The media is vital for spreading accurate information when humanitarian disasters happen, but can they do more to support aid efforts? Researchers from INSEAD consider the harm a media presence can cause when it impacts limited resourcing on the ground.
Whether it's flexibility you crave, a chance to make global connections, engage with new technologies, or simply the opportunity to study from home, the online MBA could be the answer
We shine a spotlight on five successful women, thriving in what have been typically male-dominated industries, and sharing the stories of how they found success despite facing greater barriers, challenges and even potentially discrimination.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we share the stories of the influential women at the forefront of modern global management education.
Is there a danger in being too successful? New research reveals how to avoid becoming a One Hit Wonder in your work.
New research identifies three reasons why producing a more sustainable product might actually lose a company its customers. More importantly, it reveals how businesses can tackle this.
Extreme weather, such as hurricanes, heatwaves and drought no doubt cause significant damage to people and to planet, but there is a growing body of evidence that confirms that climate change is damaging global business too
As AI capability continues to advance, how close an eye should we be keeping on its activities? New research provides a roadmap to ethical AI development, and paints a stark picture of what might happen if AI runs unchecked.
Collaborating on note-taking can help to boost student performance, new research shows.