In the second decade of the 21st century, with the internet now an integral part of all executives lives, it would seem entirely reasonable that executive education providers and customers would have fully embraced online learning. However, the truth is somewhat different, especially for the most senior levels. Giuseppe Auricchio, Director of Learning Innovation at IESE Business School researched this issue as part of his recent doctoral thesis at Wharton, and we explore his findings in this issue.
A conversation with Paul Almeida, Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
Roddy Millar on Giuseppe Auricchio’s Research
The ability to reach a mass audience cheaply is often seen as online learning’s principal benefit – but leadership development is more about creating significant change, and less about cost.
Creating a better compliance culture
Innovation in DC: Exploring the Possible Roddy Millar with Paul Almeida
Business Model Innovation Mark Bidwell
Connecting Thought-Leadership to Business Practice A Conversation with Maury Peperl, Director of Cranfield School of Management
Rethinking Blended Learning for Leadership Development Roddy Millar on Giuseppe Auricchio’s Research
Why MOOC’s and Executives Don’t Mix Paul Hunter, IMD
Orchestrating LeadershipMike Peck, Kellogg
Leadership Journeys – Pope Francis Bob Rosen
LEADERSHIP RESEARCH DATA FOCUS
Training the Guardians: Barclays Bank and Judge Business School Dan Lentell
Innovating Strategies for Success from Crisis – BMB and Fundacao Dom Cabral, Brazil Roddy Millar
Return on Character: The Real Reason Leaders and their Companies Win – Fred Kiel
Changing Your Company from the Inside Out: A Guide for Social Intrapreneurs – Gerald F Davis & Christopher J White
Capitalism’s Toxic Assumptions – Eve Poole
EXEC ED NEWS
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