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Harnessing Technology in Our Battle With COVID-19

Harnessing Technology in Our Battle With COVID-19

Theodoros Evgeniou, INSEAD Professor of Decision Sciences and Technology Management; Xian-Sheng Hua, Head of AI Centre, Alibaba DAMO Academy; and Guénaël Rodier, former director, WHO Department of Country Health Emergency Preparedness and International Health...

Safeguarding Privacy in a Pandemic

Safeguarding Privacy in a Pandemic

Andrea Canidio, INSEAD Stone Fellow on Wealth Inequality | April 29, 2020 Speeding up the adoption of blockchain and other digitised ledger technologies (DLT) can help society reconcile security and privacy. In many countries, privacy is in danger of becoming a...

Big Tech Is Rewiring Healthcare in the Platform Revolution

Big Tech Is Rewiring Healthcare in the Platform Revolution

ENTREPRENEURSHIP - BLOG Sangeet Paul Choudary, INSEAD Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Founder & CEO of Platformation Labs | April 15, 2020 The healthcare industry will consolidate around a small number of platforms. The digitisation of patient data and the adoption of...

What China’s Cyber-Cash Advantage Means for the Global Economy

What China’s Cyber-Cash Advantage Means for the Global Economy

Aly Madhavji, (INSEAD MBA'16D) Partner at Blockchain Founders Fund, and Mansoor Madhavji, Partner at Blockchain Founders Fund | March 23, 2020 The rise of cryptocurrency could threaten the dominance of the US dollar and cost the United States trillions in increased...

Consumer Autonomy Violations and the Coming AI Backlash

Consumer Autonomy Violations and the Coming AI Backlash

MARKETING Ziv Carmon, the Alfred H. Heineken Chaired Professor of Marketing at INSEAD; Rom Schrift, Indiana University Kelley School of Business; Klaus Wertenbroch, the Novartis Chaired Professor of Management and the Environment at INSEAD; and Haiyang Yang, Johns...

Disruption and Anti-disruption in the Streaming Economy

Disruption and Anti-disruption in the Streaming Economy

Noah Askin, INSEAD Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, and Benjamin Kessler, Managing Editor |February 4, 2020 For established industry players in entertainment and elsewhere, the ascent of blockchain is a double-edged sword. Blockchain’s promise is to be...

How Many Bad Customer Reviews Is Too Many? One

How Many Bad Customer Reviews Is Too Many? One

Paulo Albuquerque, INSEAD Associate Professor of Marketing, and Marton Varga, INSEAD PhD candidate | January 31, 2020 Sellers should focus less on cultivating a forest of positive reviews, and more on the state of each tree. Online shopping has worked huge changes in...

Is Your Innovation Process a Corporate Illusion?

Is Your Innovation Process a Corporate Illusion?

Vip Vyas, CEO of Distinctive Performance, and Diego Nannicini (INSEAD MBA ‘14J), Associate Consultant at Distinctive Performance | January 24, 2020 The six common blind spots that severely constrain the performance of innovation labs. The term “innovation lab” evokes...

Turn the Office Into a Lab

Turn the Office Into a Lab

Maria Guadalupe, Academic Director of the INSEAD Randomized Controlled Trials Lab | January 24, 2020 Using randomized controlled trials, firms can find out what is really going wrong (and right) in their organisations. When the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics was...

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Countries, 2020

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Countries, 2020

Felipe Monteiro, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Strategy, and Bruno Lanvin, INSEAD Executive Director of Global Indices | January 22, 2020 How artificial intelligence is shaping talent competitiveness around the world. Dystopian science fiction, as well as...