Insead alumnus Bernard Tong finds out from Dean Ilian Mihov how the pandemic has changed the way the business school is run and where it should be heading 20 years after setting up its Singapore campus

With their newly-minted Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees, business school graduates go on to help powerful corporations become even more so. They could also find innovative ways to disrupt old ways of doing business.

However, with the pandemic that began last year, business schools are facing their own kind of disruption. The virus did not discriminate against nationalities, nor educational qualifications. Case in point: Professor Ilian Mihov, dean of Insead, was Singapore’s case number 220 after he returned from France last March.

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