Executive Education Growing and Evolving


Franklin Covey corporate office and Heidrick & Struggles Houston corporate office





The US $70 billion market for Executive Education is growing and evolving. Traditional business schools that have offered executive education as part of their portfolios are encountering new competition from a variety of sources. In addition to new business schools and other professional schools, such as engineering, medical, and law, an increasing number of strategy consulting firms are entering this arena.

Boston Consulting Group and Bain are two of the larger organizations involved, along with Heidrick & Struggles, Franklin Covey, and others. With more than 80 locations around the world, the Boston Consulting Group is poised to meet the needs of executives in locations from the Americas to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

Franklin Covey, global consultants in strategy execution, customer loyalty, leadership, and individual effectiveness, offers leadership training workshops that can compete with business schools.

Heidrick & Struggles offers executive search services, as well as leadership consulting, including the design of global executive leadership strategies and programs.

Only time will tell whether or not these new providers will enjoy the success of business schools in the specialized executive education market.

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