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Three Objectives for Moving Forward With AI

Three Objectives for Moving Forward With AI

Jason Davis, INSEAD Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise | May 14, 2019 Taking ownership of AI is about more than technological competencies – it’s an overarching organisational challenge. If Big Data is the oil that fuels the digital economy,...

Why AI’s Video Game Supremacy Matters for Managers

Why AI’s Video Game Supremacy Matters for Managers

Benjamin Kessler, Managing Editor | May 1, 2019 Today Starcraft II and Dota 2; tomorrow, the business world? This article is part of a series entitled “The Future of Management”, about how changes in culture and technology are reshaping what managers do. INSEAD...

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Cities

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Cities

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy, and Bruno Lanvin, INSEAD Executive Director for Global Indices | April 16, 2019 Our Global Talent Competitiveness Index explains the importance of cities in innovation. If asked “What’s the most talent...

The Pivotal Management Challenge of the AI Era

The Pivotal Management Challenge of the AI Era

Theodoros Evgeniou, INSEAD Professor of Decision Sciences and Technology Management | April 8, 2019 Managers and leaders have nothing to fear from AI – except missing out. History indicates that major technological changes can take about half a century to go from the...

Global Open Innovation in the Silicon Valley of Sport

Global Open Innovation in the Silicon Valley of Sport

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy | April 1, 2019 One of the world’s biggest football clubs has set out a pioneering collaborative strategy of innovation. With annual revenue of more than one billion dollars last year, FC Barcelona is one of the...

How Authenticity Shapes Your Playlist

How Authenticity Shapes Your Playlist

Noah Askin, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and Joeri Mol, University of Melbourne Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies | February 25, 2019 In the digital era, the way we assess authenticity in music has changed. It’s an experience from a...

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Countries, 2019

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Countries, 2019

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy, and Bruno Lanvin, INSEAD Executive Director of Global Indices | January 21, 2019 Entrepreneurial talent is a critical component of both competitiveness and innovation. A single genius cannot power an entire...

The Multinational Fuelled by Thousands of Entrepreneurs

The Multinational Fuelled by Thousands of Entrepreneurs

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy | January 21, 2019 Haier’s business model has created a worldwide entrepreneurship movement. In this year’s Global Talent Competitiveness Index, we have seen how vital entrepreneurial talent is for a thriving...

Will Apple Be the Next Nokia?

Will Apple Be the Next Nokia?

Yves Doz, INSEAD Emeritus Professor of Strategic Management | January 11, 2019 Amid a stunning slowdown in smartphone sales, what does the future hold for Apple and its global tech rivals? I have recently had the privilege of talking with high-ranking executives at...

In Crowdsourcing, You Have to Know How to Say “No Thanks”

In Crowdsourcing, You Have to Know How to Say “No Thanks”

Henning Piezunka, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise, and Linus Dahlander, Associate Professor of Strategy, ESMT Berlin | December 14, 2018 Rejection can actually strengthen relationships between companies and the crowd. At the best...