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