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Our portfolio of executive development and management programs reflect MIT Sloan's core mission—to develop principled, innovative leaders and to generate ideas that advance management practice—in an environment designed to foster extensive peer-to-peer interaction and a wide range of professional and cultural exchanges. Choose from over 40 two-day to week-long programs led by internationally renowned experts from MIT Sloan School of Management and other MIT schools and research centers. Our open enrollment, executive development programs are offered in three areas of concentration, which address the business needs and goals of executives worldwide: Strategy and Innovation; Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management; and Management and Leadership.


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  • Advanced Management Program
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    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People
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  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This highly experiential course builds on neuroscience concepts and neuroleadership techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. 


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
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    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
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    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Business Dynamics: MIT's Approach to Diagnosing and Solving Complex Business Problems
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    4.7
  • Jun 20-24, 2016
  • Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This course provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to system dynamics, a unique framework for understanding and managing complex businesses and organizations, developed at MIT by the very faculty teaching this program. Participants are introduced to a variety of tools, including mapping techniques, simulation models, and MIT’s “management flight simulators” to help them understand the sources of persistent problems and how business decisions may result in complicated cause-and-effect loops.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,700 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
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    5.0
  • Jun 21-22, 2016
  • Strategy, Leadership
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    A recent survey of more than 400 global CEOs revealed that the ability to execute strategy was their number one challenge, ahead of innovation, geopolitical instability, and top-line growth. Executives are right to be concerned. At least two-thirds of large organizations struggle to implement their strategies. This new course is designed to help global executives close the gap between strategic intent and results by introducing a systematic framework and hands-on tools to drive execution in their own organizations.

    Please note that this program uses a special application form; to access, you must click on the APPLY TODAY button in the right column of this page, not on the APPLY NOW button in the site navigation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Communication and Persuasion in the Digital Age
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    4.2
  • Mar 24-25, 2016 | Jun 21-22, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • General Management
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership

  • Description: Grounded in extensive cognitive research on how we learn and observe, this program is designed to help executives and managers become successful communicators in person and in virtual contexts—from public speeches and group discussions to video conferencing and social media.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
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  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Creating High Velocity Organizations
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    4.3
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 8-9, 2016 | Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Process Improvement
  • Primary Topics: Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change

  • Description: What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy
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    4.3
  • Strategy, Operations
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Operations

    Secondary Topics: Business Analytics, Globalization, General Management

  • Description: This course offers unique, MIT-developed approaches to business operations strategy based on best-practice research conducted among the world’s leading companies. The program helps participants plan the most efficient use of material resources and manage complicated global networks. It also offers analytical, strategic insights into vertical integration, outsourcing,product strategy, supplier management, process technologies, capacity and risk management, and global networks.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
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    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
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    4.9
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
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    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016 | Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Entrepreneurship Development Program
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    4.9
  • Jan 22-27, 2017
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management, Financial Management

  • Description: Drawing from the vast culture of innovation and entrepreneurship at MIT, this unique course introduces participants to MIT’s entrepreneurial education programs, technology transfer system, and global entrepreneurial network. It covers the entire venture creation process, from generating ideas to building viable global businesses, with a special emphasis on the nurturing roles of corporations, universities, governments, and foundations.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: 2016: $10,500 (excluding accommodations); 2017: $10,500 if paid by June 30, 2016, $10,900 if paid after June 30, 2016 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Essential IT for Non-IT Executives
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    4.5
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Technology Management
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management

    Secondary Topics: General Management

  • Description: For non-technical business leaders and corporate strategists, IT can be a source of much frustration. In many companies, the relationship between IT departments and business leaders is like a troubled marriage—miscommunication is rife, leaving executives struggling to improve the situation. This course is intended to help organizations develop a language shared by managers from various backgrounds and areas of expertise, so they can work together efficiently and productively, propelling the company toward future success.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Executive Program in General Management
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    4.5
  • Innovation, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship

  • Description: The Executive Program in General Management (EPGM) is a 10-month, multi-modular, general management program for emerging international leaders that focuses on Management and Leadership; Strategy and Innovation; and Technology, Operations and Value Chain Management. The program focuses on developing key leadership skills such as making technology-enhanced strategic decisions, building collaborative organizations, managing key talent across global markets, and integrating an innovation mindset into corporate culture. At the end of the program, executives will be well prepared and positioned to accelerate the pace of innovation and growth at their organizations—large or small

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $33,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
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    4.3
  • Jun 23-24, 2016 | Oct 4-5, 2016
  • Business Analytics, Financial Management
  • Primary Topics: Business Analytics, Financial Management

  • Description: This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate finance and senior management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
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    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Greater Boston Executive Program
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  • Mar 7-Apr 25, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Based on MIT Sloan's original Greater Boston Executive Program that has a 50+ year legacy in the Boston area, this program provides managers with current, research-based frameworks for understanding and improving leadership capabilities, the implementation of organization changes, and the management of human resources. This general management program combines the benefits of seminar discussions among representatives from companies operating in the Greater Boston area in an advanced management course and provides a stimulus for continued study.

    Application deadline extended; apply now.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $10,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies Application Workshop
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  • Apr 14-14, 2016 | Oct 13-13, 2016
  • Operations, Process Improvement
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking

  • Description: This hands-on strategy workshop helps participants apply dynamic work design concepts introduced in Implementing Improvement Strategies to their own particular work challenges.

    Note: This workshop is not eligible for credit towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $1,400 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: N/A

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
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    4.6
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jul 28-29, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Operations, Process Improvement
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography
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    5.0
  • May 18-20, 2016
  • Innovation, Leadership
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Process Improvement

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Great leaders ask great questions—of themselves and others. The capacity to ask the right questions, unlocking valuable new insights and solutions, forms the very essence of creative leadership. This new course uses photography as a powerful mode of inquiry into how participants observe, make decisions, experiment, test, and execute.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Intelligent Organizations 4Dx (live online)
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    3.0
  • Apr 26-May 31, 2016
  • Innovation
  • Primary Topics: Innovation

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW ONLINE PROGRAM
    This course enables participants to interact in real time with high quality video lessons, other participants, and faculty through personalized avatars in immersive, virtual classrooms. Learners will meet each Tuesday from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Eastern U.S. time for six weeks (April 26–May 31, 2016) in the online environment to view video lessons and complete group action learning activities led by the faculty. This rich, engaging experience can be accessed by participants wherever they are in the world at the times the sessions are delivered.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
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  • Mar 1-Apr 29, 2016 | Jun 1-Jul 29, 2016 | Sep 1-Oct 31, 2016 | Dec 1, 2016-Jan 31, 2017
  • Financial Management
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • Launching Your Entrepreneurial Venture: Key Legal Issues 4Dx (live online)
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    4.7
  • Apr 7-May 19, 2016
  • Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM!
    An innovation-driven startup or growth company—one designed to commercialize a new technology or a business model enabled by a new technology—faces distinctive law-sensitive challenges. This program is a hands-on, focused “deep dive” into the law-sensitive issues that face innovation-driven businesses at key junctures.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • Leading Change in Complex Organizations
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    4.8
  • May 15-20, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

