The future may be moving from digital to mobile and some instances even beyond, but simply adding new platforms to your portfolio do not address all the challenges. The picture is much, much bigger.
Some say that global markets have finally reached a point of stability, while others see another crisis looming. Some argue that wealth creation makes the world a better place, while other predict that inequality is threatening global peace. Technology is disrupting industries, yet at the same time it is opening up new opportunities.
Professor Ian Goldin has worked with Nelson Mandela to create the economic recovery of South Africa. As senior vice president of the World Bank, he was a guardian of global-economic development. Now at Oxford, he manages the largest think tank of the University to address the most pressing global challenges we will face.
As one of the faculty on the Executive Programme for Innovation and Change (EPIC), he will not predict the future – but he will ask all the right questions so you can shape it. He has done so in many contexts, and in 2014 you may be the beneficiary or his wealth of experience and knowledge.
Would you like the opportunity to be part of that select group to engage with and learn from Professor Goldin? Would you like to do it in a peer-setting with other senior magazine media executives by your side?
If so, sign up for your place on EPIC, where not only will you learn about the bigger picture of the wider world and it’s changing dynamics, but you will also learn how to apply change to your organisation so that you can be nimble, adapt quickly, foster innovation and enhance your skills as a leader who can take their team through transformation and help shape the digital shift.
Take a look at the timetable for the week-long residential course.
The all-inclusive residential course fee includes tuition, meals and accommodation.
FIPP members: £10,945
EPIC is an exclusive course, open only to a selected number of high-level participants.