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Jan 19, 2022

Could Green Methanol Be What China Needs to Reach Net Zero?
Methanol produced with solar and wind energy is a clean and cheap alternative fuel that could slash China's emissions by as much as 80 percent.

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Jan 18, 2022

A Sociological Take on Creativity: Believe in the Unexpected
Amid the relentless pursuit of creativity, it may be time to reconsider how we define it.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 16, 2022

AI: A World of New Opportunity and Risk
A new toolkit for C-suite execs on how to responsibly adopt artificial intelligence.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 12, 2022

Middle Managers: The Forgotten Heroes of Innovation
The importance of building a support network to implement promising ideas.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 10, 2022

Can Private Equity Make Money While Doing Good?
LPs can help avoid an impact investing debacle, with the right tools.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 09, 2022

ESG Strategy in Action
Lessons from translating a global water conservation strategy into a coherent and impactful action plan.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 04, 2022

The Power of Collective Intelligence
Lessons from an ant colony.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 03, 2022

Using the Global Goals as a Systemic Approach to Relief
With the UN SDGs as a guide, how can non-profits and NGOs do their work while considering long-term impact?

INSEAD Knowledge
Jan 03, 2022

The Devil Is in the Details When Assessing Circular Solutions
Identifying the right blend of circular economy strategies is vital for economic and environmental returns.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 23, 2021

Our Best of 2021: Managing Change in Tumultuous Times
This year's top articles look at adaptation, resilience and how we all manage change.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 22, 2021

How Nasdaq's Board Diversity Rule Creates Potential for Real Change
The new rules requiring qualitative and quantitative disclosure about board diversity will better inform investors and (hopefully) spur further progress.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 21, 2021

Seven Ways to Put Procrastination Behind You
Don't chalk it up to a lack of motivation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 20, 2021

Why Businesses Should Negotiate Prices With Customers
In most scenarios, B2C companies have more to gain by bargaining than not.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 15, 2021

The Hidden Cost of Solar Energy
The current recycling capacity for solar panels can't cope with an influx of customers prematurely discarding their existing panels for cheaper, more efficient models.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 14, 2021

Leading Climate Strategy From the Board
Many boards fail to walk the talk when it comes to fighting climate change. Here are some straightforward solutions for directors.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 13, 2021

China's Urban Rich and the Quest For Common Prosperity
The key to closing China's income gap lies in education and bolstering the ranks of its professionals, the meteoric rise of its urban elites in recent decades suggests.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 07, 2021

Race to Zero: Biz Schools Must Supercharge Firm Engagement
Mixed outcomes from COP26 mean business schools must step up to help business leaders accelerate the transition to a net-zero global economy.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 07, 2021

The Unexpected Role of PE Firms in Reducing Within-Firm Pay Inequality
The incentives that drive PE firms have an interesting by-product: a reduction in income inequalities, such as the gender wage gap.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 06, 2021

The Pursuit of Purpose May Be Harming Your Organisation
People who see their work as a calling tend to be regarded as better employees, with unintended consequences for co-workers as well as their organisation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Dec 01, 2021

Should Firms Encourage Their Customers to Vaccinate?
Private firms can boost their bottom line while promoting pro-social information.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 30, 2021

New Variants Show Why the World Urgently Needs Vaccine Equity
Delivering more vaccines to low- and middle-income countries is vital if we want to limit the emergence of new coronavirus variants.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 30, 2021

New Variants Shows Why the World Urgently Needs Vaccine Equity
Delivering more vaccines to low- and middle-income countries is vital if we want to limit the emergence of new coronavirus variants.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 28, 2021

A Different Kind of Family Firm Hiding in Plain Sight
The link between ownership and control is tenuous in a certain type of family firm.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 24, 2021

Negotiators Should Decrease Concessions Across Rounds
Signalling your bottom line reduces your counterparty's ambitions.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 23, 2021

Why Allyship Is Key to Gender Balance
To achieve equity, both men and women must advocate for it.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 22, 2021

