In addition to the news and events coverage on this website, the School and Institute also produce multiple magazines and blogs showcasing groundbreaking research, the latest management thinking, and the achievements, opinions, and experiences of alumni, faculty, and students.


MIT Sloan Management Review

MIT Sloan Management Review
A quarterly print publication and continuously updated web site leading the discourse among academic researchers, business executives, and other influential thought leaders about advances in management practice that are transforming how people lead and innovate.

MIT Sloan Alumni Magazine

MIT Sloan Alumni Magazine
Published three times a year, showcasing faculty research, alumni profiles, and the groundbreaking work being done by the MIT Sloan community on campus and around the world.

MIT Technology Review

MIT Technology Review
Leading the global conversation about technologies that matter. With a bimonthly print magazine and an active online and mobile presence as well as a regular schedule of live events, MIT Tech Review serves an engaged, rapidly growing group of highly educated and affluent business leaders, innovators, thought leaders, and early adopters.


MIT Sloan Experts Blog
Celebrated around the world, MIT Sloan’s faculty members seek answers to today’s biggest management and societal challenges through their research. In this blog, they weigh in on a wide range of global issues having to do with the workforce, our digital future, sustainability, and other timely topics.

Student Blog Network
MIT Sloan students from across programs write about their experiences on campus, in the classroom, and around the world.

Finance Matters Blog
New research and insights from the MIT Sloan finance faculty.

MIT Sloan Admissions Blog
News and insights for prospective students from the MIT Sloan Admissions Director.

Insights on how companies are designing themselves and managing for success in the digital economy from the research scientists at the MIT Center for Information Systems Research.

MIT Sloan alumnus Carly Fiorina, SF '89, former chairman, president, and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, has changed traditional assumptions about high-tech leadership.