Managers and leaders have nothing to fear from AI – except missing out.
Jasjit has been an INSEAD professor since 2004. His teaching and research interests include Strategy, Innovation, Inclusive Business, Sustainable Development, Impact Investing and Impact Evaluation. He also regularly gives speeches on these topics, and advises investors, companies and impact ventures on how to think rigorously about their impact.
Jasjit has written numerous articles for leading academic journals as well as case studies that have won prestigious awards. He earned a PhD in Business Economics as well as an MA in Economics at Harvard, having earlier obtained a BTech in Computer Science & Engineering at IIT Delhi and a double-MS at Georgia Tech.
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