As a Venezuelan and without a work permit for any European country, Peter knew that the prospects of securing a job were going to…Read More
NEW! We are delighted to debut the class notes section with the Class of MBA’75. We hope you enjoy their stories and if you would like to submit your class notes, please email email@example.com
“Why destroy a good story with facts?”
Some people think facts are not enough, while others, like myself, are convinced, on the contrary, that real life is more surprising, more absurd, dramatic, funny and poetic than any invented or brushed up story.
The following events, mini-dramas and episodes happened just as they are told here. As much as possible, the stories have been confirmed, permission to quote requested, and the final wording authorised by the original source.
“Why make a good story worse by inventing details?”
Stefan Culen, Editor, Class Notes of MBA 1975
One of the last days before graduation, four inmates at Residence were having dinner together. Not unexpectedly, their conversation was about future jobs, plans…Read More
One of the privileges of being an INSEAD alumni, so I was told, would consist of being a member of a truly international and…Read More