  • Description: This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Complex Technical Projects
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    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Product Development & Management
  • Primary Topics: Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program enables participants to reduce the complexity involved in large projects by restructuring development and management procedures in ways that produces small-team results. MIT’s innovative solution, based on the design structure matrix (DSM), is devised to streamline complex projects by developing detailed models to understand the intricate interactions and iterative nature of design.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
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    5.0
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
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    4.3
  • Mar 16-17, 2016 | Jul 19-20, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Marketing Innovation
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    4.7
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Innovation, Marketing
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
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    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program
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    5.0
  • Oct 19, 2016-May 1, 2018 | Oct 1, 2017-Oct 1, 2019
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: REAP is a unique, multi-year program for cross-functional teams designed to help regions promote economic development and job creation by implementing a more robust innovation-based entrepreneurial ecosystem. As part of the program, participants attend two-and-a-half day educational workshops twice a year for at least two years, where they are exposed to the theory and practice of developing regional clusters of innovation-based entrepreneurship.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $300,000 (covers tuition for two years for entire team of 5-8 participants)

    Program Days: 10

  • Negotiation for Executives
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    4.9
  • Mar 8-9, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • General Management
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: From fundamental principles to specific real-world examples, this program offers a holistic view of negotiation as building relationships that are rooted in mutual trust and respect and that result in success at the bargaining table. Through interactive exercises and extensive feedback, participants learn to prioritize multiple issues to reach the most beneficial resolution and to optimize both the economic and subjective value of negotiations.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Neuroscience for Leadership
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    4.5
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program will provide hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from brain research and psychology that can improve your individual leadership performance, as well as that of your team and organization.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
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    4.1
  • Apr 5-6, 2016 | Jul 7-8, 2016 | Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Strategy, Entrepreneurship
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model
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    4.6
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Technology Management, Strategy
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Process Improvement

  • Description: MIT Sloan has created frameworks to help enterprises define and build powerful business models that will enable organizations to compete in the global digital economy. This program illustrates the frameworks with examples from successful companies such as Amazon, Apple, LexisNexis, USAA, and Procter & Gamble and includes assessment exercises and consulting group sessions.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategic Cost Analysis for Managers
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    4.3
  • Apr 21-22, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Financial Management
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Operations, Business Analytics

  • Description: In this course, participants learn to analyze the performance of projects and even entire departments from a financial perspective; gain a deeper understanding of how resources are allocated throughout an organization; and understand how to leverage cost analysis to position a particular project or department.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
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    4.9
  • Mar 7-9, 2016 | Oct 19-21, 2016
  • Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Strategy in a Global World
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    4.2
  • Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 7-8, 2016
  • Strategy, Globalization
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: Over the last few decades, global integration has become a strategic imperative. To survive and prosper today, companies must develop a vision that encompasses aspects of being a global organization. This program explores how to build lasting success in a changing global marketplace and introduces concepts and frameworks used to understand the relevance, challenge, and management of global integration in multinational corporations.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
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    4.2
  • Apr 19-20, 2016 | Jul 21-22, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Operations, Globalization
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services
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    4.8
  • Nov 14-18, 2016
  • Innovation, Product Development & Management
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement

  • Description: This five-day program blends the perspectives of marketing, design, and engineering into a systematic approach to delivering innovation, presenting methods that can be put into immediate practice. The goal of this program is to help participants become systematic about innovation in order to create value for their businesses and their customers in the globally connected market.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $8,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation
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    5.0
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Nov 14-15, 2016
  • Innovation, Leadership
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Innovation is a big buzzword that means different things to different people. Where do innovative and revolutionary business ideas come from? According to research by Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, mastering five key skills forms the foundation for finding ideas that create value. This new innovation program helps executives learn to achieve breakthrough insights through self-assessment, catalytic questioning, deep observation, diverse networking, and rapid experimentation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
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    4.3
  • Jul 21-22, 2016 | Oct 25-26, 2016
  • Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Systems Thinking
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This program introduces participants to MIT's unique, powerful, and integrative system dynamics approach to assess problems that will not go away and to produce the results they want. Through exercises, simulation models, and MIT's "management flight simulators," participants experience the long-term side effects and impacts of decisions and understand the ways in which performance is tied to structures and policies.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Mar 16-18, 2016 | Jun 8-10, 2016 | Oct 24-26, 2016
  • Globalization
  • Primary Topics: Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics

  • Description: This three-day program presents tools and frameworks to help executives understand and predict the medium- to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions, both locally and abroad. Participants will leave the program with a better understanding of the global economic environment, global market strategy, and macroeconomics and how they impact their company and their business decisions

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • February 2016
  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • March 2016
  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
  • MORE
  • Mar 1-Apr 29, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • Greater Boston Executive Program
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  • Mar 7-Apr 25, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Based on MIT Sloan's original Greater Boston Executive Program that has a 50+ year legacy in the Boston area, this program provides managers with current, research-based frameworks for understanding and improving leadership capabilities, the implementation of organization changes, and the management of human resources. This general management program combines the benefits of seminar discussions among representatives from companies operating in the Greater Boston area in an advanced management course and provides a stimulus for continued study.

    Application deadline extended; apply now.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $10,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 7-9, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Negotiation for Executives
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    4.9
  • Mar 8-9, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: From fundamental principles to specific real-world examples, this program offers a holistic view of negotiation as building relationships that are rooted in mutual trust and respect and that result in success at the bargaining table. Through interactive exercises and extensive feedback, participants learn to prioritize multiple issues to reach the most beneficial resolution and to optimize both the economic and subjective value of negotiations.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation
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    5.0
  • Mar 10-11, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Innovation is a big buzzword that means different things to different people. Where do innovative and revolutionary business ideas come from? According to research by Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, mastering five key skills forms the foundation for finding ideas that create value. This new innovation program helps executives learn to achieve breakthrough insights through self-assessment, catalytic questioning, deep observation, diverse networking, and rapid experimentation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Neuroscience for Leadership
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 10-11, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program will provide hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from brain research and psychology that can improve your individual leadership performance, as well as that of your team and organization.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Marketing Innovation
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Mar 10-11, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People
  • MORE
  • Mar 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This highly experiential course builds on neuroscience concepts and neuroleadership techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. 


