Executive Education:

Leading thinkers. Unique program content. Influential partners and participants.

MIT Sloan’s educational reach extends far beyond our traditional degree programs and nowhere more significantly than through our non-degree Executive Education programs. The wide array of courses brings together faculty from MIT and the MIT Sloan School of Management with leading practitioners. Attracting participants from every corner of the world (83 countries in 2012), MIT Sloan Executive Education classrooms provide a multitude of perspectives and experiences that together are positively influencing the way business is done around the world, while increasing MIT Sloan’s global visibility and impact. With courses that focus on everything from emerging technologies to entrepreneurship to sustainability, Executive Education programs, like all of MIT Sloan’s degree programs, are educating global citizens who will improve management practice and, ultimately, the world.

Cambridge

Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives (open enrollment program)

Roberto Rigobon

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Roberto Rigobon

By taking the mystery out of macroeconomics and international economics today, the program helps managers understand and predict the medium to long-run performance of economies in order to mitigate risk, develop growth plans, and make investment decisions locally and globally.

Cambridge, China, Indonesia

Innovative Dynamics Education and Action for Sustainability (IDEAS) (custom program)

Dayna Cunningham, Yasheng Huang, Rick Locke, Otto Scharmer, Peter Senge, John Sterman

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Otto Scharmer

In collaboration with United in Diversity, MIT Sloan offers IDEAS-Indonesia and IDEAS-China, leadership programs with the following motto: uniting leadership in diversity. The program brings together leaders from the private, government, and community (media, education, and NGOs) sectors to learn how to practice Theory U (Otto Scharmer) and the 5th Discipline (Peter Senge).

Russia

Collaborating in Major Energy Projects (custom program)

Steve Eppinger, Roberto Fernandez, Don Lessard, John Van Maanen, Oli de Weck

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Steve Eppinger

Now in its fourth year, this program is delivered in partnership with the SKOLKOVO School of Management in Moscow, with support from BP. It brings together executives from across the Russian oil & gas industry to study models and issues for collaboration and joint ventures in hydrocarbon exploration and production.

Cambridge, Morocco

OCP MIT Management Academy (custom program partner)

Rick Locke, John Sterman

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OCP

OCP’s goal is to move into the global marketplace as a leading producer of phosphates and fertilizers. This Academy prepares OCP’s top executives by teaching leading management practice across functions and departments, with emphasis on globalization, sustainability, and operations and risk management.

China, Finland, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, Spain, Turkey

Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (MIT REAP) (open enrollment program)

Bill Aulet, Fiona Murray, Ed Roberts, Scott Stern

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Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program

MIT REAP enables teams from across the globe to develop and implement custom strategies to transform their regional economies and propel their regions using innovation-driven entrepreneurship. This innovative two-year program promotes economic development and job creation through cross-functional team-based collaboration, cross-regional exchange, education, and a data-driven approach. Teams gather twice a year at MIT and around the globe to share their learnings and to be exposed to MIT faculty, leading-edge research, and the theory and practice of developing regional clusters of innovation-driven entrepreneurship.