This webinar reviewed the scope and criteria of the Phase Three study to put the data results in context. Dr. Kurpiers also highlighted results that pointed to early signs that the “digital generations” are more accepting of credential models like badges and certificates and may prefer self-directed study regimes over prescribed ones.
The study shed light on the evolving expectations and experiences of up-and-coming generations of professionals spanning “Generation Z” and “Millennials” (so-called “digital generations”).
Organizations are seeking new opportunities that the digital generations present for business schools. The study and webinar explored how schools can align their educational models and adopt effective strategies to meet the needs of the digital generations throughout their careers.
- “Serving the Future Needs of Business in Management Development and
Retention”, Dr. Jim Pulcrano, October 2013
- Future Trends in Executive Education, A Market Trends Survey Project Conducted and Reported by Executive Core, LLC., published January, 2016
WEBINAR Thursday, Feb. 22
Presented by: Joyce Kurpiers Ph. D., Percept Research
Dr. Kurpiers is Senior Account Manager/Consultant for Percept Research, the firm that conducted the survey.
Before joining Percept Research, Dr. Kurpiers founded a qualitative research firm that for over nine years served a range of packaged and durable goods, technology, academic and non-profit organizations.
Mónica Sacristán, Dean, Executive Development, ITAM and Meg Regan, Director, Executive Programs, MIT.
Monica Sacristan has been Dean of Executive Development and University Extension at ITAM since 1999. She joined ITAM in 1996 as Associate Dean for MBA programs and as a faculty member teaching Strategy and Finance.
Additionally, she has designed, coordinated and lectured in several open enrolment and custom Executive Education programs for many International and Mexican corporations.
Ms. Sacristan served six years on the UNICON Board and was Board and as Chairperson in 2007.
Before joining ITAM, Monica worked for McKinsey & Co and was partner and founder of two ventures in the restaurant & food industry.
Meg Regan is Director for Executive Education for the MIT Sloan School of Management Office of Executive Education. She is responsible for directing transformational custom executive engagements for high-profile clients.
Meg has over twenty years of experience in educational program development and delivery in complex international, academic, medical, consulting and public health environments across the globe.
Prior to joining MIT, Meg was the Director of Global Programs and Corporate Affairs at Partners Harvard Medical International (PHMI), a non-profit consulting group at Harvard Medical School.Earlier in her career, at the USAID funded American International Health Alliance (AIHA), Meg managed complex public health and capacity building initiatives in various regions of the world.
Moderated by Rob Dietel, Director, Executive Programs MIT
Rob Dietel joined MIT Sloan Executive Education after spending four years as vice consul at the British Consulate General (Boston) UK Trade and Investment.
Rob also served on the British Embassy’s US network board of management in 2012-2013. His specialty areas included financial Services, energy, and the US/UK legal industry.
Prior to his work for the British Government, Rob worked in a variety of roles at Invesco Funds Group, Fidelity Investments, BISYS, Charles Schwab, and New York Life Investment Management.