MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership

This revolutionary program brings together mid-career executives of exceptional promise from every corner of the globe. As MIT Sloan Fellows, they work side by side with peers, faculty, and corporate and government leaders to analyze the complex challenges facing their individual organizations and the business world at large.

The MIT Sloan Fellows Program is an intensively global program. Fellows come together from approximately 20 countries to develop effective cross-functional, cross-cultural relationships and build life-long networks. And they travel to some of the world's most influential regions to speak directly with the powerbrokers who are defining their industries.

The field of Executive Education was invented at MIT in 1930. The world's first executive education program, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellows Program began in 1930. Acceptance as a fellow is as much a recognition of outstanding prior achievement as it is an intensive proving ground for a distinguished future. Executives who achieve admittance into the program will see their lives and their careers forever changed. Many of the world's most successful corporate, government, and nonprofit leaders stand as proof of its transformational power.

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Rick Locke

Professor Rick Locke, Alvin J. Siteman Professor of Entrepreneurship and Political Science, has been awarded the prestigious Beyond Grey Pinstripes award from the Aspen Institute for his exemplary research and teaching on global labor standards.