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Creating High Velocity Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change

  • Description: What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 16-17, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Mar 16-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics

  • Description: This three-day program presents tools and frameworks to help executives understand and predict the medium- to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions, both locally and abroad. Participants will leave the program with a better understanding of the global economic environment, global market strategy, and macroeconomics and how they impact their company and their business decisions

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 22-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Mar 22-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This program introduces participants to MIT's unique, powerful, and integrative system dynamics approach to assess problems that will not go away and to produce the results they want. Through exercises, simulation models, and MIT's "management flight simulators," participants experience the long-term side effects and impacts of decisions and understand the ways in which performance is tied to structures and policies.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Communication and Persuasion in the Digital Age
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Mar 24-25, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership

  • Description: Grounded in extensive cognitive research on how we learn and observe, this program is designed to help executives and managers become successful communicators in person and in virtual contexts—from public speeches and group discussions to video conferencing and social media.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • April 2016
  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
  • MORE
    4.1
  • Apr 5-6, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
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    5.0
  • Apr 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Launching Your Entrepreneurial Venture: Key Legal Issues 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Apr 7-May 19, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM!
    An innovation-driven startup or growth company—one designed to commercialize a new technology or a business model enabled by a new technology—faces distinctive law-sensitive challenges. This program is a hands-on, focused “deep dive” into the law-sensitive issues that face innovation-driven businesses at key junctures.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Apr 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Process Improvement

  • Description: MIT Sloan has created frameworks to help enterprises define and build powerful business models that will enable organizations to compete in the global digital economy. This program illustrates the frameworks with examples from successful companies such as Amazon, Apple, LexisNexis, USAA, and Procter & Gamble and includes assessment exercises and consulting group sessions.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • MORE
  • Apr 12-13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Apr 12-13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies Application Workshop
  • MORE
  • Apr 14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking

  • Description: This hands-on strategy workshop helps participants apply dynamic work design concepts introduced in Implementing Improvement Strategies to their own particular work challenges.

    Note: This workshop is not eligible for credit towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $1,400 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: N/A

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Essential IT for Non-IT Executives
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Apr 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management

    Secondary Topics: General Management

  • Description: For non-technical business leaders and corporate strategists, IT can be a source of much frustration. In many companies, the relationship between IT departments and business leaders is like a troubled marriage—miscommunication is rife, leaving executives struggling to improve the situation. This course is intended to help organizations develop a language shared by managers from various backgrounds and areas of expertise, so they can work together efficiently and productively, propelling the company toward future success.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategic Cost Analysis for Managers
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Apr 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Operations, Business Analytics

  • Description: In this course, participants learn to analyze the performance of projects and even entire departments from a financial perspective; gain a deeper understanding of how resources are allocated throughout an organization; and understand how to leverage cost analysis to position a particular project or department.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Intelligent Organizations 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    3.0
  • Apr 26-May 31, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW ONLINE PROGRAM
    This course enables participants to interact in real time with high quality video lessons, other participants, and faculty through personalized avatars in immersive, virtual classrooms. Learners will meet each Tuesday from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Eastern U.S. time for six weeks (April 26–May 31, 2016) in the online environment to view video lessons and complete group action learning activities led by the faculty. This rich, engaging experience can be accessed by participants wherever they are in the world at the times the sessions are delivered.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • May 2016
  • Leading Change in Complex Organizations
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 15-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

  • Description: This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography
  • MORE
    5.0
  • May 18-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Process Improvement

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Great leaders ask great questions—of themselves and others. The capacity to ask the right questions, unlocking valuable new insights and solutions, forms the very essence of creative leadership. This new course uses photography as a powerful mode of inquiry into how participants observe, make decisions, experiment, test, and execute.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Advanced Management Program
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • June 2016
  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
  • MORE
  • Jun 1-Jul 29, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Jun 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This program introduces participants to MIT's unique, powerful, and integrative system dynamics approach to assess problems that will not go away and to produce the results they want. Through exercises, simulation models, and MIT's "management flight simulators," participants experience the long-term side effects and impacts of decisions and understand the ways in which performance is tied to structures and policies.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategy in a Global World
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Jun 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: Over the last few decades, global integration has become a strategic imperative. To survive and prosper today, companies must develop a vision that encompasses aspects of being a global organization. This program explores how to build lasting success in a changing global marketplace and introduces concepts and frameworks used to understand the relevance, challenge, and management of global integration in multinational corporations.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Jun 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Creating High Velocity Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jun 8-9, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change

  • Description: What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jun 8-10, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics

  • Description: This three-day program presents tools and frameworks to help executives understand and predict the medium- to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions, both locally and abroad. Participants will leave the program with a better understanding of the global economic environment, global market strategy, and macroeconomics and how they impact their company and their business decisions

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jun 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Marketing Innovation
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Jun 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Jun 16-17, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Negotiation for Executives
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Jun 16-17, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: From fundamental principles to specific real-world examples, this program offers a holistic view of negotiation as building relationships that are rooted in mutual trust and respect and that result in success at the bargaining table. Through interactive exercises and extensive feedback, participants learn to prioritize multiple issues to reach the most beneficial resolution and to optimize both the economic and subjective value of negotiations.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Business Dynamics: MIT's Approach to Diagnosing and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Jun 20-24, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This course provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to system dynamics, a unique framework for understanding and managing complex businesses and organizations, developed at MIT by the very faculty teaching this program. Participants are introduced to a variety of tools, including mapping techniques, simulation models, and MIT’s “management flight simulators” to help them understand the sources of persistent problems and how business decisions may result in complicated cause-and-effect loops.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,700 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
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    5.0
  • Jun 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    A recent survey of more than 400 global CEOs revealed that the ability to execute strategy was their number one challenge, ahead of innovation, geopolitical instability, and top-line growth. Executives are right to be concerned. At least two-thirds of large organizations struggle to implement their strategies. This new course is designed to help global executives close the gap between strategic intent and results by introducing a systematic framework and hands-on tools to drive execution in their own organizations.

