What lies behind unhappiness in the workplace? Sometimes, it is a matter of management shortcomings. But it could also reflect a general decline in happiness nationwide. Laza Kekic analyses the worsening inputs that comprise national happiness, and explains why the decline has been particularly strong in the US over the past decade.
Digitalisation and market growth are the major challenges facing senior business executives in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, according to the 2017 Corporate Learning Pulse global survey. Conducted on behalf of Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance, the survey considers the future direction of leadership development.
On 3 November 2017, Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance held a panel discussion with an invited audience of mainly HR and L&D professionals to discuss how Brexit uncertainty is affecting business and jobs. The meeting discussed what has changed since a similar event held exactly a year earlier.
Nigel Paine of Learning Now TV talks to VanDyck Silveira, CEO of Financial Times IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance, about its work in developing senior company executives.
In a globalised world characterised by its speed and complexity, the learning needs of executives change rapidly. To keep the show on the road, let alone actually expand into new markets and launch new products or services, managers need to hone their agility and creativity.
There was a 12-fold expansion in international trade between 1950 and 2010. However, the trend has changed markedly since the 2008 crisis. Rising populism and US policy has thrown our economic future into doubt, says Laza Kekic.