Sharing core norms and values

Sharing the norms and values that enable global coexistence, while respecting cultural differences - because respect for core values and universal norms allows us to live in harmony, while appreciation of cultural diversity enriches our understanding.

Posted Jul 04, 2017 |  by  INSEAD Knowledge, Gabriel Hawawini

The raison d’être of a metanational higher education institution is to generate knowledge in multiple locations with the objective of blending that knowledge to create new insights, and to instill a global learning mindset in its graduates. In this report for INSEAD Knowledge, Gabriel Hawawini ascribes the success of a multi-campus... Read More

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