INSEAD in the NEWS – Latest

  • Power is Everywhere: How Stakeholder-Driven Media Build the Future of Watchdog News
    Luk N. Van Wassenhove, INSEAD Professor of Technology and Operations Management, Dr Mark Lee Hunter, INSEAD Adjunct Professor and Senior Research Fellow at INSEAD, based in the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre, and Maria Besiou launched a new book ‘Power is everywhere’ on how ‘stakeholder- driven-media’ can remedy to the many issues of the news industry today. Do alternative facts count more than straight facts? Does fake news beats thin news?France – The Global Editors Network (GEN) 
    How real facts beat alternative facts

    US – NiemanLab
    “Stakeholder-driven journalism” is the real future of watchdog reporting, a new book argues

  • 7 strategies to take Singapore forward
    INSEAD Professor of Technology and Operations Management Serguei Netessine is part of Singapore’s Committee on the Future Economy (CFE) which released a 109-page report with recommendations to help the country navigate a more uncertain global environment in the next 10 years. The committee laid out seven strategies to maximise Singapore’s chances of success and assure workers of sustainable wage growth and meaningful careers.  Singapore – The Straits Times 
  • Who’s Responsible? The Ethics of the Sharing Economy
    Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge
    Craig Smith, INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility asks whether the responsibilities of “sharing economy” giants like Uber and airbnb, differ from those of traditional companies. The Huffington Post UK – 2 February