IMPM student’s worldview changed in India

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IMPM student Isabelle Graveline says that the programme’s Indian module has changed her approach to business — and life. She saw how Indian businesswomen were using micro-finance to improve their lives, and visited a $1.5 billion biopharm company, started in its founder’s garage in 1978, where “the biggest stakeholders are the employees.” For Graveline, “the firm’s focus on meeting its workers’ expectations really resonated with me.”

Now, she constantly questions her own behaviour, understands the power of collective wisdom, and brings a new, curiosity-driven approach to work meetings.

Read full article: The Economist, March 17, 2017