e-leadership: Are you digital and IT ready? Conference a success!

29 June 2015

e-leadership: Are you digital and IT ready?  Conference a success!

e-Leadership: Are you Digital and IT Ready? Conference a success!

The e-leadership regional conference sponsored by the European Commission was held at Europe House in London on June 2, 2015

The conference attracted almost one hundred participants coming from various industries. The line-up of the speakers provided insightful perspectives on policy making, education, and training landscape of e-leadership for the SMEs.

Opened by the Earl of Erroll (Merlin), a cross-bench peer of the House of Lords, Chief of Scottish clan Hay, and hereditary Lord High Constable of Scotland the conference provided a local platform of collaboration between academics, businesses and policy-makers both from the demand and supply side of e-leadership.

Henley Business School together with its European partners (Aarhus University, INSEAD, IE Business school, Antwerp School of Management and New Bulgarian University and Empirica) presented the results of the on-going project on creating educational and training offerings for e-leadership.

The main message from the Conference is the development of appropriate policies, e-skills training, and e-Leadership for SMEs programmes is seen as a key priority for Henley Business School. Policy maker and educator will continue delivering value to SMEs in order to help them achieve high capabilities, high performance and high competitiveness through building experience and demonstrating best practices.

Henley Business School will be making a number of educational offers to SMEs, supporting start-ups and engaging local business and educators.

For more information on the event contact:

Lecturer in Entrepreneurship                                                                       

Henley Business School

Whiteknights, University of Reading

Reading, RG6 6UD

Tel:  +44 (0)118 378 6231

Email: m.belitski@reading.ac.uk



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For more information please contact Alex Baker by email at a.j.baker@henley.ac.uk or by phone on 0118 3788691.