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Digital Dialogues: Executive Education

How management education is evolving to meet the changing needs of leaders

Professor David Bach and Emeritus Professor Peter Lorange

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In the past, a professional qualification or an MBA might have set you on course for a stellar career. But the rapid advance of new technologies and growing demands on leaders to make sense of unfathomably complex issues mean executives today need to constantly upskill.

To arm leaders with the tools they need to navigate this new business world, executive education is evolving too.

In this webinar, IMD’s David Bach and Peter Lorange will discuss the increasing importance of lifelong learning.

To sharpen his own skills, Lorange took part in three IMD programs between April and July this year. He will share his first-hand experience on how best to prepare for a program to get the most out of your learning and to effectively apply it within your organizations after you leave the classroom.

Speakers:

  • David Bach, IMD Dean of Innovation and Programs, and Professor of Strategy and Political Economy
  • Peter Lorange, Emeritus Professor, Honorary President of IMD, and Founder, Chairman and CEO of digital educational provider, the Lorange Network (now part of IMD)

Register for the webinar on 15 September at 15:00 CEST

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