The INSEAD Alumni Association (IAA) was founded by alumni in 1961.It represents all INSEAD alumni and acts as its spokesperson towards the various stakeholder groups of INSEAD.
Often, it is not the application of management dogmas.
Daniel Bloch rather locates the difference in building a sense from creativity and passion, giving small businesses above all the strength to keep up with the frontrunners of the market.
With more than 80 nationalities represented across its three campuses, INSEAD consistently earns the title of most diverse business school in the world. But, in fact, it was a study group at INSEAD – and the beginning of a friendship that has endured for more than 15 years (and counting). Read more With origins dating back the early 90’s the INSEAD Private Equity Club (IPEC) is represented by both an Alumni Club and Student Club dedicated to the private markets – this broadly comprises of private equity, real assets, secondary funds and deals, and venture capital.
Read more“A Georgian, a Finn, a Swiss, an Englishman and a Dutchman… Read more A diverse workforce brings varied perspectives that contribute to an organisation’s prosperity, yet only one in five C-suite leaders is a woman and fewer than one in 30 is a woman of colour, according to a new study from Lean and Mc Kinsey.
The rise and rapid adoption of social media, the Internet of Things, and the myriad of emerging new digital technologies have opened up new opportunities for cross-continental connections that weren’t possible a decade ago.