    Please note that this program uses a special application form; to access, you must click on the APPLY TODAY button in the right column of this page, not on the APPLY NOW button in the site navigation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Communication and Persuasion in the Digital Age
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    4.2
  • Jun 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership

  • Description: Grounded in extensive cognitive research on how we learn and observe, this program is designed to help executives and managers become successful communicators in person and in virtual contexts—from public speeches and group discussions to video conferencing and social media.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
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    4.3
  • Jun 23-24, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Business Analytics, Financial Management

  • Description: This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate finance and senior management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • July 2016
  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
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    4.1
  • Jul 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
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    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jul 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Jul 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jul 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
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    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Complex Technical Projects
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program enables participants to reduce the complexity involved in large projects by restructuring development and management procedures in ways that produces small-team results. MIT’s innovative solution, based on the design structure matrix (DSM), is devised to streamline complex projects by developing detailed models to understand the intricate interactions and iterative nature of design.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Jul 28-29, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • September 2016
  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
  • MORE
  • Sep 1-Oct 31, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
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    4.6
  • Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategic Cost Analysis for Managers
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Operations, Business Analytics

  • Description: In this course, participants learn to analyze the performance of projects and even entire departments from a financial perspective; gain a deeper understanding of how resources are allocated throughout an organization; and understand how to leverage cost analysis to position a particular project or department.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • October 2016
  • Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Oct 4-5, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Business Analytics, Financial Management

  • Description: This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate finance and senior management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Complex Technical Projects
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program enables participants to reduce the complexity involved in large projects by restructuring development and management procedures in ways that produces small-team results. MIT’s innovative solution, based on the design structure matrix (DSM), is devised to streamline complex projects by developing detailed models to understand the intricate interactions and iterative nature of design.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Negotiation for Executives
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    4.9
  • Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: From fundamental principles to specific real-world examples, this program offers a holistic view of negotiation as building relationships that are rooted in mutual trust and respect and that result in success at the bargaining table. Through interactive exercises and extensive feedback, participants learn to prioritize multiple issues to reach the most beneficial resolution and to optimize both the economic and subjective value of negotiations.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Communication and Persuasion in the Digital Age
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership

  • Description: Grounded in extensive cognitive research on how we learn and observe, this program is designed to help executives and managers become successful communicators in person and in virtual contexts—from public speeches and group discussions to video conferencing and social media.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Marketing Innovation
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies Application Workshop
  • MORE
  • Oct 13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking

  • Description: This hands-on strategy workshop helps participants apply dynamic work design concepts introduced in Implementing Improvement Strategies to their own particular work challenges.

    Note: This workshop is not eligible for credit towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $1,400 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: N/A

  • Neuroscience for Leadership
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    4.5
  • Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program will provide hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from brain research and psychology that can improve your individual leadership performance, as well as that of your team and organization.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Essential IT for Non-IT Executives
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    4.5
  • Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management

    Secondary Topics: General Management

  • Description: For non-technical business leaders and corporate strategists, IT can be a source of much frustration. In many companies, the relationship between IT departments and business leaders is like a troubled marriage—miscommunication is rife, leaving executives struggling to improve the situation. This course is intended to help organizations develop a language shared by managers from various backgrounds and areas of expertise, so they can work together efficiently and productively, propelling the company toward future success.

    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People
  • MORE
  • Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This highly experiential course builds on neuroscience concepts and neuroleadership techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. 


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
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    5.0
  • Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This program introduces participants to MIT's unique, powerful, and integrative system dynamics approach to assess problems that will not go away and to produce the results they want. Through exercises, simulation models, and MIT's "management flight simulators," participants experience the long-term side effects and impacts of decisions and understand the ways in which performance is tied to structures and policies.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Process Improvement

  • Description: MIT Sloan has created frameworks to help enterprises define and build powerful business models that will enable organizations to compete in the global digital economy. This program illustrates the frameworks with examples from successful companies such as Amazon, Apple, LexisNexis, USAA, and Procter & Gamble and includes assessment exercises and consulting group sessions.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
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    4.1
  • Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Creating High Velocity Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change

  • Description: What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Oct 19-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Oct 24-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics

  • Description: This three-day program presents tools and frameworks to help executives understand and predict the medium- to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions, both locally and abroad. Participants will leave the program with a better understanding of the global economic environment, global market strategy, and macroeconomics and how they impact their company and their business decisions

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Oct 25-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • MORE
  • Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
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    4.2
  • Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • November 2016
  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
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    4.4
  • Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
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    4.5
  • Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategy in a Global World
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Nov 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: Over the last few decades, global integration has become a strategic imperative. To survive and prosper today, companies must develop a vision that encompasses aspects of being a global organization. This program explores how to build lasting success in a changing global marketplace and introduces concepts and frameworks used to understand the relevance, challenge, and management of global integration in multinational corporations.

    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation
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    5.0
  • Nov 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Innovation is a big buzzword that means different things to different people. Where do innovative and revolutionary business ideas come from? According to research by Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, mastering five key skills forms the foundation for finding ideas that create value. This new innovation program helps executives learn to achieve breakthrough insights through self-assessment, catalytic questioning, deep observation, diverse networking, and rapid experimentation.


    Certificate:  Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services
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    4.8
  • Nov 14-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement

  • Description: This five-day program blends the perspectives of marketing, design, and engineering into a systematic approach to delivering innovation, presenting methods that can be put into immediate practice. The goal of this program is to help participants become systematic about innovation in order to create value for their businesses and their customers in the globally connected market.


    Certificate:  Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $8,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • December 2016
  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
  • MORE
  • Dec 1, 2016 - Jan 31, 2017
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • January 2017
  • Entrepreneurship Development Program
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Jan 22-27, 2017
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management, Financial Management

  • Description: Drawing from the vast culture of innovation and entrepreneurship at MIT, this unique course introduces participants to MIT’s entrepreneurial education programs, technology transfer system, and global entrepreneurial network. It covers the entire venture creation process, from generating ideas to building viable global businesses, with a special emphasis on the nurturing roles of corporations, universities, governments, and foundations.

    Certificate:  Management and Leadership

    Tuition: 2016: $10,500 (excluding accommodations); 2017: $10,500 if paid by June 30, 2016, $10,900 if paid after June 30, 2016 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

Business Analytics
  • Business Dynamics: MIT's Approach to Diagnosing and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Jun 20-24, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This course provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to system dynamics, a unique framework for understanding and managing complex businesses and organizations, developed at MIT by the very faculty teaching this program. Participants are introduced to a variety of tools, including mapping techniques, simulation models, and MIT’s “management flight simulators” to help them understand the sources of persistent problems and how business decisions may result in complicated cause-and-effect loops.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,700 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jun 23-24, 2016 | Oct 4-5, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Business Analytics, Financial Management

  • Description: This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate finance and senior management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • MORE
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Entrepreneurship Development Program
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Jan 22-27, 2017
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management, Financial Management

