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Disrupting the Car Insurance Industry

Disrupting the Car Insurance Industry

Brian Rogers, Senior Business Development Manager at Swiss Re Institute; Karel Cool, INSEAD Professor of Strategic Management; and Christophe Angoulvant, Senior Partner and Global Head of Insurance at Roland Berger | January 15, 2018 The London-based start-up Cuvva...

What the Productivity Paradox Means for Our Economic Future

What the Productivity Paradox Means for Our Economic Future

Taimur Baig, Managing Director and Chief Economist for Group Research, DBS Bank | January 11, 2018 In the midst of a tech boom, productivity growth is slowing. Is the global economy simply gathering strength, or is innovation becoming elusive? In his seminal 2016...

Should We Fear the Robot Revolution?

Should We Fear the Robot Revolution?

Vinika D. Rao, Executive Director of the INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute | December 21, 2017 The AI boom holds both utopian and dystopian possibilities that we may not yet be prepared for. Changes wrought by new technologies are often regarded with suspicion in...

The Three Dilemmas of Data Gathering

The Three Dilemmas of Data Gathering

Annet Aris, INSEAD Adjunct Professor of Strategy | December 20, 2017 What companies do with customer data needs to be considered more closely. “Alexa, order more tissues.” “Siri, set a reminder to phone the doctor.” “OK Google, turn on the light in the hallway...

The Structures That Can Support Your Digital Journey

The Structures That Can Support Your Digital Journey

Charles Galunic, INSEAD Professor of Organisational Behaviour | December 14, 2017 Digitisation efforts gain real legitimacy only when they move to the business core. This is the fifth article in our special series on the Digital Journey. We regularly hear that...

Competition in the Age of Amazon

Competition in the Age of Amazon

Henrich Greve, INSEAD Professor of Entrepreneurship, and Seo Yeon Song, INSEAD PhD Student | December 7, 2017 Amazon’s dominance is changing the power structure of publishing – a pattern that may be borne out in several other industries. If digital disruption amounts...

How the Digital Revolution Is Transforming the IT Hierarchy

How the Digital Revolution Is Transforming the IT Hierarchy

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Strategy | December 5, 2017 The ability to adapt and learn quickly helps smaller IT companies compete against industry heavyweights. How will the digital revolution transform the IT sector? As firms focus on the need for...

Insurtech Is Hitting Critical Mass

Insurtech Is Hitting Critical Mass

Christophe Angoulvant, Senior Partner and Global Head of Insurance at Roland Berger; Karel Cool, BP Chaired Professor of European Competitiveness at INSEAD; Brian Rogers, Senior Business Development Manager at Swiss Re Institute | November 27, 2017 The wisest...

The Strategic Decisions That Caused Nokia’s Failure

The Strategic Decisions That Caused Nokia’s Failure

Yves Doz, INSEAD Emeritus Professor of Strategic Management | November 23, 2017 The moves that led to Nokia’s decline paint a cautionary tale for successful firms. In less than a decade, Nokia emerged from Finland to lead the mobile phone revolution. It rapidly grew...

Retail Trading Ripe for Fintech Disruption

Retail Trading Ripe for Fintech Disruption

Warren Lee, Fintech Strategist, DBS Bank (INSEAD EMFin), and Theodoros Evgeniou, INSEAD Professor of Decision Sciences and Technology Management | November 6, 2017 Start-ups in the capital market space are a small part of the fintech world but find multiple...