SEED aspires to become one of the TOP100 executive schools in the world recently published an article on SEED’s leadership development approach and its ambition to be ranked among the world’s best executive schools.

As the article shared, there is a great need to improve the leadership quality in Hungary and in the region, and a dynamic attitude to respond quickly to the constant changes is more important than ever. also covered SEED’s recent survey on digitalization, stated that two-thirds of Hungarian CEOs do not see that digitalization gives them a competitive advantage, with many seeing it as a distraction – which illustrates vividly the importance of the role of development and education in shaping attitudes in the economy.

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