Can artificial intelligence be used to coach managers on leadership and soft skills? One tech company CEO thinks so
As a first of its kind in South Africa, the USB-ED Management Index provides a detailed exploration of the key leadership and organisational challenges facing South African managers.
Emory Executive Education will offer 20 new open enrollment, that will begin in Spring 2017, designed to strengthen professional leadership ability and practical skill sets.
USB Executive Development, an Executive Education centre in South Africa has announced a further extension of its popular Young Minds Entrepreneurship Programme.
The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has continued its rise in achieving a further improvement in the esteemed annual UK Financial Times (FT) Executive Education Rankings announced today.
IE University is pleased to announce that James Costos, former United States Ambassador to Spain and Andorra, will serve as Chairman of the Global Senior Fellows Initiative.
The first of its kind in Europe, the initiative is designed for seasoned business, government, and social leaders with more than 25 years experience who want to continue taking on professional and personal challenges.
Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education are excited to be collaborating with the 30% Club to offer a scholarship for the Cambridge Rising Women Leaders Programme. The scholarship will offer a fully funded place on the two-day programme, starting with the programme hosted in Cambridge in September 2017.
That according to members of the school’s IESE’s International Advisory Board, who gathered on the Barcelona campus for their annual meeting. Composed of more than 30 business leaders from around the world, the Board offers the school its advice and expertise in its operations abroad.
A leading expert on strategy and innovation, Govindarajan pioneered the concept of reverse innovation. Coxe Distinguished Professor Vijay Govindarajan and co-author Ravi Ramamurti of Northeastern University have been awarded the Strategic Management Society’s 2017 Global Strategy Journal Best Paper Award for their study, “Reverse Innovation, Emerging Markets, and Global Strategy.”
The use of humour in teaching results in greater learning success. This is why humour is now specifically used as a didactic aid in teaching. But why is humour helpful when it comes to learning? And how can it be used appropriately? Dana Sindermann reports.
Last year marked the 60th anniversary of the U.S.’s first corporate university, GE’s Crotonville. Although the paradigm is nothing new, only in recent years has it been seriously suggested that firms’ in-house training and development offerings could supplant traditional business education.
The first MBA class enrolled in 1996, so 2017 marks something of a milestone for us: this is our 21st year, our coming of age. The activities planned over the coming year will celebrate the students, the faculty
Harvard Business School (HBS) recently inaugurated its new anchor building in the Executive Education program – the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center.
New program helps investment professionals better understand this growing asset class. PA: Private equity used to be an investment option only for highly sophisticated, ultra-wealthy investors.
The 100-Year Life by London Business School Professors Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott has been shortlisted for the FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award.
One of INSEAD’s most distinguished professors, Mike joined INSEAD in 1996 as an Assistant Professor of Operations Management. His research, teaching and consulting activities spanned the globe. He worked with some of the largest companies in the world in the areas of innovation, project management, operations and change management.
Startups founded by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) entrepreneurship community are at risk for discrimination, affecting where they locate their businesses, their ability to raise capital and how they build trust with investors,
Many widespread, global issues like poverty and disease remain unaddressed because governments often lack financial resources to make the needed long-term investments.
Renowned management expert Henry Mintzberg, creator of the organigraph, double winner of the McKinsey Award, professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Canada and harsh critic of MBA education has changed the way the world looks at Massive Open Online Couses (MOOCs) by re-conceptualizing it on the basis of group dynamics. He has through this process coined a new concept:
For 50 years, Executive Education at London Business School has been a trailblazer, guiding executives who take our programmes. Those who study here become part of this tradition, benefiting from leaders before them and helping others who will follow.