Executive education is expecting change thanks to the ever-present spector of digital disruption.
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It is rare for executive education programs to start with the business need. But they could, and, with some programs, should.
Changing business strategy and digital transformation related to AI, analytics, blockchain and other technologies have been cited as the most influential issues facing executives today. And these pressures are changing the kinds of content that executives — and the learning organizations that are paying for their education — are seeking.
The workplace is evolving and leadership development must adapt.
Excellence in Executive Education recognizes executive education providers that have delivered a targeted executive education program for a client that has delivered measurable results.
What employers get wrong about EMBA sponsorship and how to fix it.
How microcredentials, nanodegrees and digital badges help busy executives stay abreast of business trends and on the path of lifelong learning.
In times of continuous change, can an array of executive education offerings develop the skills and leadership capabilities of tomorrow?
The Excellence in Executive Education award recognizes executive education providers that have delivered a targeted executive education program for a client that has delivered measurable results.
Design thinking is a scientifically tested approach to problem solving that brings together three core elements critical to innovation: business needs, technological possibilities and the human element.
Early outreach programs challenge established thinking and focus on solving real-world problems.
Companies like NBCUniversal are moving away from traditional executive education to promote innovation and business growth.
New program to boost HR’s role in business decisions, leadership.
But according to one survey, metrics on learning investments are often not conclusive in proving outcomes.
Manpower is offering a college degree — on the house.
Rutgers’ Joe Schaffer has an idea about what the future of executive education holds.