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HSBC executive puts his MIT Sloan "ACE" to work

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 17 days ago

Steve Suarez of HSBC

Steve Suarez is Global Head of Innovation, Finance & Risk at HSBC. His journey at MIT began with the Industrial Liaison Program. As Steve got to know many of the professors through this corporate collaboration, he decided to enroll in several online MIT Sloan Executive Education course. This month, he completes his Advanced Certificate for Executives.

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Digitally savvy boards boost enterprise performance

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 19 days ago

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The global economy is in the deepest recession in modern history and the future is uncertain. What is your organization’s board doing now? How can they help ensure that your company has a strong future? Well, for one, your board should consider skilling up on their digital savvy. It’s time for boards to lean in and help their companies on their digital transformations.

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Leading through a crisis: The CFO’s moment

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 25 days ago

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There is no playbook for running a business in a global pandemic. More so than ever, the role of the CFO is vital. Learn more about the upcoming CFO Week, which includes dynamic and virtual programming for senior financial leaders, produced by the CFO Leadership Council in collaboration with MIT Sloan Executive Education.

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How NOT to Manage In a Crisis - Work Design Lessons from Nelson Repenning

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 30 days ago

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Crises can provide you with a fresh perspective on how your organization operates day-to-day. Sometimes, what’s revealed isn’t pretty, but if you leverage the information properly, you can actually make improvements and build new capabilities that will have lasting positive effects long after the crisis is over.

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Work today: From confined circumstances to expanding possibilities

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 1 day ago

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Over the past several months, we have all found ourselves having to adapt to a new reality, both at work and at home. Here at MIT Sloan Executive Education, what we do hasn’t changed but how we work now and how we deliver our programs to customers and clients quickly became an extreme version of what had previously been a gradual transformation.

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AMA honors MIT Sloan Executive Education faculty for "Harbingers of Failure"

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 5 days ago

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Duncan Simester and Catherine Tucker have won the 2020 Weitz-Winer-O’Dell Award from the American Marketing Association (AMA) for their paper, “Harbingers of Failure." The award celebrates "an article in the Journal of Marketing Research that has made the most significant long-term contribution to marketing theory, methodology, and/or practice."

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How MIT Sloan Executive Education helped Curt Hannah elevate his game

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 19 days ago

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Curt Hannah has 30+ years in global leadership experience in network technologies. He recently launched his own bridging technology company, clevelresults.com. Previously, he served in the U.S. military and is a service disabled veteran. From jumping out of helicopters to taking entrepreneurial leaps, Curt’s story is one of excitement, passion filled execution, and adapting to constant change. And, for much of the last 15 years of his journey, MIT Sloan Executive Education has played a role.

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Q&A with Innovating in Existing Markets Participant Nazly Granada, Marketing Manager at PepsiCo.

Posted by MIT Sloan Executive Education - 1 month and 24 days ago

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We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Nazly Granada, Marketing Manager at PepsiCo and a participant in MIT’s Innovating in Existing Markets, a three-day program offered live online and designed for innovation-ready executives seeking an immersive learning experience. Learn why she attended and what she took away from the experience.

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