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The book's nine chapters cover:
trends and forecasts; aligning development strategies and programs with business objectives;
the 5 high-impact uses of executive development;
creating strategic unity and alignment;
successful transition of new executives;
accelerating executive development of emerging leaders;
addressing business challenges; and
the business impact of executive development.
Information is provided from a 2004 survey of executive development practices.
Other value-added features include:
design of typical action-oriented learning activities; web-based survey: typical question themes; and
different ways to measure executive development.
In 2004 EDA cunducted an in depth survey with senior management of nine major companies. This book is largely the result of what these executives had to say combined with the years of experience that EDA has had in preparing specialized training classes for executives.
As people have worked their way up the organization, they have had to develop leadership and numerous other skills. At the executive level they are now faced with new challenges. These particularly involve strategic decisions for which they have not been previously responsible.
Without going into the details of the book, the problems these new executives face include directing the corporation into new organizational forms, bringing new leaders up the chain, and preparing to meet the big changes that are coming in their corporate world. For change is always coming, and to ignore it is to effectively kill the company. What will happen to your company with dramatic jumps in the price of energy? What effect will the Kyoto protocol have? These are the known challenges. You can be sure that the future has a bunch of surprises that executives will have to meet if their companies are to survive.
This book contains not the answers to these problems, but how to prepare executives to effectively face them.