Attracting top talent is a key priority for competitive organisations. But can 'more' become 'too much'?
INSEAD | October 05, 2015
Attractive men may appear more competent, but it won't always land them the job
INSEAD | September 02, 2015
Discriminatory decisions are often driven by a combination of internalised stereotypes and rational self-interest
INSEAD | August 12, 2015
Conventional thinking says that conflict is bad for teamwork and should be kept out of the office, but putting individuals in a conflictual state of mind can enhance their creativity
INSEAD | July 27, 2015
Listing your corporate values is not enough—companies need to wrestle with their cultures to make a difference, distinguishing them from their peers and updating them as they evolve.
INSEAD | July 13, 2015
Fashion moves fast, but sustainability is in. The luxury fashion industry is well placed to meet the trend but it must challenge its tightly-held arrangement with customers
INSEAD | June 26, 2015
There is no value in asking yourself "Am I a leader?" Instead, ask "Who am I leading? And where am I going?"
INSEAD | June 05, 2015
When private equity firms and strategic acquirers meet on the M&A battlefield they come packing very different strategies and artillery. Who has the advantage?
INSEAD | May 20, 2015
Emerging market companies have grabbed market share by doing things faster and cheaper. But their next phase of value creation will come from building their brands
INSEAD | April 27, 2015
Weak players in organisations can overcome their dependence on powerful actors, but it comes at a cost
INSEAD | April 15, 2015