Why Investors' Memories May Be Bad for Their Wealth
How positive bias can lead overconfident investors to inflate the size of their wins and forget their losses.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 17, 2021

Post-Pandemic, Firms Need Chief Social Connectivity Officers
In this new hybrid working environment, people shouldn't go to the office to stare at their computer, but to connect.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 16, 2021

Using Corporate Social Initiatives to Build a Purpose-Driven Organisation
An impact-driven intrapreneurial venture can be a useful stepping stone for changing a company's DNA, but its unintended consequences need to be managed carefully.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 15, 2021

How DBS Became the ‘World's Best Bank'
The Singapore titan's tech-charged quest to take the banking out of banking has paid off handsomely.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 10, 2021

The Circular Economy: From Enthusiasm to Realism
Circularity for circularity's sake is not the goal - sustainability is.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 09, 2021

Innovation Is Everyone's Business
Offering employees the tools and motivation to create ideas is the key to an innovative organisation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 07, 2021

A Sign of the Times: The ESG Buyback
Using ESG sensitivities to market financial products.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 03, 2021

Boosting Vaccine Production Needs the Right Degree of Flexibility
The unequal access to Covid-19 vaccines stems from production shortfalls. Building more flexibility into manufacturing processes can help - here's how.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 02, 2021

What Does the Microfinance Debate Imply for Impact Investing?
A flexible, outcome-focused approach is the best way to achieve societal goals.

INSEAD Knowledge
Nov 01, 2021

Improving Women's Access to Mobile Family Planning Services
Cash-strapped NGOs could reach more clients in rural areas - at no extra cost - by basing their visit frequency on data instead of habits.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 28, 2021

Companies Must Put Equality at the Heart of the Race to Zero
Singular pursuit of net-zero by 2050 could exacerbate inequality and derail our chances of a climate-resilient future.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 27, 2021

The Sustainability Imperative for the Legal Profession
Lawyers should step up to help the world seize its "last best chance".

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 25, 2021

Aligning Individual and Organisational Values
How employees' personal values fit within their organisation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 24, 2021

How to Create a Safe (and Open) Online Space
Regulatory and business challenges must be met for an internet that is both safe and allows for freedom of expression.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 19, 2021

Performance Reviews Need a Brand-New P&L
Is your firm's performance review process helping or hindering progress for your high potentials?

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 18, 2021

The World's Most Talent Competitive Countries, 2021
The pandemic revealed strengths and weaknesses in how nations develop and retain talent.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 18, 2021

Covid Has Accentuated Our Every Vice
Of all seven deadly sins, leaders need to guard against pride.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 12, 2021

An Unintended Side-effect of Hedge Fund Activism? Human Capital Loss
When hedge fund activism triggers an exodus of key employees, everyone loses.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 11, 2021

The Politics of Influence in Top Management Team Meetings
Interactions between the chief executive and other members of the top management team appear to follow distinct scripts. Managers who take note can boost their standing or stay out of harm's way.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 06, 2021

When the Problem Isn't the Problem
Private healthcare facilities in low- and middle-income countries may not have all medical supplies in stock, but collaboration mitigates individual clinic level shortages. Policy design should not ignore this.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 05, 2021

What to Do With Contrarians?
Even when they are wrong, those who think different add value to an organisation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Oct 01, 2021

Marketing Automation: Utopia or Dystopia?
Firms must take consumer psychology into account and resist the temptation to maximise short-term profits at the cost of consumers.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 27, 2021

Trust, Social Capital and the Bond Market Benefits of ESG
Although ESG-oriented investments are becoming increasingly common, their benefits are often only realised during certain time periods. So, when do these investments deliver economic payoffs?

