In 2000 INSEAD celebrates its forthieth anniversary. In this time INSEAD has grown to be the leading business and management school in Europe, and one of the most successful and influential in the world. This book is a business study and history of INSEAD which details how this success was achieved, and goes on to relate the story of the school to the management themes of leadership, teamworking and innovation. Available in English and French editions.
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 249
Weight: 601 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 15 mm
'...a clear chronology that details the origins, early stumblings, and eventual flowering of a fascinating organization.' - Enterprise and Society 'This book provides an exciting reflection on the history of an institution whose history has just begun.' - Mickey Huibregtsen, Managing Director, McKinsey & Company 'Insead made its name by creating and exploiting a European niche in international management education. Now it ranks with the world's leading business schools. It is a fantastic success story.' - Daniel Janssen, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Solvay S.A., Former Chairman of the Association of Belgian Enterprise 'Insead was European before Europe became a meaningful entity. It is about to re-invent itself. With the opening of its first overseas campus in Singapore, Insead will become a truly international business school of the highest quality.' - Professor Tommy Koh, Executive Director, Asia Europe Foundation 'A wonderful example how to turn a mission through perseverance into creative reality.' - Georg W. Mallinckrodt, KBE, President, Schroders PLC 'Much more than the story of an educational establishment. This is an unexpected tribute to entrepreneurial endeavour.' - Ernest-Antoine Seilliere, Chairman of the CGIP Group, Chairman of the Association of French Enterprise 'Internationalism is not just what is taught; it also affects the whole process of learning, as well as the strategic evolution of the School.' - Lord Simon of Highbury