Action Learning

Twenty Years of Global Thinking

Credit: M. Scott Brauer

Instructor Michellana Jester and students.

MIT Sloan's biggest Action Learning lab opens door to world of entrepreneurship.

From the Catalog

The Global Entrepreneurship Lab (G-Lab) is a graduate-level class in the MIT Sloan School of Management focused on the experiential study of the climate for innovation and determinants of entrepreneurial success. Students work in teams of four with the top management of a company to address a real-world business challenge, gaining insight as to how companies build, run, and scale a new enterprise. The projects focus primarily on startups operating in emerging markets. G-Lab is the largest of MIT Sloan's Action Learning labs, which emphasize the Institute's philosophy of practical education and learning by doing. 

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