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 26, 2021

Recognising and Confronting Racism in Europe
Systemic racism is not only an American problem. The European experience demands a different kind of anti-racist conversation.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 21, 2021

The Importance of Incorporating Innovation in a Firm
In this INSEAD Knowledge podcast, the author describes lessons from his work with innovation and multinationals.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 21, 2021

Is Stargazing Your Preferred Management Style?
For too many leaders, astrology acts as a crutch that gives them a false sense of control in an uncertain world.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 19, 2021

The World's Most Innovative Countries, 2021
Tracking innovation around the globe in the face of the Covid-19 crisis.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 15, 2021

Three Steps to Optimising Your Firm's Hybrid Work Strategy
You need a strong process to reconcile the needs and wants of your various stakeholders.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 13, 2021

If Your Company Were a Political Party, Which Would It Be?
Four simple questions will tell you where your organisation stands on today's wide-ranging ideological spectrum.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 12, 2021

We All Want to Be Good - Then Life Happens
Starting with the best of intentions, people overestimate their ability to follow through.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 07, 2021

Five Lessons From Xiaomi's Path to Smartphone Supremacy
Xiaomi's leadership team idolised Steve Jobs. Now, it seems the student has become the master.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 06, 2021

When Authenticity Means Conflict: Towards a Truly Inclusive Organisation
Rightfully celebrated, authenticity in the workplace may have some limitations.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 06, 2021

Why Targeted Lockdowns Could Be Better for Everyone
Covid lockdowns may be with us for a long time to come, but they could be made sharper, less painful and possibly even more effective.

INSEAD Knowledge
Sep 01, 2021

When Scandal Hits, It Pays to Resemble the Villain
Financial wrongdoing by a single firm often batters its industry peers. Managers and investors may yet profit by using a granular lens to identify a handful of firms that will emerge stronger.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 31, 2021

What Distinguishes the Super Rich From the Rest of Us
Peeking into the inner theatre of the seriously wealthy.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 30, 2021

How the "Butterfly Effect" Can Harm Firm Performance
Firms need to develop appropriate HR risk management strategies to lessen the impact of unanticipated employee departures.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 25, 2021

How Social Media Makes for Happier Families
There is a hydraulic relationship between domestic happiness and exposure to social media content opposite to our views.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 24, 2021

Research Hacks to Help You Negotiate Anything
Even zero-sum negotiations can turn into a win-win.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 22, 2021

Strategising for Success in Winner-Take-All Industries
Wild differences in performance within a market are largely shaped by that market's dependence on resources.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 18, 2021

Cancelled by Association: How Stigma Spreads in Different Cultures
The tendency to stigmatise others for misdeeds committed by family members appears to extend to even acquaintances and is stronger in close-knit cultures.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 17, 2021

How Tech Can Make You Happier, Fitter and More Popular
Three rules to optimise the influence of your smartphone on your well-being.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 15, 2021

The Essence of Agility and Resilience After Covid
Navigating unprecedented levels of uncertainty takes a careful combination of technology and talent.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 11, 2021

How "Mind-Body Dissonance" Leads to Creative Thinking
Hacking human evolution to unlock innovative potential in our brains.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 10, 2021

In Global Trade, Familiarity Breeds Commerce
Given time and experience, even countries far apart in geography and culture can build strong trade links.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 08, 2021

Pursuing the Arts After a Career in Business
How three mid-career professionals leveraged their business skills as they became full-time artists.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 04, 2021

The Neuroscience of Eating
An entire biological ecosystem - encompassing complex connections between our gut and brain - underpins our daily food choices.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 03, 2021

To Find Your Dream Career, Show Your Unconscious Who's Boss
The social pressures you think are holding you back are most likely your own projection.

INSEAD Knowledge
Aug 02, 2021

How the Afterglow of Victory Boosts Future Performance
When we perform well together, we feel less tense with each other, and when we feel less tense with each other, we perform better.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 28, 2021

Six Steps to Overcome Shame
As old as time and very much universal, feelings of shame can lead to self-destructive behaviour in even the best of leaders.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 27, 2021

The Missing Millennial Homebuyers
Property prices fell during the Great Recession, but millions of millennials in the US still couldn't afford their first homes. Here's why - and how we could tackle the next housing crisis better.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 26, 2021

How Executives Should - and Shouldn't - Engage With Customers
When done the right way, customer engagement can turn into a lucrative opportunity.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 21, 2021

Are You Asking the Right Questions of Your Data Team?
Asking great questions is perhaps the most underappreciated skill of great data-driven leaders.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 21, 2021

Xiaomi's Road to Internet-of-Things Dominance
The key to building the world's largest IoT company? A novel collaboration-based strategy of "strategic coalescence".

