Purchasing manager in the Raw Materials Division of Kirin Holdings Company, Ltd., Yoshimi scans the globe for exotic, high-quality fruit juices for Kirin’s vast, inventive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. She also manages the purchasing and delivery schedule for the US$65M in frui...
Founder of Rumoravenue.com and VP of product for a digital healthcare company out of Vancouver, Navroop has been advising tech startups from inception to scale for 15 years. The Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship has just awarded him the Patrick J. McGovern, Jr. ’59 Entrepreneurship Award for ...
For companies to thrive in the post-COVID future, they must learn to be omnidirectional, Yossi Sheffi says in his new book “The New (Ab)normal: Reshaping Business and Supply Chain Strategy Beyond COVID-19.”
MIT Solve has just announced its 2021 challenges—an open invitation to the entire world of innovators to propose workable solutions to global problems. The challenges fall into five categories: antiracist technology, digital inclusion, equitable classrooms, health security, and resilient ecosystems
In their new book "Overload: How Good Jobs Went Bad and What We Can Do About It," MIT Sloan professor of work and organization studies Erin L. Kelly and her coauthor, University of Minnesota sociology professor Phyllis Moen, tell a story of employees on a relentless treadmill.
SFMBA student, Anh Vu '21, humbly refers to herself as a generalist who specializes in “cleaning up and setting up organizations across industries to grow.” Read more about her journey from CFO to student at MIT Sloan.
MIT Sloan Fellows Roundtable: Alumni from around the globe weigh in on the new realities facing entrepreneurs in the post-pandemic world
Alumni from around the globe weigh in on the new realities facing entrepreneurs in the post-pandemic world.
If the pace, abruptness, and unpredictability of change during the global pandemic has you hoping for a chance to catch your breath, MIT Sloan Professor of the Practice Bill Aulet has a word of caution. “The world never will be slower than it is today,” he says. “That’s a fundamental state of affair...
With vaccine rollouts projected to take many months, and a new, more contagious strain of the coronavirus appearing around world, gasping economies are desperately in need of their own shot in the arm.