(PRWEB UK) 21 February 2013
Organizational adoption of e-learning has been confined to lower level staff, with a focus on technical training, compliance, and frontline skills.
But this is all about to change. Three forces are enabling a whole new experience for executives as online learning comes of age.
Innovators in executive education are starting to take notice. Hitendra Wadhwa, a professor at Columbia Business School who also directs the Institute for Personal Leadership and is at the forefront of Columbia’s development of online executive education programs, is getting executives and their organizations to finally give a nod to online learning. He is doing so by creating a fresh new approach that destroys the three enduring myths that executives have held on to for the last decade...
Read Hitendra Wadhwa's Three Myths Of Online Learning
About the Author: Hitendra Wadhwa is Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia Business School, where he runs popular personal leadership courses. He is also the founder of the Institute for Personal Leadership, which offers consulting to individuals and organizations such as American Express, Best Buy, Estee Lauder, Godrej Group, JP Morgan Chase, and Pfizer. The Institute has just created an online course in collaboration with Columbia due to launch in 2012.
Prior to Columbia Professor Wadhwa worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. He also founded and led Paramark an award winning technology company that developed the first real-time optimization platform for online marketing.