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Diversity in the workplace: how it affects the bottom line

Jasjit Singh

Professor of Strategy


Prof. Jasjit Singh has been at INSEAD since 2004, where he is now a Professor of Strategy and the Paul Dubrule Chaired Professor of Sustainable Development. His focus areas are Sustainability Strategy, Impact Entrepreneurship, Corporate Intrapreneurship, Sustainable Development, Investing for Impact, and Impact Evaluation.

Jasjit has published numerous articles in leading academic journals. He also serves on the editorial review boards for Strategic Management Journal and Organization Science, and has previously been an associate editor at Management Science.

Jasjit earned a PhD in Business Economics (Strategy) at Harvard Business School and an MA in Economics at Harvard University, having earlier obtained a BTech at IIT Delhi and a dual MS at Georgia Tech.

Details of Jasjit’s work can be found at

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Using Innovative Finance to Scale Up Corporate Base-of-Pyramid Initiatives

J. Bhuvaraghan & J. Singh

Developments in innovative finance may enable companies to lead cross-sector partnerships, addressing some of today’s biggest global health challenges.

Economics & Finance

Impact Investing Business that Makes a Difference

Jasjit Singh

How one of the world’s largest asset managers is experimenting with a unique impact investing model in Asia.


What Employees Get Out of Giving Back

Jasjit Singh & Christiane Bode

Corporate social engagement can generate massive value, but not just for the reasons everybody talks about.


Ad Hoc Promotions Can’t Buy Customer Loyalty

Jasjit Singh & Serguei Netessine

Short-term promotions disconnected from your overall strategy will not give your business a lasting lift.
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Corporate Social Impact Initiatives Make Employees More Loyal

Jasjit Singh

An opportunity to give back to society without having to give up a promising business career turns out to be a major incentive for valuable employees to stay.
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Why Non-Compete Agreements Are Not Always Good for Business

Locking your employees in might seem tempting in order to protect your firm’s intellectual property, but have you also considered the potential downsides?