IEDP: Redesigning and Reimagining Executive Education
Impressions, insights and takeaways from UNICON’s Annual Workshop 2021, hosted by the University of St. Gallen’s Executive School of Management, Technology and Law (ES-HSG)
Daniel Chadwick and Patrick LeJoncour, IEDP
In 2020, Professor Mohanbir Sawhney of the Kellogg School of Management projected that in a period of five short years the world of executive education would be transformed. In the first three years, he predicted we would see large-scale reaction and the adoption of ‘pandemic driven modalities’ (in 2020); followed by a massive redesign—specifically digitally-led (in 2021); and in 2022 that the sector would be reimagined—with innovative new business models forging the way.
In the summer of 2021, at UNICON’s Annual Workshop – run as a virtual event over two days in July and hosted by the University of St. Gallen’s Executive School of Management, Technology and Law in Switzerland – the focus is squarely at the confluence of the redesigning and reimagining phases of Sawhney’s roadmap, and the transformed, future world of University-based executive education beyond