For whom?

This world-class digital leadership programme is reserved for executives, middle managers and high potentials with an aspiration to lead digital projects within their organisations. Entrepreneurs can join the programme to gain inspiration on digital innovation to check their initiatives and vision against the realities of the digital world, and to develop their business plans with digital experiments.

The programme targets people passionate about "digital" and going beyond the obvious to achieve a competitive advantage.

All applicants are subject to a qualification process (review CV or LinkedIn profile). Candidates will be notified of the admission decision within one week of receipt of their application.

Participants that typically register include the following functions: Digital Project Manager, VP Customer Orientation & Transformation, CIO, Digital Transformation Executive, Marketing Director, CEO, Digital Architect, Business Unit Manager, Strategy Manager... and they come from a variety of sectors such as Pharmaceutical, Industrial Assembly, Automotive, Food and Beverage, Banking & Insurance, Fashion Retailer, Services, Consulting, Industrial Manufacturing...

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A learning experience with real impact on your operations? A management programme tailored to the specific needs of your business? Contact us and discover how we can design and deliver customised programmes for your team that add genuine value to your organisation.

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