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July 26, 2013

We have pleasure in inviting you to view our promotional video which highlights the benefits YPO/WPO members gained through undertaking executive education with Ivy Executive Education.  Hear from our program participants and from our Faculty Chair, Professor Sherman Roberts, as he discusses the decision making biases that impacted on Smith Kline Beecham.

We welcome you to join us on a future program.

 

July 20, 2013

Ivy Executive Education ran a two day program on Decision Making for Senior Executives in Melbourne in July 2013 for YPO/WPO.  The program was delivered by Professor Sherman Roberts, Associate Fellow of Said Business School, University of Oxford and the program was well attended by a strong mix of senior executives, CEO’s and business owners from a range of industries. 

70% of those completing the satisfaction survey (which was almost everyone) rated the program as either “Very Valuable” or “Extremely Valuable” when asked "Overall, how val

June 09, 2013

In this article we focus on the essential leadership skill of maximising individual and organisational performance – and on Aubrey Daniels who is possibly the world’s foremost authority on how to apply scientific research on human behaviour and motivation to the practical challenges of maximising individual and organisational performance.  Aubrey is a clinical psychologist by training, but is sometimes referred to as “the father of performance management”, as he was one of the first to make extensive use of the science of behaviour analysis in business.

April 25, 2013

In this article we focus on the essential leadership skill of innovating – and Alan Robinson who specialises in lean production, managing continuous improvement, creativity, ideas and innovation, and is the co-author of five books, which have been translated into more than twenty languages.

Listen to Alan here: http://www.ivyexeced.org/videos (3rd link down)

Alan G.

February 15, 2013

Today’s Senior Executives are at the forefront of organisations the world over that are faced with a long period of significant change and instability driven by globalisation, accelerated changes in technology, production and markets, and employment uncertainties.

January 15, 2013

Corporate universities have become more than a simple relabelling of the functional area of training; rather they represent a paradigm shift in the development of organisational human capital.  There are already over 2000 corporate universities in the USA, including one run by McDonald’s and popularly known as the ‘Hamburger University’.