"Companies must step up to create socially and environmentally responsible investments, reduce their carbon footprint, oppose discrimination ..."
Neal Hartman is a Senior Lecturer in Managerial Communication at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
His teaching of management communication and intercultural communication emphasizes working in teams, conflict and conflict resolution, leadership, and cross-cultural communication. Hartman has lectured on cross-cultural, leadership, and organizational communication issues, and has taught in the International MBA Programs at Tsinghua, Fudan, and Zhongshan (Lingnan College) Universities in China. He also serves as co-lead facilitator for CMI-Enterprises, which is part of the Cambridge-MIT Initiative, working with undergraduate students from MIT Sloan, Cambridge University, and other European universities to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
Hartman holds a BA in music theory and composition and an MS in higher education administration from the University of South Carolina and an ABD in organizational communication from the University of Texas.
Highlights from MIT Sloan Reunion 2023
Over 1,300 Sloanies and their guests returned to campus in early June to attend MIT Sloan Reunion 2023.
Social responsibility matters to business – A different view from Milton Friedman from 50 years ago
Companies are focusing more, not less, on issues of social responsibility, tackling such areas as the environment, climate change, income disparity, women’s rights, and racial justice.
“There is a generational shift in America toward increasing justice and collective responsibility."
Global Executive Academy
This global executive program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of experienced executives from a wide variety of industries and countries. A new frontier in executive education, it extends MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual experience. Program topics include: general management, leadership, strategy, innovation, negotiation, analytics management, finance, and productivity.
- Jul 9-18, 2024