INSEAD Celebrates 50 Years of Women Leading Academic Excellence
INSEAD unveiled 50 big ideas from 50 of its remarkable female academics through its ‘50 Years, 50 Women, 50 Ideas‘ key initiative. These ideas, from the school’s female faculty and doctoral alumnae, celebrate 50 years of INSEAD women leading academic excellence. INSEAD Press Release
Global – 11 June 


Finding the Middle Ground in a Politically Polarized World
Craig Smith, the INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility, discusses the challenges companies face as they are asked to engage with social, environmental and economic issues. Corporate political activism is often framed as “take a stand or be silent.” Consumers and employees increasingly expect companies to engage with social, environmental, and economic issues, but in thinking about how to respond to these issues, business leaders can find themselves between a rock and a hard place. To gauge whether — and how — to jump into the political fray, business leaders should consider the issue’s importance to company financial performance and relevance to stated values.Sloan Management Review
USA – 14 June

What do leaders need to cultivate to ensure tactical execution – Part II
(Reprinted from INSEAD Knowledge) – 
INSEAD Professor of Management Practice Ian Woodward explains the three altitudes of Leadership and how to consciously create a set of mindsets and habits that work effectively across all three of them.  AMEinfo
UAE – 10 June

Rosé, la révolution du palais
Formerly disregarded by wine connoisseurs, the rosé wine has seen its popularity considerably improved since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie produced their rosé wine, which made it into the ranking of the best 100 wines worldwide published by Wine Spectator in 2013. Since then, the rosé wine is on all tables. Hilke Plassmann, INSEAD Associate Professor of Marketing and the INSEAD Chaired Professor of Decision Neuroscience, explains that price labels and general reputation influence our liking of wine. France 5 
France – 10 June
In French

Feel Busy All the Time? There’s an Upside to That.
According to a new study from Amitava Chattopadhyay, INSEAD Professor of Marketing, and Monica Wadhwa, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Marketing, if you perceive yourself to be a busy person and have what the researchers call a “busy mindset,” that can lead to feeling more important, which in turn can inspire you to make healthier choices. 
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The Philippines – Entrepreneur 

Harvard Business Review
UK – 6 June