MIT Sloan Executive Certificate in Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management
In this track, non-technical executives and tech savvy managers alike have an opportunity to learn how to recognize, manage, and profit from the significant ways in which rapidly evolving technology and global networks transform today's businesses. Namely, they learn how to model and solve problems facing large-scale projects, as well as new strategies for making smart project choices, which justify outcomes and create value.
Choose from a variety of courses to help you capitalize on the significant ways in which rapidly evolving forms of information, technology, and global networks are transforming today's businesses. Our courses feature some of the world's leading thinkers in technology and operations, senior faculty from the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT School of Engineering, and various MIT research centers.
Among our faculty are Steven Eppinger, Professor of Management Science and Engineering Systems and the author of Product Design and Development, a textbook used in courses at hundreds of universities around the world; Zeynep Ton, Adjunct Associate Professor of Operations Management and the author of The Good Jobs Strategy; and George F. Westerman, a research scientist at the MIT Center for Information Systems Research and an author of the #1-rated Information Technology (IT) Business book of 2009,The Real Business of IT: How CIOs Create and Communicate Value and the recently published book, Leading Digital: Turning Technology Into Business Transformation.
To earn an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate in Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management, participants must choose three courses, plus a fourth course from any of the three tracks.
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