(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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Channel 8 NewsChannel 5 News (15m20s), The Straits Times 

(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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QuartzSingularity Hub


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