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Reunion Weekend is a unique opportunity to come back to campus, reconnect with classmates, and hear directly from MIT Sloan faculty who are taking the world’s greatest challenges head-on and offering inspiring solutions to reinvent the future.
JOIN YOUR REUNION COMMITTEEReconnect with your classmates, encourage attendance and class gift participation, and help plan class activities to compliment Reunion programming.
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As MIT Sloan alumni, you have access to more than 40 two-day and weeklong Executive Education programs throughout the year at a 20 percent discount (using referral code ALUM20).
During the weeks prior to and following Reunion, a variety of Executive Education courses, listed below, are available.
In honor of Reunion, an exclusive 40 percent discount is offered to alumni participants in a current Reunion year. To view the full calendar, please visit: executive.mit.edu.
Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives
Roberto Rigobon, Society of Sloan Fellows Professor of Management; Professor of Applied Economics
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, macroeconomics, and how these things impact their company and their business decisions.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMMAC18.
Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy
Vivek Farias, Robert N. Noyce Career Development Professor; Associate Professor of Operations Management
Thomas Roemer, Senior Lecturer
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.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMOPS18.
Platform Strategy: Building and Thriving in a Vibrant Ecosystem
Pierre Azoulay , Sloan Distinguished Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management
Catherine Tucker, The Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor of Marketing MIT Sloan School of Management
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 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.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMPS18.
Supply Chain Strategy and Management
David Simchi-Levi, Professor of Engineering Systems
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.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMSC18.
Achieving Operational Excellence Through People: Delivering Superior Value to Customers, Employees, and Shareholders
Zeynep Ton, Adjunct Associate Professor of Operations Management
Does your business have a Good Jobs Strategy? Leveraging a systems thinking approach, this program is designed to help executives of service businesses create and implement an operations strategy that delights customers and keeps them loyal; inspires employees to find dignity in their work and opportunities for improvement; and drives high performance and revenue.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMJOB18.
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 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.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMMKT18.
Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
Paul Mende, Senior Lecturer
This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate financial management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders to work more effectively with financial decision makers and apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.
To take advantage of your 40 percent discount, apply here and utilize referral code: ALUMFIN18.
Please make your reservations early!
Several room blocks have been made at local area hotels for MIT Sloan Reunion attendees. Discounted rates have been negotiated for the benefit of alumni and guests returning for Reunion. Room blocks are on a first come first serve basis, and the rates will expire in May (dates vary between hotels). Please be aware that June is a busy time in the city of Boston and Cambridge, and hotel rooms will be extremely difficult to come by once the reservation date has passed.
Countdown to Reunion 2018
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