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Claire and Alain (A): shifting roles

Author: Brimm, Linda ; Wittenberg-Cox, AvivahINSEAD Area: Organisational BehaviourPublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 1994.Language: EnglishType of document: INSEAD CaseAbstract: This is one of a series of cases examining the lives of dual-career couples with children. Claire, an INSEAD MBA, is American. Alain is French. They have seen their roles shift and switch unexpectedly. Claire has built a career in MandA in banking. Alain has been changing careers, working in industry and as an entrepreneurPedagogical Objectives: The purpose of this case series is to promote discussion of career issues in the complexity of dual-career and multi-cultural families. A particular focus is on the importance of building personal skills to deal with this complexity. Self-awareness and sensivity to understanding differences are key themes which emerge as essential to resolving these career and family issues.
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The purpose of this case series is to promote discussion of career issues in the complexity of dual-career and multi-cultural families. A particular focus is on the importance of building personal skills to deal with this complexity. Self-awareness and sensivity to understanding differences are key themes which emerge as essential to resolving these career and family issues.

This is one of a series of cases examining the lives of dual-career couples with children. Claire, an INSEAD MBA, is American. Alain is French. They have seen their roles shift and switch unexpectedly. Claire has built a career in MandA in banking. Alain has been changing careers, working in industry and as an entrepreneur

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