Exploring the Executive Education Ecosystem

Issue 04

In this issue we explore the interaction between business schools, consultants and corporate universities; the Executive Development Ecosystem article reviews the report from Boston Consulting Group and London Business School. Michael Stanford of IMD explains how business schools and corporate universities can and should work together; and Nicky Little reveals the essentials of executive coaching – the most fragmented but fastest growing sector of executive development.

Key Articles

On the Road Again

Roddy Millar

Interview with Whitney Hischier, Assistant Dean of Executive Education at Haas School of Business, Berkeley

Integrative Thinking

Professor Roger Martin

A Key to Successful Leadership

Care UK: Creating a Culture of Corporate Learning

Steve Bennett & Nick Barclay

Warwick Business School’s Executive Program for Care UK


On the Road Again

From Leadership Point of View to Personal Leader Brand

Leadership Development

Exploring the Executive Development Ecosystem

Beautiful Friendships: Corporate Unversities & Business Schools

Integrative Thinking: A Key to Successful Leadership

Executive Coaching: The Unsung Half of Leadership Development

Midlife Leaders: Crisis or Opportunity

Company Focus

Care UK: Creating a Culture of Corporate Learning

Insurable Assets: Towergate Develops its Future Leaders

Anatomy of a program

Women’s World Banking


As One – Mehrdad Baghai and James Quigley

Fully Charged – Heike Bruch & Bernd Vogel

Global Cosmopolitans – Linda Brimm

Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today – Meena Surie Wilson

Exec Ed News

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