Fresh thinking that drives business
Digital transformation is a leap into the unknown.
You can improve productivity, customer experience and decision making by embracing digital transformation and change. However, whether change is incremental or disruptive, it is your people not your technology that matters most.
Our digital transformation programs will help your teams to adopt a digital-first mindset, learn how to optimise user interfaces, turn offline process into digital workflows and transform happy customers into online brand ambassadors.
Inspiring a mindset of innovation
In order to successfully achieve digital transformation goals, leaders, senior teams and staff need to adopt a new mindset: an innovative state-of-mind.
Our programs help companies identify which areas of their business need an injection of fresh thinking, and then guide their teams towards creative, viable solutions to real-life company problems.
Our programs don’t just inspire people to think creatively, but also help leaders understand how they can foster a culture of innovation, without losing sight of the core strategy and business vision.
Trusted by global leaders
Meaningful business transformation starts from within. These are some of the clients whose businesses we’re helping to reinvent, with programmes designed to bring out the best in their people.
Turning Learning Design into Business Impact
Every single leadership development program we create is unique. Yet, each one of them is created based on fundamental principles which underpin our learning designs.
We believe executive education is a craft, not a commodity. With each new client, we develop an entirely fresh approach. Together, we ensure your learning journeys meet strategic goals and create value.Learn more →
Our work starts with understanding, empathizing with, and challenging your assumptions, vision and objectives. For each client, we build a team of learning, impact and customer experience experts - supported by top professors and FT journalists.Learn more →
Hard and soft skills development requires attention. The clear priority for AI-readiness is an investment in new technology and infrastructure, which will require bolstering of technical know-how and upskilling in hard areas of aptitude. Artificial Intelligence in the Horizon Report, 2019
Unique perspectives on Artificial Intelligence
In 2019, Headspring produced a major report in partnership with YouGov on how professionals in Europe and Middle East understand the impact of the imminent age of Artificial Intelligence on their careers.
The results of this research do not suggest an international workforce enthusiastically campaigning for the adoption of AI, which is understandable. AI is still, for most, an unfamiliar technology tainted by a legacy of pop culture suspicion. However, the appetite for learning and engaging appears high. Fear of job redundancy is low (under 10%) and much less than the expectation of new opportunities and upskilling.
We conclude that Artificial Intelligence represents an exciting opportunity for businesses across all regions and industries. However, success in implementation will depend on the management of employee expectations and confidence in the value of transition.
In times of uncertainty, as AI will unavoidably create, people need leadership. The deciding factor for most organisations, then, will be how their leaders respond.
Key Insights on Digital Transformation
Digital transformation continues to redefine how learning and development happen, but to harness learning technology’s full potential it is critical that organisations stay connected to why. Learn about 6 trends shaping learning.Read the trends →
Will machines become our servants or will artificial intelligence replace us, taking our jobs with it? In this episode of Learning REWIRED we are joined by Gary Kildare, Chief HR Officer of IBM Europe, who offers his views on these issues and more.Listen now →