Notable Findings From Our Executive Education Survey

2016_EXECUNET_Columbia_Survey_coverIn a recent survey we called upon the ExecuNet community to share their views on executive education. The impact of our research is dependent upon the hundreds of thousands of members of the ExecuNet community sharing their views on executive life. We can’t do it without you and once again you didn’t disappoint!

It may come as no surprise to you that virtually every member we surveyed said learning and development play a key role in daily executive life. But what might surprise you is the top reason why your peers and colleagues value professional development.

The executive summary also reveals which type of learning is most appealing to executives, the single greatest barrier to continuous professional development, and much more.

Okay, enough teasing: Click here to access a complete executive summary of our findings. Yours to reflect on, and to share.

One last thing: Please look for an invitation in early June to participate in a follow-up survey. This time, we’ll be asking for your views on the focus your organization places on executive learning and development. Thank you in advance for your help!

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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