  • Description: Drawing from the vast culture of innovation and entrepreneurship at MIT, this unique course introduces participants to MIT’s entrepreneurial education programs, technology transfer system, and global entrepreneurial network. It covers the entire venture creation process, from generating ideas to building viable global businesses, with a special emphasis on the nurturing roles of corporations, universities, governments, and foundations.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: 2016: $10,500 (excluding accommodations); 2017: $10,500 if paid by June 30, 2016, $10,900 if paid after June 30, 2016 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Launching Your Entrepreneurial Venture: Key Legal Issues 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Apr 7-May 19, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM!
    An innovation-driven startup or growth company—one designed to commercialize a new technology or a business model enabled by a new technology—faces distinctive law-sensitive challenges. This program is a hands-on, focused “deep dive” into the law-sensitive issues that face innovation-driven businesses at key junctures.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Oct 19, 2016-May 1, 2018 | Oct 1, 2017-Oct 1, 2019
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: REAP is a unique, multi-year program for cross-functional teams designed to help regions promote economic development and job creation by implementing a more robust innovation-based entrepreneurial ecosystem. As part of the program, participants attend two-and-a-half day educational workshops twice a year for at least two years, where they are exposed to the theory and practice of developing regional clusters of innovation-based entrepreneurship.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $300,000 (covers tuition for two years for entire team of 5-8 participants)

    Program Days: 10

  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
  • MORE
    4.1
  • Apr 5-6, 2016 | Jul 7-8, 2016 | Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Financial Management
  • Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jun 23-24, 2016 | Oct 4-5, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Business Analytics, Financial Management

  • Description: This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate finance and senior management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Investment Management Theory and Practice: A CIMA® Certification Registered Education Program (online)
  • MORE
  • Mar 1-Apr 29, 2016 | Jun 1-Jul 29, 2016 | Sep 1-Oct 31, 2016 | Dec 1, 2016-Jan 31, 2017
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This online course is built around the Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA) certification curriculum and is approved by the Investment Management Consultants Association® (IMCA®) as a registered education program thus fulfilling the initial education requirement for CIMA certification.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,995

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategic Cost Analysis for Managers
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Apr 21-22, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Operations, Business Analytics

  • Description: In this course, participants learn to analyze the performance of projects and even entire departments from a financial perspective; gain a deeper understanding of how resources are allocated throughout an organization; and understand how to leverage cost analysis to position a particular project or department.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

General Management
  • Advanced Management Program
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Business Dynamics: MIT's Approach to Diagnosing and Solving Complex Business Problems
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Jun 20-24, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This course provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to system dynamics, a unique framework for understanding and managing complex businesses and organizations, developed at MIT by the very faculty teaching this program. Participants are introduced to a variety of tools, including mapping techniques, simulation models, and MIT’s “management flight simulators” to help them understand the sources of persistent problems and how business decisions may result in complicated cause-and-effect loops.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,700 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Communication and Persuasion in the Digital Age
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Mar 24-25, 2016 | Jun 21-22, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership

  • Description: Grounded in extensive cognitive research on how we learn and observe, this program is designed to help executives and managers become successful communicators in person and in virtual contexts—from public speeches and group discussions to video conferencing and social media.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016 | Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Executive Program in General Management
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship

  • Description: The Executive Program in General Management (EPGM) is a 10-month, multi-modular, general management program for emerging international leaders that focuses on Management and Leadership; Strategy and Innovation; and Technology, Operations and Value Chain Management. The program focuses on developing key leadership skills such as making technology-enhanced strategic decisions, building collaborative organizations, managing key talent across global markets, and integrating an innovation mindset into corporate culture. At the end of the program, executives will be well prepared and positioned to accelerate the pace of innovation and growth at their organizations—large or small

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $33,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Greater Boston Executive Program
  • MORE
  • Mar 7-Apr 25, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Based on MIT Sloan's original Greater Boston Executive Program that has a 50+ year legacy in the Boston area, this program provides managers with current, research-based frameworks for understanding and improving leadership capabilities, the implementation of organization changes, and the management of human resources. This general management program combines the benefits of seminar discussions among representatives from companies operating in the Greater Boston area in an advanced management course and provides a stimulus for continued study.

    Application deadline extended; apply now.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $10,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Launching Your Entrepreneurial Venture: Key Legal Issues 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Apr 7-May 19, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM!
    An innovation-driven startup or growth company—one designed to commercialize a new technology or a business model enabled by a new technology—faces distinctive law-sensitive challenges. This program is a hands-on, focused “deep dive” into the law-sensitive issues that face innovation-driven businesses at key junctures.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • Leading Change in Complex Organizations
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 15-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

  • Description: This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 16-17, 2016 | Jul 19-20, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Negotiation for Executives
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 8-9, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: From fundamental principles to specific real-world examples, this program offers a holistic view of negotiation as building relationships that are rooted in mutual trust and respect and that result in success at the bargaining table. Through interactive exercises and extensive feedback, participants learn to prioritize multiple issues to reach the most beneficial resolution and to optimize both the economic and subjective value of negotiations.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jul 21-22, 2016 | Oct 25-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Globalization
  • Strategy in a Global World
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: Over the last few decades, global integration has become a strategic imperative. To survive and prosper today, companies must develop a vision that encompasses aspects of being a global organization. This program explores how to build lasting success in a changing global marketplace and introduces concepts and frameworks used to understand the relevance, challenge, and management of global integration in multinational corporations.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 19-20, 2016 | Jul 21-22, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Mar 16-18, 2016 | Jun 8-10, 2016 | Oct 24-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics

  • Description: This three-day program presents tools and frameworks to help executives understand and predict the medium- to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions, both locally and abroad. Participants will leave the program with a better understanding of the global economic environment, global market strategy, and macroeconomics and how they impact their company and their business decisions

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

Innovation
  • Advanced Management Program
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • MORE
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016 | Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Entrepreneurship Development Program
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Jan 22-27, 2017
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management, Financial Management

  • Description: Drawing from the vast culture of innovation and entrepreneurship at MIT, this unique course introduces participants to MIT’s entrepreneurial education programs, technology transfer system, and global entrepreneurial network. It covers the entire venture creation process, from generating ideas to building viable global businesses, with a special emphasis on the nurturing roles of corporations, universities, governments, and foundations.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: 2016: $10,500 (excluding accommodations); 2017: $10,500 if paid by June 30, 2016, $10,900 if paid after June 30, 2016 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Executive Program in General Management
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship

  • Description: The Executive Program in General Management (EPGM) is a 10-month, multi-modular, general management program for emerging international leaders that focuses on Management and Leadership; Strategy and Innovation; and Technology, Operations and Value Chain Management. The program focuses on developing key leadership skills such as making technology-enhanced strategic decisions, building collaborative organizations, managing key talent across global markets, and integrating an innovation mindset into corporate culture. At the end of the program, executives will be well prepared and positioned to accelerate the pace of innovation and growth at their organizations—large or small

