Executive Education

As professionals increase their experience in the workplace, they gain perspective on just how much more they need to know. They understand that to remain productive and competitive in a rapidly evolving global arena, ongoing learning must be an integral part of their life plan.

Strategic corporations, startups, nonprofits, and governments alike send key executives to MIT Sloan to undertake global leadership-building experiences. Here they get vital lessons in leadership strategy, product innovation, international finance, strategic marketing, entrepreneurship, and many other management topics. These are lessons ideally learned at the business school that sets the standard for the integration of technological savvy, results-oriented management solutions, and global business know-how.

Deborah Ancona

Professor Deborah Ancona, faculty director of the MIT Leadership Center, collaborated with colleagues Wanda Orlikowski, Thomas Malone, and Peter Senge to develop the Distributed Leadership Model.