We have been quite critical in the past regarding the failure of our Business Schools to respond to the growing shortage of digital leaders. At last, it appears that this is about to change.
A recent article published on the Business Because MBA web site shows that a number of leading schools are now offering programmes to support executives in dealing with turbulent digital change and digital disruption.
Schools mentioned as being digital innovators include Harvard, ESSEC, Mannheim, Salford, Said, Cambridge Judge, IMD and Tuck as well as our own Digital Leaders MBA elective class at Strathclyde Business School. I would also add the University of Edinburgh Business School to this list.
While it is great to see progress being made, Ted Malloch, fellow in…