Times of India: What are your plans for India?
Dipak Jain, dean of INSEAD: “We want to target the senior executives. If they get impressed with what we offer, then they will send their junior associates to do an MBA programme with INSEAD. In India, we first want to do executive programmes. We don’t have a plan of offering a full-term MBA. The other plan is to set up some type of research to understand Indian businesses and companies. I think a lot of Indian companies are not that known to others in the West. INSEAD can be a platform to give visibility to these companies. We want to research Indian successes as well as failures. We can work with an established institution for that.”
Source: “Leaders must learn from youngsters,” Times of India, by Namrata Singh, March 6, 2012.
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