How leadership can emerge from the trauma of history

Erik van de Loo, INSEAD Affiliate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Lara Tcholakian, INSEAD EMCCC ’16, and Roger Lehman, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship & Family Enterprise | January 2, 2020

Collective traumas and the development of leader values:

A currently omitted, but increasingly urgent, research area

Erik van de Loo (co-author), published in Frontiers in Psychology on 3 May 2019

Extern toezicht op gedrag en cultuur: een paradoxale opgave?

Erik van de Loo and Jaap Winter, published in Tijdschrift voor Financieel Recht in February 2019

De ontmenselijking van de grote onderneming:

Dat wat wij als mensen belangrijk vinden speelt steeds minder een rol in de manier van organiseren en besluitvorming in de grote onderneming

Jaap Winter, published in Ondernemingsrecht in January 2019

For the truth how bosses behave, ask their assistants:

The eyes and ears of corporate culture, executive assistants have a front-row seat to the integrity dilemmas faced by top management

Erik van de Loo (co-author), published on INSEAD Knowledge on 30 January 2019

The Human Experience of Being-in-the Board:

This article takes a phenomenological approach to describe key, structural features of boards that inform members of the board on how to behave

Jaap Winter, published on SSRN on 1 February 2019

De moderne onderneming drijft steeds verder af van wat mensen waardevol vinden:

Interview with Jaap Winter, published in Het Financieele Dagblad on 30 December 2017  

Corporate Governance Going Astray:

Executive remuneration built to fail

Jaap Winter, published on SSRN on 21 June 2011 

The Financial Crisis:

Does good corporate governance matter and how to achieve it?

Jaap Winter, published on SSRN on 14 December 2011 

Shareholder Engagement and Stewardship:

The realities and illusions of institutional share ownership

Jaap Winter, published on SSRN on 20 June 2011