Full article here – http://resources.ftiecla.com/en-gb/pulse2017/
Corporate learning and leadership development programmes can have a lasting impact not only on organisations as a whole but also on individuals. Thanks to such programmes, organisations benefit from individuals operating at a higher level, and individuals are armed with competencies, skills and leadership capabilities that can otherwise take years to attain – skills that benefit their current (and future) organisations.
Above article was utilised here – https://learningnews.com/news/ft-ie-business-school-corporate-learning-alliance/2017/war-on-cyber-attacks-and-digital-disruption-are-business-priorities-over-next-three-years
Changing business priorities will see a greater emphasis on cybersecurity and digitalisation of processes over the next three years, according to almost 1000 senior executives in a survey by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance.
Top 6 business priorities over next three years:
- Market growth
- Strategy development and execution
- Digital adoption
- Leadership development
- Financial management
Leadership development in a digital world
The study also focused on attitudes to leadership development and what executive education can bring to business strategy. The need to improve management abilities, and address staff retention and development, are the highest priorities for corporate learning over the next three years. When asked which elements of the digital strategy are most important, an understanding of data and analysis of trends ranked highest among the survey’s respondents.
There is a clear role here for an executive education, according to FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance. While traditionally it is seen as a route to leadership development, corporate learning can place a stronger focus on real-world business challenges. From the findings of this leadership study, a better understanding of the impact of digital adoption will be higher on the agenda for senior executives over the next three years.
The 2017 Corporate Learning Pulse survey is the second in a series of annual surveys of C-suite executives, HR and L&D professionals. The report is available at http://resources.ftiecla.com/pulse2017/
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