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $33,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography
  • MORE
    5.0
  • May 18-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Process Improvement

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Great leaders ask great questions—of themselves and others. The capacity to ask the right questions, unlocking valuable new insights and solutions, forms the very essence of creative leadership. This new course uses photography as a powerful mode of inquiry into how participants observe, make decisions, experiment, test, and execute.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Intelligent Organizations 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    3.0
  • Apr 26-May 31, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW ONLINE PROGRAM
    This course enables participants to interact in real time with high quality video lessons, other participants, and faculty through personalized avatars in immersive, virtual classrooms. Learners will meet each Tuesday from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Eastern U.S. time for six weeks (April 26–May 31, 2016) in the online environment to view video lessons and complete group action learning activities led by the faculty. This rich, engaging experience can be accessed by participants wherever they are in the world at the times the sessions are delivered.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 16-17, 2016 | Jul 19-20, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Marketing Innovation
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Oct 19, 2016-May 1, 2018 | Oct 1, 2017-Oct 1, 2019
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Business Analytics, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: REAP is a unique, multi-year program for cross-functional teams designed to help regions promote economic development and job creation by implementing a more robust innovation-based entrepreneurial ecosystem. As part of the program, participants attend two-and-a-half day educational workshops twice a year for at least two years, where they are exposed to the theory and practice of developing regional clusters of innovation-based entrepreneurship.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $300,000 (covers tuition for two years for entire team of 5-8 participants)

    Program Days: 10

  • Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Nov 14-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement

  • Description: This five-day program blends the perspectives of marketing, design, and engineering into a systematic approach to delivering innovation, presenting methods that can be put into immediate practice. The goal of this program is to help participants become systematic about innovation in order to create value for their businesses and their customers in the globally connected market.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $8,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Nov 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Innovation is a big buzzword that means different things to different people. Where do innovative and revolutionary business ideas come from? According to research by Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, mastering five key skills forms the foundation for finding ideas that create value. This new innovation program helps executives learn to achieve breakthrough insights through self-assessment, catalytic questioning, deep observation, diverse networking, and rapid experimentation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Intellectual Property & Capital
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • MORE
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Launching Your Entrepreneurial Venture: Key Legal Issues 4Dx (live online)
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Apr 7-May 19, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM!
    An innovation-driven startup or growth company—one designed to commercialize a new technology or a business model enabled by a new technology—faces distinctive law-sensitive challenges. This program is a hands-on, focused “deep dive” into the law-sensitive issues that face innovation-driven businesses at key junctures.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300

    Program Days: 2

Leadership
  • Advanced Management Program
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People
  • MORE
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This highly experiential course builds on neuroscience concepts and neuroleadership techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. 


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Jun 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    A recent survey of more than 400 global CEOs revealed that the ability to execute strategy was their number one challenge, ahead of innovation, geopolitical instability, and top-line growth. Executives are right to be concerned. At least two-thirds of large organizations struggle to implement their strategies. This new course is designed to help global executives close the gap between strategic intent and results by introducing a systematic framework and hands-on tools to drive execution in their own organizations.

    Please note that this program uses a special application form; to access, you must click on the APPLY TODAY button in the right column of this page, not on the APPLY NOW button in the site navigation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Greater Boston Executive Program
  • MORE
  • Mar 7-Apr 25, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Based on MIT Sloan's original Greater Boston Executive Program that has a 50+ year legacy in the Boston area, this program provides managers with current, research-based frameworks for understanding and improving leadership capabilities, the implementation of organization changes, and the management of human resources. This general management program combines the benefits of seminar discussions among representatives from companies operating in the Greater Boston area in an advanced management course and provides a stimulus for continued study.

    Application deadline extended; apply now.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $10,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography
  • MORE
    5.0
  • May 18-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Process Improvement

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Great leaders ask great questions—of themselves and others. The capacity to ask the right questions, unlocking valuable new insights and solutions, forms the very essence of creative leadership. This new course uses photography as a powerful mode of inquiry into how participants observe, make decisions, experiment, test, and execute.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Leading Change in Complex Organizations
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 15-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

  • Description: This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Neuroscience for Leadership
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program will provide hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from brain research and psychology that can improve your individual leadership performance, as well as that of your team and organization.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 7-9, 2016 | Oct 19-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Nov 14-15, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Innovation is a big buzzword that means different things to different people. Where do innovative and revolutionary business ideas come from? According to research by Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, mastering five key skills forms the foundation for finding ideas that create value. This new innovation program helps executives learn to achieve breakthrough insights through self-assessment, catalytic questioning, deep observation, diverse networking, and rapid experimentation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jul 21-22, 2016 | Oct 25-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Managing People & Change
  • Advanced Management Program
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 31-Jul 1, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Process Improvement, Entrepreneurship, Globalization

  • Description: The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $62,500 (including accommodations)

    Program Days: 25

  • Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People
  • MORE
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This highly experiential course builds on neuroscience concepts and neuroleadership techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. 


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Greater Boston Executive Program
  • MORE
  • Mar 7-Apr 25, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Based on MIT Sloan's original Greater Boston Executive Program that has a 50+ year legacy in the Boston area, this program provides managers with current, research-based frameworks for understanding and improving leadership capabilities, the implementation of organization changes, and the management of human resources. This general management program combines the benefits of seminar discussions among representatives from companies operating in the Greater Boston area in an advanced management course and provides a stimulus for continued study.

    Application deadline extended; apply now.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $10,000 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Leading Change in Complex Organizations
  • MORE
    4.8
  • May 15-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

  • Description: This organization change management program helps executives harness the leadership skills, political resources, and cultural understandings needed to guide successful organizational change. The course utilizes a unique analytical framework to address the change process from three perspectives: strategic, political, and cultural. Each of these perspectives provides critical insights and tools that enable managers to avoid the pitfalls associated with traditional approaches to change.


