Blended learning models are on the rise, but according to a recent UNICON report, they are not always optimally designed to meet the needs of executives. How can executive education providers enhance the learning experience?
Authored by IESE’s Guiseppe Auricchio, Kati Clement-Frazier of UCLA and JoEllen Prouty McLaren from ICEDR, this report gathers the feedback of senior managers who had recently participated in university-led leadership development programs based on a blended learning model. In addition to integrating technology to enhance the learning process — making it more participative and less passive — they urge education providers to adopt a more holistic view of learning.
Read the article:
Blended Learning: Avoiding the Blind Spots
Download the final report:
Use of Blended Learning in Executive Education: The Voice of the Learner