- 26 Sep 2014 9:00 AM
Demand is growing throughout European industry to improve the quality of e-leadership, covering organisation leadership in ICT innovation to deliver business value. Research has confirmed a significant shortage of e-leadership skills across Europe - a call for action.
The European Commission e-Leadership initiative focuses on the leadership needs of top decision-makers and professional leaders at larger enterprises. These leaders oversee portfolios of both well-defined and emergent innovation opportunities. Successful design and implementation requires developing and engaging highly qualified staff to achieve the target value.
Focus Of Initiative And Event
The European Commission initiative found that closing the e-leadership skills gap requires a range of educational ecosystem actions. In particular it needs strong collaboration of demand and supply stakeholders to create new educational offers. Pilot work shows that this leads to innovative and relevant content for e-leadership curricula.
The present event is one of ten regional events organised by the European Commission across Europe. It is hosted by the Central European University Business School together with VSIZ – the CIO Association Hungary, EuroCIO – the European CIO Association, IVSZ – the Hungarian ICT Association and EIT ICT Labs.
The objectives of the event are to:
Inform stakeholders keen to promote innovation through e-Leadership.
Communicate the e-leadership Curriculum Profile and quality label approach
Disseminate lessons from pilot developments
Guide education institutions to develop e-leadership programmes
Encourage employers to make use of e-leadership programme offerings.
Agenda: new curricula for e-leadership delivering skills for an innovative and competitive europe
Date and time: 29 September 2014 from 8.30 h to 16.30 h
Venue: Central European University - Business School
Address: Frankel Leó Út 30-34. H-1023 Budapest, Room 101
Source: CEU Business School