CrossKnowledge chooses Business Digest for the well-known quality of its managerial dossiers, which enable our participants to go beyond their training and understand the issues that underlie the major transformations of their respective business environments.
Steve Fiehl, Associate Director, CrossKnowledge.
Leadership development increasingly calls for savvy associations between content and technology, and between the formal (traditional learning schemes) and the informal (Web 2.0). Business Digest and its partners combine complementary expertise to come up with creative and exciting responses to this challenge.
In the past three years, over 250,000 business executives from over sixty countries have taken part in HEC Executive Education training programs and workshops. A leader in the field of leadership development, HEC Executive Education is recognized worldwide for the high quality of its programs. In addition to AMBA, Equis, and AACSB certification, HEC Paris has been ranked second in the world by the Financial Times for its senior management and executive education programs.
CrossKnowledge is the European and Asian leader in IT-enabled leadership development, with over 1.5 million learners in 50 countries. Learning solutions draw on over 10,000 types of content developed in collaboration with an international network of professors from the world’s top business schools. They leverage state-of-the-art long-distance learning technologies and formats. CrossKnowledge also provides assistance with change initiative and learning scheme implementation.
ECCU is an influential group that brings together the heads of European corporate universities, academies, and institutes. It fosters sharing and exchange among its members and with other corporate university networks around the world. ECCU’s goal is to uncover trends within European corporate universities, help member companies effectively run (or create) their corporate universities, and deal with the cultural demands of the markets in which they operate. The club also sponsors research on European corporate university models to highlight similarities and differences with American and Asian models.
“People have never been as accessible to each other as in the current era of information, communication, and no boundaries. Yet the members of today’s societies are constantly searching for meaning, and companies must prove capable of forming positive relationships with their members, partners, and environments. More than the products a company sells, its values and ability to connect are what counts. That is why, since 1994, Key People has been devoting its energy and know-how to helping people make connections.”