MIT has a long history of turning leadership upside down, starting with the founder of social psychology Kurt Lewin and continuing with a series of foundational leadership scholars. This was formalized in the founding of the MIT Leadership Center by Deborah Ancona in 2005. We’re continuing their mission to share MIT’s brand of leadership with students who will become tomorrow’s problem solvers, tomorrow’s leaders.
A global MIT community who engages and enables others to confront and solve the world’s pressing problems.
The MIT Leadership Center helps students build the self-knowledge and collaborative capability necessary to make positive organizational and societal change.
We are a small but mighty team dedicated to helping MIT students develop as dynamic leaders equipped to collaborate with others to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
School of Management Distinguished Professor of System Dynamics and Organization StudiesLearn More
Director, Global Initiatives, Asia, OER; Senior Advisor, MIT Leadership CenterLearn More
Behavioral and Policy Sciences
Seley Distinguished Professor of ManagementLearn More
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