We’re pleased to announce the publication of the second annual Corporate Learning Pulse, an attitudinal survey commissioned by Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance. The research was conducted among almost 1000 senior professionals across multiple business sectors in China, France, GCC countries, Germany, Netherlands, Nordics, Japan, Spain and the UK.
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.
Market growth and strategy development were revealed as major challenges facing global senior business executives, according to the 2017 Corporate Learning Pulse global survey. The survey considers the future direction of leadership development.
Senior executives face a multitude of business challenges, including an increasingly competitive environment, changes to technology and cybersecurity. Our survey reveals that corporate learning plays a vital role in helping businesses meet these challenges and developing the next generation of business leaders.
VanDyck Silveira, CEO Financial Times | IE Business School Corporate Learning Alliance