IEDP: Redesigning and Reimagining Executive Education
Impressions, insights and takeaways from UNICON’s Annual Workshop 2021
Daniel Chadwick and Patrick LeJoncour, IEDP
In 2020, Professor Mohanbir Sawhney of the Kellogg School of Management projected that in a period of five short years the world of executive education would be transformed. In the first three years, he predicted we would see large-scale reaction and the adoption of ‘pandemic driven modalities’ (in 2020); followed by a massive redesign—specifically digitally-led (in 2021); and in 2022 that the sector would be reimagined—with innovative new business models forging the way.
In the summer of 2021, at UNICON’s Annual Workshop – run as a virtual event over two days in July and hosted by the University of St. Gallen’s Executive School of Management, Technology and Law in Switzerland – the focus is squarely at the confluence of the redesigning and reimagining phases of Sawhney’s roadmap, and the transformed, future world of University-based executive education beyond
About University of St. Gallen’s Executive School of Management, Technology and Law
University of St. Gallen (HSG) is a leading European Business School in teaching, research and executive education and currently ranked #4 in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking (2017).
The Executive School of Management, Technology and Law is the executive education organization of the University of St.Gallen. The Executive School offers its own selection of executive education options, and gives students access to a strong portfolio of programs in the fields of management, law, technology and economics, located at the university’s different institutions.