Digital Leadership Programme
Photo: Prof.dr. Jeff Gaspersz, one of the core lecturers in our Programme.
Transforming digital learners into digital leaders
The Digital Leadership Programme is in its fifth year and 60 women have successfully completed the Programme. The modules are taught by prominent lecturers from Nyenrode Business University, University of Delft, INSEAD and The Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences.
The Programme aims to increase the number of women in digital leadership positions—and thus serves a fundamental social and economic purpose. Women are historically underrepresented in digital leadership roles, and this Programme seeks to provide them with the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed as digital leaders today.
With this belief that tomorrow’s digital leaders are today’s digital learners, the Digital Leadership Programme offers an intensive, invaluable educational experience for women with digital leadership ambitions. Participants will learn all about the latest technologies and their impact on transformation strategies, digital leadership, innovation, new business models and organisational development.
The Digital Leadership Programme is targeted at talented women who possess several years of management or professional experience in an industry that utilises digital technology.
The Programme consists of four modules of three days each, spread across the year, with interim-meetings for project groups.
The themes of the modules are: New Technologies, Innovation and Creative Thinking; Big Data and Digital Marketing Strategy; Transformation Strategies, Business Processes and Technology; and Digital Transformation and Leadership. Learn more about each module below.
Schedule, price and venue
On average, participants spend two days per month on the programme. The total price of the full programme is € 7.995 excluding VAT and accommodation. It includes study materials and catering, as well as free Basic Coding Training.
“The programme inspired me and made me think about my role in digital transformation and what kind of company I would like to work for.”Manager Operational Excellence at PON.
“For us to close the skills gap, we need to encourage a wider audience to pursue digital education and participate in the digital market.”Advisor, author, speaker and CEO of KAY Diversity & Performance B.V.
“Learning must be an attitude and a competence: people have to learn how to learn. We need to encourage a culture of curiosity and teach people how to find the resources they need to continually develop.”Lecturer at Nyenrode Business University