Executive education tops list of effective investments

Executive education is the way to go if an organisation wants to improve its business prospects, according to a new study of attitudes towards leadership

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Apr 07, 2017
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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, writes Ana Sanchez Linares of FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance.

The study, published in London by Financial Times and IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance, asked more than 600 business leaders and learning and development specialists responsible for influencing, planning and delivering executive development programs in small, medium and large organisations in the UK, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, how they measure change, and which talent investments rank highest for the learning and development community and the senior C-suite executives who hold them to account. Results from this attitudinal survey also came from randomised questions on investments in employees that improve business outcomes.

Click to read the full article in Chief Learning Officer magazine.