"In MIT Sloan, we found great people-good friends-totally committed to
our transformation. MIT people are committed to solving problems. We realized
we could tap their exceptional resources to set up processes and systems
essential to making us a world class corporation."
-Marco Dalpozzo, Human Resources and Organizational Development Director, Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), Brazil
Influential companies around the world engage MIT Sloan to help transform their organization, develop skilled technical leaders, and embark upon strategic business initiatives that require new thinking, methods, and processes.
Here, at the intersection of management and technology, we offer companies a powerful and unique integration of knowledge, experience, and resources. True to our motto Mens et Manus (Mind and Hand), MIT Sloan’s custom programs give participants an opportunity to apply MIT-developed frameworks to actual problems and opportunities, both in the classroom and back at their organization.
Our world-renowned faculty will work closely with you to integrate their proven and practical research with your company’s strategy and technology. This deep level of collaboration results in learning experiences that produce measurable and sustainable change.
Custom programs can help your organization respond to technological disruption, globalization, scientific discovery, digitization, and other environmental pressures. Curriculum can be designed to help you:
Read how MIT Sloan helped The Fung Group to establish and reinforce a shared business culture across multinational operations.
For roles that require a synthesis of technical and business acumen, custom programs can focus on developing the rare and precious skills required of tomorrow’s leaders. Curriculum can be designed to help you:
Read how MIT Sloan helped Aker Solutions develop high-potential project managers into future organizational leaders.
Custom programs help executives deliver on strategic business goals in areas where MIT is a thought leader—such as innovation, sustainability, digitization, operational excellence, safety, globalization, and customer-centricity. Curriculum can be designed to:
Read how MIT Sloan helped News Corp increase ROI with IT.
Steve Eppinger talks about MIT Executive Education's Custom programs
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