The more we explore the challenges facing organizations, the more frequently we come back to the same set of answers. The cover story of this issue deals with the thinking that a diverse group of experienced consultants and executives – from architects to HR professionals, academics to tech entrepreneurs – have pooled together on the topic of digital overload.
Elsewhere we have behind-the-scenes reports on how businesses as varied as Airbus and BMS France deal with culture change and development. The latest thinking on decision-sciences from Fuqua, Ideabanks from Columbia, program design from Cranfield and the increasing focus on purpose from Oxford Saïd; as well as the vision of two business school deans from Darden and HEC Paris.
Interview by Peter Chadwick
A Conversation with Kelly Bean, President and CEO, University of Virginia, Darden Executive Education
Peter Thomson, Henley Business School
As we move to an AI driven world leaders need to ensure technology empowers people and doesn’t overwhelm them and stifle their creativity.
A cultural transformation program at Bristol-Myers Sqibb France and emlyon business school – set to unleash innovative ideas and collaboration amongst the entire workforce.
Developing Managers into Modern Global Leaders A conversation with Kelly Bean, President and CEO, University of Virginia, Darden Executive Education
Digital Overload: A Leadership Challenge Peter Thomson
Evolving Executive Education Nathalie Lugagne, Associate Dean, HEC Paris Executive Education, in conversation
Ideabanks: Networking for Choice Sheena S. Iyengar
Sorting Out an Emotional Muddle Paul Brown and Theresa Dzendrowskyj
Data-Driven Decision Makings Roddy Millar
Designing Professional Courses for Professionals Lynette Ryals and Wendy Shepherd
The Bridge Program Dan Lentell
Leadership Research Data Focus
Fostering Humanity, Creativity, and Purpose Airbus Leadership University
A Cultural Transformation BMS France and emlyon
The Shift Towards Purpose Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Exec Ed Up Date
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