MIT Sloan students are gaining insights and perspectives on global management strategy and practice through a variety of new courses. We highlight just a few of the offerings in New Courses: Expanding the Curriculum
Sink or SWIM: The Case Study examines what happened when three student co-presidents of Sloan Women in Management were faced with cancelling their annual conference, and the surprise opportunity it provided them.
In our special expanded Innovation at Work section we take a look at excerpts from recent research by the MIT Sloan Management Review, Yasheng Huang, and Bill Aulet, SM ’94
The feature story, The Birth of Modern Finance, provides our readers with a look at an excerpt from a special upcoming commemorative book that examines and celebrates the lasting contributions of the MIT Sloan community in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Course XV.