Completed events

Regional Cluster Event No. 10
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
13 November 2014 in Wroclaw
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Regional Cluster Event No. 9
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
6 November 2014 in Paris
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Regional Cluster Event No. 8
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
9 October 2014 at Centralværkstedet, Aarhus
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Regional Cluster Event No. 7
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
29 September 2014 at Central European University - Business School, Budapest
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Regional Cluster Event No. 6
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
4 September 2014 University of Antwerp - Antwerp Management School
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Regional Cluster Event No. 5
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
17th July 2014 at hbw | Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, Munich
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Regional Cluster Event No. 4
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
25th June 2014 at Politecnico di Milano in Milan
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Regional Cluster Event No. 3
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
4th June 2014 at IE Business School in Madrid
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Regional Cluster Event No. 2
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
3rd June 2014 at Henley Business School in Henley-on-Thames
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Regional Cluster Event No. 1
'New Curricula for e-Leadership'
20th May 2014 at New Bulgarian University in Sofia
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Top News

For Europe, a potential of more than 750,000 new ICT jobs until 2020
The demand for e-skills keeps growing at a tremendous pace. In 2020 the European labour market is projected to grow by more than 670,000 new jobs, but it could absorb another 756,000 ICT practitioners if only sufficient supply were in sight

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e-Leadership - Digital Skills for SMEs: There is a job to do! – Latest figures and results from the European initiative

Innovative e-leadership positions in Europe are estimated to be around 620,000 in 2015. Demand is estimated to reach 776,000 in 2020. Europe requires up to 200,000 e-leaders by 2020, i.e. 40,000 per year. Without further action Europe will not be in a position to create this number. There is a job to do!

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Press release: Promoting e-Leadership Skills - Scaling up and broadening our ambition for Europe

Europe requires up to 200,000 e-leaders by 2020, i.e. 40,000 per year. Without further action Europe will not be in a position to create this number. Building on previous efforts, a new initiative of the European Commission will develop a comprehensive agenda (2016-2020) for e-leadership.

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“Acquiring e-Leadership Skills - Fostering the Digital Transformation of Europe” brochure and report, available online now (May 2015)

Published under the title “NEW CURRICULA FOR E-LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN EUROPE” (final report), the first results of the initiative on e-leadership are to be presented to the public in time for the EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON DIGITAL AND KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES SKILLS on 1 – 2 June 2015 in Brussels (www.leadership2015.eu) and at www.eskills-guide.eu. The same holds true for the 36-page brochure summarising the results of this service contract.

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E-skills and e-leadership skills 2020 - Trends and forecasts for the European ICT professional and digital leadership labour market

This empirica Working Paper has been released in time for the European Commission Digital Single Market Strategy calling for action also for boosting digital and e-leadership skills acquisition and learning to foster the digital transformation of Europe.


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For Europe, a potential of more than 750,000 new ICT jobs until 2020

The demand for e-skills keeps growing at a tremendous pace. In 2020 the European labour market is...

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e-Leadership - Digital Skills for SMEs: There is a job to do!– Latest figures and results from the European initiative

Innovative e-leadership positions in Europe are estimated to be around 620,000 in 2015. Demand is...

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This initiative was launched by the European Commission DG Enterprise and Industry in January 2013

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e-Leadership

European industry has recognised the growing demand for leadership in ICT innovation or e-leadership. Recent research demonstrates that there is a significant shortage of e-leaders in Europe. To close this skills gap, we have applied an ecosystem perspective and identified techniques to improve information flows between demand and supply side stakeholders in e-leadership skills. The improved transparency and timely flow of knowledge about developing skills requirements will enable institutions of higher and executive education to respond. A key practical instrument in communicating skills requirements is the new curriculum profile, which specifies core skills, understanding and competences required by e-leaders today, whether they lead innovation teams bringing specialist understanding of topics such as enterprise architecture or take full responsibility for enterprise innovation at C level.

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