Market growth and strategy development are the major challenges facing global senior business executives, according to the 2017 Corporate Learning Pulse global survey. Conducted on behalf of FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, the survey considers the future direction of leadership development.
Agile methodologies are now in demand, but they are not the solution to everything. There are various types of practices, and an organisation’s maturity may dictate which approach is the most appropriate.
Executive education is the way to go if an organisation wants to improve its business prospects, according to a majority of companies polled in the ‘Corporate Learning Pulse’ study released in May 2016. Read the article published in Chief Learning Officer magazine.
This FT book review of Svend Brinkmann’s Stand Firm: Resisting the Self-Improvement Craze is a welcome antidote to the promise of positive thinking. It will certainly prompt executives to reflect on, and refine, their work and career expectations.
How can learning and development unlock the business potential of executive education? Watch the webinar recording hosted by mYngle and FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, looking at the findings of our research into investment in people and corporate learning, and download the presentation.
As business leaders are under more pressure to reach their goals, understanding the potential of corporate learning to contribute to business outcomes is more important than ever. As business leaders are under more pressure to reach their goals, understanding the potential of corporate learning to contribute to business outcomes is more important than ever.
To uncover European business attitudes toward investment in people – and to better understand the opinions of senior executives on the ways learning can have an impact in their businesses – we created the Corporate Learning Pulse survey.