As Jean-François Manzoni, the President of IMD, notes in his interview in this issue “continuous learning throughout your life is the fundamental pillar of effectiveness in the world we live in”. This recurring theme, that to survive let alone prosper in today’s high-speed world requires an open and enquiring mind that is forever being trained and retrained, is really the central key to unlocking the productivity challenge that so many economies are currently facing.The issue also includes a guide to the Apprenticeship Levy, Andrew Crisp discusses how business schools can create distinct identities to help make them stand out in a sometimes quite homogenous crowd and Christian Stadler of Warwick Business School shares his research comparing successful well-established businesses and their start-up competitors – and discovering three valuable and perhaps unexpected commonalities.
Interview by Peter Chadwick
A conversation with Professor Jean-François Manzoni, President IMD
Christian Stadler, Warwick Business School
Innovation execution and fighting bureaucracy – differences and commonalities between start-ups and established players
Learning with Individual and Organizational Impact A Conversation with Professor Jean-François Manzoni, President IMD
A Century of Champions and Unicorns Christian Stadler
Creating Dynamic Learning Encounters A Conversation with VanDyck Silveira, CEO
of the FT|IE Corporate Learning Alliance
The Apprenticeship Levy and the Future for Corporate Learning in the UK Roddy Millar
Distinctive, Different and Definitely Not Vanilla Andrew Crisp
Leadership Journeys Vince Roche Bob Rosen
Leadership Research Data Focus
The Unexpected Lessons of Music City USA Chubb Insurance and Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University
Creating Harmony in a Complex Organization AARP and McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
Learning Ecosystems and the Power of Collaboration An Interview with Katharine Lange, Executive Director, Singapore Management University – ExD
The Future is Here An Interview with Eric Johnson, Dean of Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management
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