Written by Alan Matcham, Tim Coburn, Antoine Gerome and Luca Turconi
From the early onset of blended learning over 20 years ago, digital learning technologies have been used to enhance the effectiveness of executive and leadership development. During this time, new technologies have evolved and more applications in the field of executive development have been tried and tested. Today, the question facing organisations is less about whether to use digital technology and more about which learning technologies have the greatest potential in the development of future leaders.
In our engagement with clients, there is genuine curiosity about the role of digital learning technology in executive and leadership development. While there is a lot on offer and many lessons learned from experience, corporate organisations want credible guidance on which learning technologies to use and why. This research study aims to help answer their question.
Where digital technologies are being used in executive and leadership development, they are used selectively to increase the impact of traditional pedagogical approaches to deliver outcomes more effectively. To address this hypothesis, we want to talk to organisations that use digital learning in executive development and find out which technologies they believe offer the greatest additional value and understand why they are investing in them.
If you are interested in taking part in our research, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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