Research Recap: 2018 – 2019

Research Recap: 2018 – 2019

Have you read all of our recent research? In case you missed some or need a refresher, here’s a recap of all the UNICON-sponsored research projects over the past two years.

2019 Research:

Implications of Artificial Intelligence on Business Schools and Lifelong Learning

Research sponsored by: AACSB, EMBAC, and UNICON

AI Challenges are affecting almost every business school around the globe, and every school is addressing it in unique ways. This report explores the implications of artificial intelligence on business schools and lifelong learning.

Read the full report here.

Make or Buy to Scale

Research sponsored by: UNICON

Should executive education organizations make or buy to scale their offerings? The answer is surprisingly complex. In this research report, executive education leaders from ten different schools in the US, Mexico and Singapore to understand their approaches to scaling.

Read the full report here.

ROI on Executive Education: Revising the Past and Looking to the Future

Research sponsored by: UNICON

There has been continued interest within the executive education community, both university-based business schools and their clients, on the topic of evaluation and Return on Investment (ROI) from executive education programs.

This 2018 report identifies how the landscape of executive education and the views of ROI have changed over the last thirteen years since those reports were published.

Read the full report here.

2018 Research:

The Top Management Agenda for Executive Education Development

Research sponsored by: UNICON

Mega trends such as digital transformation, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technologies challenge executives in unprecedented ways. Are companies doing enough to develop executives who will be able to manage these challenges successfully in the future?

This new biennial report by the University of St. Gallen shows that a staggering 84 percent of companies admit that they are still in their infancy when it comes to executive learning and development (L&D).

Read the full report here.

New Study Shows Business Schools Must Adapt to Meet Needs of Digital Generation

Research sponsored by: UNICON, AACSB, EMBAC

Throughout time, societal changes have brought about generational differences inside and outside of the business world.

Results from a new research study, commissioned by AACSB International (AACSB), the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC), and the International Consortium for Executive Education (UNICON), identifies how business schools can align their education models to meet the needs and expectations of millennials and the newest generation of learners, Generation Z.

Read the full report here.

Executive Education Framing and Making Strategic Choices

Research sponsored by: UNICON

Executive education is a competitive business. There is no one way for a school to be successful, so deans and their leadership teams need to develop viable strategies by framing and making strategic choices, while retaining the agility to adapt to new information and changing circumstances.

This requires a process that engages relevant stakeholders in a meaningful dialogue that is framed around the key choices and based in facts while using a common language. This paper outlines an approach to doing this.

Read the full report here.

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