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Corporate Development /Startup
INSEAD Knowledge – Professionalising the Family Firm
This article is republished courtesy of INSEAD Knowledge. Copyright INSEAD 2021.  The expert opinion and management insights portal of INSEAD, The Business School for the World, INSEAD Knowledge showcases the latest business thinking and views from award-winning faculty and global contributors. Author: Rachael Noyes, INSEAD Knowledge Senior Editor 
Corporate Development /Startup
INSEAD Knowledge – Your Leadership Toolbox: A Coaching Approach
  This article is republished courtesy of INSEAD Knowledge. Copyright INSEAD 2021.  The expert opinion and management insights portal of INSEAD, The Business School for the World, INSEAD Knowledge showcases the latest business thinking and views from award-winning faculty and global contributors. Author: Iffet Türken, Certified Coach (INSEAD EMCCC ʼ17)
Talent Retention People Corporate Development /Startup
ESOP – Are you ready to give employees shares in your company?
Under an employee stock ownership plan (or ESOP), star employees are offered a number of shares in their company. This scheme ties employee success to that of the company and incentivises them in the long term. But do you understand the mechanics of an ESOP? Take the quiz to test your knowledge!
Planning Corporate Development /Startup
Embracing the Agile Mindset: How can it help transform your organisation?
Corporate Development /Startup
How Executives Should – and Shouldn’t – Engage With Customers
This article is republished courtesy of INSEAD Knowledge. Copyright INSEAD 2021.  The expert opinion and management insights portal of INSEAD, The Business School for the World, INSEAD Knowledge showcases the latest business thinking and views from award-winning faculty and global contributors. Author: Christoph Senn, INSEAD Adjunct Professor of Marketing, and Noel Capon, R.C. Kopf Professor of International Marketing at Columbia Business School
Planning Corporate Development /Idea
Getting business-ready – How can I present my startup idea?
You just came up with a great new business concept for a startup or a small business – now what? You should start assessing the viability of your business idea, testing the market, and finding your first clients. In parallel and before presenting your idea to friends, potential partners, or investors, there are a few documents that you can work on to lock down the details of this business idea: your business plan, financials and a pitch deck. Watch the video to learn more!
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