningful. Only that will allow “team human” to catch up with “team machine”. But neither, ultimately, must get too far ahead or we will lose a struggle that keeps us human and makes societies prosper.   Harvard Business Review
USA, 2 November 

INSEAD教授菲利普·安德森赴中国浦东干部学院授课 
INSEAD Professor of Entrepreneurship Philip Anderson visited the China Executive Leadership Academy in Pudong, to give a lecture on “Organisational Change Management in the Digital Age”.  WeChat
China, 2 November
In Chinese

Home Made raises further £2M for its premium online lettings agency 
Home Made, a London premium online lettings agency co-founded in 2016 by Asaf Navot, MBA’09D, has raised a further £2 million in funding.  Tech Crunch
USA, 7 November

 

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INSEAD’s best-selling case authors demonstrate deeper learning about business success
Five professors from INSEAD have been named in The Case Centre’s top 40 best-selling authors. They are, W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, Professors of Strategy at INSEAD; Pierre Chandon, The L’Oréal Chaired Professor of Marketing–Innovation and Creativity at INSEAD; Wolfgang Ulaga, Senior Affiliate Professor of Marketing at INSEAD; and David Dubois, Associate Professor of Marketing & Cornelius Grupp Fellow in Digital Analytics for Consumer Behaviour.

How to Say No To Crowdsourced Ideas 
Henning Piezunka, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD, in his latest research indicates that managers may use explicit rejections to foster contributors’ willingness to engage. More findings are available at his forthcoming paper in Academy of Management Journal, ‘Idea Rejected, Tie Formed: Organisations’ Feedback on Crowdsourced Ideas’. Harvard Business Review USA, November-December issue  

How to Capitalise on Your Team’s Diversity
Sujin Jang, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, finds in her research that teams are much more creative when they have one or more members who acted as ‘cultural brokers’. Scientific American 
USA, 23 October 

New case study & reflections on Kiva’s impact journey
Jasjit Singh, Professor of Strategy at INSEAD and The Paul Dubrule Chaired Professor of Sustainable Development, has a new case study titled “Kiva’s Impact Strategy”. The  case documents Kiva’s impact journey since its creation, and highlights ongoing initiatives to continue to strengthen Kiva’s impact.  Medium
USA, 18 October

MBA Professors To Look Out For—2018
The article features the hottest new professors on MBA campuses around the world who should be on everyone’s radar. One professor featured is Elizabeth Baily Wolf, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. Professor Mark Mortensen, Chair of the Organisational Behaviour area at INSEAD, shares his recommendations.  Business Because
UK, 15 October

Expect a ‘compromise’ between Italy and the EU: Professor
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, shares his thoughts and analysis on Italy’s submission of its draft budget to the European Union. He says that the EU is unlikely to have any “appetite for yet another conflict” with Italy. 
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Singapore, 14 October