    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Technical Professionals and Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 16-17, 2016 | Jul 19-20, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Leadership

  • Description: This program explores a set of proven, practical, and innovative strategies for maximizing the contribution of an organization’s technical resources. It provides key insights on how to retain technical staff, integrate technical professionals into the organization, build more successful project teams, and keep teams high-performing over time.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Maximizing Your Personal Productivity
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Sep 29-30, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: This course is designed to increase the personal productivity of professionals through a series of case studies, practical exercises, and background readings. Maximizing Your Personal Productivity is based on Extreme Productivity, a best-selling book by Bob Pozen, Faculty Director of the program and former President of Fidelity Investments and Executive Chairman of MFS Investment Management. The program encourages self-evaluation through polls and surveys about your work habits and provides ample opportunities for learning through doing.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Neuroscience for Leadership
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program will provide hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from brain research and psychology that can improve your individual leadership performance, as well as that of your team and organization.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Transforming Your Leadership Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Jul 21-22, 2016 | Oct 25-26, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: As organizations move away from a “command and control” model to a more “cultivate and coordinate” model, executives can no longer rely on old ways of thinking about leadership strategies. This course introduces participants to a powerful new framework developed at MIT to help leaders at every level drive innovation, maximize team performance, and succeed in today’s complex world of fast-paced, dramatic change.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Marketing
  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
  • MORE
    4.9
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016 | Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Marketing Innovation
  • MORE
    4.7
  • Mar 10-11, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Marketing

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: You’ve created an innovative new product or service that could revolutionize your industry, but do you know how to successfully bring it to market? Are you prepared to assess market opportunities? Will customers readily understand the value of your innovation? This program is designed to provide executives who already have deep technical or functional experience with a thorough review of the key marketing concepts as they relate to new innovations and new products. This course also covers new digital techniques and the evolution of marketing as a data-driven science.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Operations
  • Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Operations

    Secondary Topics: Business Analytics, Globalization, General Management

  • Description: This course offers unique, MIT-developed approaches to business operations strategy based on best-practice research conducted among the world’s leading companies. The program helps participants plan the most efficient use of material resources and manage complicated global networks. It also offers analytical, strategic insights into vertical integration, outsourcing,product strategy, supplier management, process technologies, capacity and risk management, and global networks.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies Application Workshop
  • MORE
  • Apr 14-14, 2016 | Oct 13-13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking

  • Description: This hands-on strategy workshop helps participants apply dynamic work design concepts introduced in Implementing Improvement Strategies to their own particular work challenges.

    Note: This workshop is not eligible for credit towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $1,400 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: N/A

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jul 28-29, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Supply Chain Strategy and Management
  • MORE
    4.2
  • Apr 19-20, 2016 | Jul 21-22, 2016 | Sep 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Strategy

  • Description: This course presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving supply chain performance. It introduces a unique MIT framework, using the concept of technology clockspeed, for strategically managing and optimizing supply chains. Participants gain a deeper understanding of supply chain integration, technology sourcing, make-buy decisions, strategic partnering and outsourcing, and IT and decision-support systems

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Process Improvement
  • Creating High Velocity Organizations
  • MORE
    4.3
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 8-9, 2016 | Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change

  • Description: What makes some organizations capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation? This program will introduce the fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies Application Workshop
  • MORE
  • Apr 14-14, 2016 | Oct 13-13, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking

  • Description: This hands-on strategy workshop helps participants apply dynamic work design concepts introduced in Implementing Improvement Strategies to their own particular work challenges.

    Note: This workshop is not eligible for credit towards an MIT Sloan Executive Certificate.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $1,400 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: N/A

  • Implementing Improvement Strategies: Dynamic Work Design
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jul 28-29, 2016 | Oct 11-12, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Operations, Process Improvement

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program helps executives understand how continuous improvement strategies, sustained over a long period of time, affect core business metrics and contribute to the success of the organization. This course equips managers with a fundamental understanding of how work design—as well as their own approach to management—can be improved for optimal business benefits.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Product Development & Management
  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Complex Technical Projects
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Jul 26-27, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Managing People & Change

  • Description: This program enables participants to reduce the complexity involved in large projects by restructuring development and management procedures in ways that produces small-team results. MIT’s innovative solution, based on the design structure matrix (DSM), is devised to streamline complex projects by developing detailed models to understand the intricate interactions and iterative nature of design.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
  • MORE
    5.0
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services
  • MORE
    4.8
  • Nov 14-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement

  • Description: This five-day program blends the perspectives of marketing, design, and engineering into a systematic approach to delivering innovation, presenting methods that can be put into immediate practice. The goal of this program is to help participants become systematic about innovation in order to create value for their businesses and their customers in the globally connected market.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $8,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

Strategy
  • Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People
  • MORE
    4.5
  • Mar 14-15, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 3-4, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership, Managing People & Change, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Globalization

  • Description: Participants in this organizational strategy program will learn what it takes to build game-changing companies that make their teams and areas of responsibility world-class talent factories. They will also discuss the importance of building an innovative company culture and learn from the successes and challenges of various companies that have been on similar journeys of transformation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
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    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Closing the Gap Between Strategy and Execution
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    5.0
  • Jun 21-22, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    A recent survey of more than 400 global CEOs revealed that the ability to execute strategy was their number one challenge, ahead of innovation, geopolitical instability, and top-line growth. Executives are right to be concerned. At least two-thirds of large organizations struggle to implement their strategies. This new course is designed to help global executives close the gap between strategic intent and results by introducing a systematic framework and hands-on tools to drive execution in their own organizations.

    Please note that this program uses a special application form; to access, you must click on the APPLY TODAY button in the right column of this page, not on the APPLY NOW button in the site navigation.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,500 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
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  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Capital

    Secondary Topics: Systems Thinking, Leadership, Product Development & Management

  • Description: Global interest in entrepreneurship is on the rise and large, older corporations are beginning to explore how entrepreneurial thought and action can complement and enhance their innovation efforts. They are engaged in making themselves more skillful and friendly to these activities as a way to venture into unprecedented or unfamiliar places. This practical course will give you an overview of this emerging field and equip you to contribute to corporate efforts in any of three roles: the entrepreneurial actor, the entrepreneur’s boss and the corporate executive seeking to make her firm more entrepreneurial.

    Registration is limited to 36 participants. Register early!

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy
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    4.3
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Operations

    Secondary Topics: Business Analytics, Globalization, General Management

  • Description: This course offers unique, MIT-developed approaches to business operations strategy based on best-practice research conducted among the world’s leading companies. The program helps participants plan the most efficient use of material resources and manage complicated global networks. It also offers analytical, strategic insights into vertical integration, outsourcing,product strategy, supplier management, process technologies, capacity and risk management, and global networks.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
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    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Digital Marketing and Social Media Analytics
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    4.9
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Oct 6-7, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Marketing, Business Analytics

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Product Development & Management

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Digitization is revolutionizing marketing strategy. From tablets and big data to new customer monitoring tools and the global emergence of social networking, recent technology has revolutionized the modes of communication through which businesses and brands engage with consumers. This course is designed to help executives understand the new rules of marketing in the digital age, covering a range of topics that include search marketing, social network marketing and analytics, predictive modeling, mobile advertising and commerce, CRM strategy, and digital advertising.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Driving Strategic Innovation: Achieving High Performance Throughout the Value Chain
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    4.6
  • Feb 28-Mar 4, 2016 | Sep 18-23, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Managing People & Change, Intellectual Property & Capital, Globalization

