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Watch our first ever “VPanel” — a four person webcam interactive discussion on globalization and sustainability — on demand http://bit.ly/cUt7Jk  via the IBM New Intelligence channel.

The webcast discussion is an outgrowth of the Future Leaders study — http://www.ibm.com/futureleaders — with 3600 graduate and undergraduate students around the world that was another firstm  and part of IBM’s 2010 CEO Study.

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IBM  | The CEO Study Student Survey: Insights from Future Leaders
Based on what they say today, what will future leaders do differently from today’s CEOs? Given the complex world future leaders will inherit, how do the views of today’s students and CEOs compare in regard to the role of business leadership? According to a new global study of more than 3,600 students in college and graduate schools, the future leaders already have some distinct ideas based on their values about globalization and sustainability. This year, for the first time, we conducted a Global Student Study in conjunction with the Global CEO Study. Side by side, these two reports provide a view of leadership from different generations, and a glimpse of what leadership may look like in the future. Students’ perceptions have been profoundly shaped by the digital and interconnected world of their school years. What is the impact of those experiences? Given the world they inherited from previous generations, what do today’s students believe about the role of public and private organizations? Most importantly, when they become leaders themselves, what are they likely to do differently?
Download Global Student Study, Inheriting a  Complex World: Future Leaders Envision Sharing the Planet

smarterleaders:

IBM | The CEO Study Student Survey: Insights from Future Leaders

Based on what they say today, what will future leaders do differently from today’s CEOs? Given the complex world future leaders will inherit, how do the views of today’s students and CEOs compare in regard to the role of business leadership? According to a new global study of more than 3,600 students in college and graduate schools, the future leaders already have some distinct ideas based on their values about globalization and sustainability. This year, for the first time, we conducted a Global Student Study in conjunction with the Global CEO Study. Side by side, these two reports provide a view of leadership from different generations, and a glimpse of what leadership may look like in the future. Students’ perceptions have been profoundly shaped by the digital and interconnected world of their school years. What is the impact of those experiences? Given the world they inherited from previous generations, what do today’s students believe about the role of public and private organizations? Most importantly, when they become leaders themselves, what are they likely to do differently?

Download Global Student Study, Inheriting a Complex World: Future Leaders Envision Sharing the Planet

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Highlights from 2010 CEO Study Student Survey. For the first time, IBM’s biannual CEO Study included the perspectives of 3600 college and graduate students from all over the world. Here’s a sample of some of the insights that this generation of future smarter leaders shared.  The full Student Survey results will be published Jun 14th.

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Frank Kern, Senior Vice President, IBM Global Business Services, gives an overview on the 2010 CEO Study and the Webcast Series to build a global dialogue around the findings of this report, based on interviews with 1500 chief executives and public sector leaders, as well as research conducted with more than 3600 students worldwide

Join us on May 18th for a global dialogue on the IBM 2010 CEO Study. We’ll be hosting a series of live webcasts over 24 hours, with  IBM expert guests joining by webcam from around the world.

Before and during the webcast you and your clients can join in the discussion by posing questions and post comments on: