The Leadership in a Technology Driven World programme combines two critical and interrelated topics – leadership and technology. While leadership has always been about inspiring and influencing people, leaders must now be able to do this in a context where technology is becoming ever more central and changing increasingly fast. To be a successful leader today is therefore about leading people and understanding and leveraging technology. This programme will help aspiring leaders to understand their strengths and weaknesses as leaders, understand the rapidly changing technological context of modern business, and provide them with the tools to lead in this challenging context.
Exposing to the “real” world
Opening up minds and developing curiosity
The learning tools and methodology:
High interaction in coached group sessions
Business cases and simulations
Insights from world’s best organisations
Work out of the comfort zone
Who should attend
Functional Directors wanting to take their career to the next level.
Newly promoted General Managers seeking to acquire the necessary general management and leadership skills.
From 2008 to 2011, he was Dean of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, a top six European business school with over 7,500 students. Before joining RSM, Yip was Vice President and Director of Research & Innovation at Capgemini Consulting, an 8 billion euro global company active ...
Bart Clarysse holds the Chair in Entrepreneurship at ETH Zürich and is adjoint as a Professor to the Business School on a visiting basis, where he teaches in several executive programs and in the executive MBA. Before he took his position at ETH, he was a full Professor of Entrepreneursh...
David Gann CBE CEng FICE FCGI is Imperial College''s Vice President, leading Innovation. He is a member of the College''s Executive Board.
David is an academic, university leader, strategist and advocate, renowned for his work on innovation, entrepreneurship and technology management. H...
Dr Namrata Malhotra is an Associate Professor in Strategy in the Organization and Management Group at the Imperial College Business School. Prior to joining Imperial, she was a faculty member in the School of Management at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Dr Malhotra h...
Markus is head of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department and academic director of Imperial''s Enterprise Lab. He is also the academic director of the Entrepreneurial Journey, Imperial College Business School''s experiential start-up programme across all on-site MBA programmes. ...
Professor Phillips'' research interests lie in four main areas. First, he has become increasingly engaged in a program of research looking at a range of different but related issues in entrepreneurship. From a more practical perspective, he is interested in how to scale up new, high-grow...
Sankalp Chaturvedi is an Associate Professor (Organisational Behavior & Leadership) at the Imperial College Business School. Currently, Sankalp is also leading the Gandhi Centre within the School. He holds a PhD from the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. Prior to...
Specialties: Keynote speaking, scenario thinking, strategic foresight, technology foresight, global trends, innovation process & culture, creativity, idea generation, thinking about thinking.
Founder and editor of www.nowandnext.com, a website that documents global trends. Have worked extens...
Аs a seasoned executive coach, trainer and facilitator Frans has extensive knowledge of global markets, business practices and protocols. He has worked with CEOs, managing directors, senior executives, leaders and partners in national, international and global organisations, in both the public an...
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