  • Description: This joint program with IMD helps business leaders successfully manage innovation from concept to commercialization. Drawing on a dynamic and integrative value chain framework created at MIT, participants learn how to build organizational relationships that facilitate knowledge transfer, both within the firm and across the value chain.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: March 2016: CHF 11,500 (excluding accommodations) | September 2016: $11,500 USD (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
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    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
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    4.1
  • Apr 5-6, 2016 | Jul 7-8, 2016 | Oct 19-20, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Entrepreneurship

    Secondary Topics: Innovation

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    Over the past two decades, some of the most profitable and successful firms are those that have adopted a digital platform model—a strategy whereby the company allows two or more disparate groups to interact over a platform to co-create value; for example, website developers and users on Akamai, recruiters and employees on LinkedIn, and drivers and customers on Uber. In this new two-day program, participants eager to develop or launch a digital platform approach will learn why and how their business strategies may need to be revised to be successful.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model
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    4.6
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Process Improvement

  • Description: MIT Sloan has created frameworks to help enterprises define and build powerful business models that will enable organizations to compete in the global digital economy. This program illustrates the frameworks with examples from successful companies such as Amazon, Apple, LexisNexis, USAA, and Procter & Gamble and includes assessment exercises and consulting group sessions.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
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    4.9
  • Mar 7-9, 2016 | Oct 19-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Strategy in a Global World
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    4.2
  • Jun 6-7, 2016 | Nov 7-8, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Globalization

    Secondary Topics: Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: Over the last few decades, global integration has become a strategic imperative. To survive and prosper today, companies must develop a vision that encompasses aspects of being a global organization. This program explores how to build lasting success in a changing global marketplace and introduces concepts and frameworks used to understand the relevance, challenge, and management of global integration in multinational corporations.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Systems Thinking
  • Business Dynamics: MIT's Approach to Diagnosing and Solving Complex Business Problems
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    4.7
  • Jun 20-24, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Business Analytics, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This course provides an intensive, hands-on introduction to system dynamics, a unique framework for understanding and managing complex businesses and organizations, developed at MIT by the very faculty teaching this program. Participants are introduced to a variety of tools, including mapping techniques, simulation models, and MIT’s “management flight simulators” to help them understand the sources of persistent problems and how business decisions may result in complicated cause-and-effect loops.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $8,700 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 5

  • Managing Product Platforms: Delivering Variety and Realizing Synergies
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    5.0
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking, Product Development & Management, Financial Management

    Secondary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy, Operations

  • Description: NEW PROGRAM
    This course introduces participants to the concept of “commonality" or product platforms—the sharing of components, processes, technologies, interfaces and/or infrastructure across a product family. Successful product platform management software allows companies to develop better products more easily, improve product family planning and lifecycle management, and increase corporate profitability.


    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Strategies for Sustainable Business
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    4.9
  • Mar 7-9, 2016 | Oct 19-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Strategy, Systems Thinking, Leadership

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Managing People & Change, General Management

  • Description: The issue of sustainability is one that affects all people and businesses. MIT defines sustainability broadly—as the interdependent systems of economy, society, politics, the environment, and the individual. This innovative three-day program applies MIT frameworks of process improvement and system dynamics to the topic of sustainability in an effort to help participants return to their organizations with practical strategies for manifesting consensus and change—at both the micro and macro levels.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $4,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 3

  • Understanding and Solving Complex Business Problems
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    4.6
  • Mar 22-23, 2016 | Jun 6-7, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Systems Thinking

    Secondary Topics: Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement

  • Description: This program introduces participants to MIT's unique, powerful, and integrative system dynamics approach to assess problems that will not go away and to produce the results they want. Through exercises, simulation models, and MIT's "management flight simulators," participants experience the long-term side effects and impacts of decisions and understand the ways in which performance is tied to structures and policies.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

Technology Management
  • Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization
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    4.2
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Jun 16-17, 2016 | Oct 27-28, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management, General Management

  • Description: This course outlines the steps that need to be taken to implement and manage a culture of innovation. Structured around a four-part framework developed at MIT for leading and organizing breakthrough innovation, the program helps participants better understand how to develop sources of information on current and new technologies and consumer needs.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy
  • MORE
    4.4
  • Apr 12-13, 2016 | Jun 14-15, 2016 | Nov 1-2, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business Analytics, General Management

  • Description: This intensive program details a unique and powerful approach to integrating business and technology strategy and to developing profitable ventures and technologies. Participants are introduced to a set of tools to identify high-leverage projects, match product strategy to market dynamics, capture market value, and change organizational capabilities to reflect evolving markets and technological dynamics.


    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Essential IT for Non-IT Executives
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    4.5
  • Apr 14-15, 2016 | Oct 13-14, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management

    Secondary Topics: General Management

  • Description: For non-technical business leaders and corporate strategists, IT can be a source of much frustration. In many companies, the relationship between IT departments and business leaders is like a troubled marriage—miscommunication is rife, leaving executives struggling to improve the situation. This course is intended to help organizations develop a language shared by managers from various backgrounds and areas of expertise, so they can work together efficiently and productively, propelling the company toward future success.

    Certificate: Technology, Operations & Value Chain Management

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2

  • Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
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    4.8
  • Jul 12-21, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Innovation, Technology Management, Strategy, Managing People & Change, Process Improvement, Marketing, General Management

    Secondary Topics: Leadership, Intellectual Property & Capital, Product Development & Management

  • Description: This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of mid-level, global executives and high-potential leaders. A new frontier in executive education, it brings MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual education experience. Redesigned for 2016, the program offers a broad cross-section of content spanning leadership, innovation, organizational strategy, systems thinking, marketing, communications, finance and more. The program offers translation and simultaneous interpretation into Mandarin, Portuguese and Spanish, provided there are a minimum of 10 participants per language. Other languages may also be considered. Upon completing the program, participants will earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.

    Language selections will be finalized on May 31, 2016. The application deadline is June 10, 2016.

    Certificate: Management and Leadership

    Tuition: $14,900 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 8

  • Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model
  • MORE
    4.6
  • Apr 7-8, 2016 | Oct 17-18, 2016
  • Primary Topics: Technology Management, Strategy

    Secondary Topics: Innovation, Process Improvement

  • Description: MIT Sloan has created frameworks to help enterprises define and build powerful business models that will enable organizations to compete in the global digital economy. This program illustrates the frameworks with examples from successful companies such as Amazon, Apple, LexisNexis, USAA, and Procter & Gamble and includes assessment exercises and consulting group sessions.

    Certificate: Strategy and Innovation

    Tuition: $3,300 (excluding accommodations)

    Program Days: 2