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Is your organisation ready to harness the transformative power of digital technologies? Does your role involve driving elements of this fundamental change process? Then this programme is for you.
Over five thought-provoking days, you’ll live and learn leadership skills for the digital age – and discover how to take the leap into planning, setting up and running digital transformation initiatives.
What does digital transformation mean for your business? How do you start? Where do you invest? (And where don’t you invest?) How do you set up a digital business? How do you lead the transformation? How do you deal with resistance?
Over five consecutive days, you’ll develop the critical skills to transform your role for digital transformation and leadership.
The Digital Leadership Programme takes place over five consecutive days on campus. There are also informal evening activities where you can get to know fellow participants – and learn more about their experiences in different sectors and specialisms. It’s a good idea to book a hotel near our campus so you can get the most from the whole experience. These hotels are all nearby.
In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:
Head of Business Process Management Signify
What I liked a lot about the programme is that it builds on best practices from the market. Successful companies build the capabilities they need and develop the skills to face these new realities. Otherwise, they might miss new opportunities, be oblivious to competitors, and misunderstand the needs of customers. Read more.
VP SVC Digitalization PVH
For my new role at PVH, I was looking for some tools and guidance on how to be a digital transformation leader. The programme showed me the complexity of digital transformation and that it is different from any other transformation: it’s about technology and change, but even more about people management.
Marketing Director at Royal Mosa
I appreciated the high academic level and the many applicable insights for my daily business practice. The assignments we worked on during the evenings allowed me to apply the theory to my professional life immediately. One major take-away for me was, “Always test your assumptions in the market."
Professor of Digital Transformation
Professor of Entrepreneurship
Professor of Financial Services Innovation
Professor of Leadership