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 20, 2021

How Entrepreneurs Solve the Big Fish vs. Big Pond Dilemma
Collaboration with a partner is not strictly a two-way affair; instead, prospective partners take the entire competitive landscape into account when forming ties.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 19, 2021

Developing Quality Conversations About Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Organisations - including business schools - are increasingly focused on expanding their DEI capabilities. Consider these best practices for productive conversations around DEI.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 13, 2021

Three Dimensions of Leadership Agility
There is one certainty in a VUCA world: The solution that works today may not work tomorrow.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 13, 2021

CEOs Who Play to Type Win the Market
An important CEO attribute that shapes firm strategies such as mergers and acquisitions is uncovered.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 12, 2021

The Hidden Hazards of Smart Device Medical Advice
Diagnostic mobile medical apps call for increased regulatory intervention, even if they do not dispense advice or treatment.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 07, 2021

Marked for Disruption, Deep in Denial: Law Firms at a Crossroads
The greatest threat to the survival of law firms isn't technological, but psychological.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 06, 2021

Mixing Business and Pleasure for Competitive Advantage
A recent study shows how entrepreneurial team formation can be improved by combining two established strategies.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 05, 2021

The Complex Psychology of Covid-19 Compliance
Three main psychological factors helped determine whether people responded to first-wave Covid restrictions with deference or defiance.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jul 04, 2021

How Should Humans Collaborate With AI?
When bringing algorithms and employees together, businesses should respect rather than ignore human preferences.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 30, 2021

Two CEOs, No Drama: Ground Rules for Co-Leadership
The co-CEO model can actually work. Here's how.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 29, 2021

How Africa Could Astonish the World
Already the most dynamic and youngest continent, Africa could be the world's next growth miracle - with the right type of leadership.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 27, 2021

How Online Product Reviews Affect Market Share
To find out how user-generated content affects your bottom line, you need a fine-tuned strategy for data analysis.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 23, 2021

Professionalising the Family Firm
A conversation about the opportunities and threats that spur families into action.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 23, 2021

A ‘Lab in the Field' Approach to Evidence-Based Management
Simplified experimentation in the field may be the best of both worlds, provided its results are viewed with the proper perspective.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 22, 2021

A Blue Ocean Compass for Your Post-Covid Strategy
Four questions to help you rethink industry logic and existing practices to prepare for a powerful comeback.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 21, 2021

Encouraging Sustainability: Why the Business Case Isn't Enough
The business case for pro-environment investments makes sense intuitively, but appealing to executives' sense of responsibility might work better.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 15, 2021

The Relationships That Create Successful Acquisitions
A study of start-up acquisitions shows important patterns on both sides lead to a successful integration.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 14, 2021

How a Second Opinion Could Help Curb the Opioid Crisis
Altering management decisions early in the process can have a significant impact on long-term opioid use.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 14, 2021

Rethinking Capitalism: The Power of Creative Destruction
With the proper safeguards, creative destruction - the process by which the new replaces the old - remains the way to greater economic growth and prosperity.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 09, 2021

Your Leadership Toolbox: A Coaching Approach
How you can use tips from coaches to adapt to a world in flux.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 08, 2021

The New Normal for Innovation
We're entering a deglobalised world where firms must ceaselessly innovate in order to survive.

INSEAD Knowledge
Jun 08, 2021

When American Firms Misbehave, Chinese Companies Pay the Price
"Guilt by association" in US financial markets appears to be driven by investors' prejudice against Chinese firms.

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