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MIT Sloan Business School

Implementing Improvement Strategies: Practical Tools and Methods

This program goes beyond traditional Toyota-style tools and far beyond the factory floor, translating Toyota methods to western cultures and language, and to industries to all kinds. It provides participants with a framework for understanding what drives improvement and how it can be implemented in every function across the organization. It also helps leaders see how these methods can be applied and integrated with major business targets and work streams. It focuses on the thinking behind the tools and methods, allowing improvement to be accomplished in a rapid and natural way. The course helps managers identify the true value-added elements of work and understand the good practices that they already have in place so that they can build on their successes in a principled way rather than forcing a formulaic, programmatic approach. Inspired by extensive research on several leading companies, this program highlights the principles and practices that have enabled several such companies to consistently and significantly outperform their competitors year after year. For more information, click here.



Dates: Jul 11-12, 2013| Nov 21-22, 2013

Certificate Track: Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 2

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu

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Transforming Your Leadership Strategy

This program is built around MIT's unique Distributed Leadership Model―a powerful, innovative approach to executive leadership that lies at the core of leadership development at MIT, and the result of an intensive, four-year research project at the MIT Leadership Center to identify more effective strategies for leading in a networked economy. Tested in diverse, real-world settings, the model allow managers to succeed as leaders by being flexible and adaptive in new and unexpected ways. For more information, click here.



Dates: Nov19-20, 2013

Certificate Track: Management and Leadership

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 2

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu

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Creating High Velocity Organizations

Creating High Velocity Organizations employs several teaching techniques—presentations, case discussions, video dramatizations, and an in-class simulation —emphasizing a participatory style to maximize the opportunities for “learning by doing”. The program material is organized into thematic modules designed around the four key principles of building the discovery capability in an organization—smart work design, creative problem solving, continuous knowledge sharing, and developing of discovery skills among employees. Each module consists of several sessions, which demonstrate, first, the positive impact through successful application of those key principles, and then provides examples of negative results when those principles were clearly needed but not applied. Each session is punctuated by facilitated small-group exercises, in which participants can actively apply the ideas and examples offered in class to their own specific, real-life situations. For more information, click here.


Dates: Oct29-30, 2013

Certificate Track: Management and Leadership

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 2

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu





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Leading Change in Complex Organizations

The 21st century organization is enormously complex, difficult to understand, and even more difficult to manage. A volatile mix of dynamics is triggering changes in the workplace. As the complexity increases, effective managers must have a strong knowledge of the people in the organization and the tasks they perform. And they must have the skills to use that knowledge in practical and flexible ways. This program will present innovative perspectives on managerial problems and offers practical ways to solve them. The issues examined apply across organizations, national boundaries, and technical domains. For more information, click here.



Dates: May 18-23, 2014

Certificate Track: Management and Leadership

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $8,800 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 5

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Building, Leading, and Sustaining the Innovative Organization

This program is designed to help spark the breakthrough ideas business leaders need to create successful competitive products for the future. Drawing on the latest MIT Sloan research, the program will offer a set of strategies for growing companies in the face of changing markets, technologies, and consumer demand. Specifically, participants will be presented with tactics for dealing with the internal politics and resistance to change that can threaten innovation initiatives and early-stage developments, techniques for building innovation streams, processes for collecting competitive intelligence, forecasting technology change, and gathering information on user needs, methods for identifying better innovations more quickly, including the lead-user method for discovering breakthrough products, services, and strategies; and innovation toolkits that enable managers to design their own mass-customized products and services. For more information, click here.



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Dates: Oct 29-30, 2013

Certificate Track: Strategy and Innovation

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy

In this program, senior managers will learn new approaches to operations strategy that were developed at MIT and based on best-practice research conducted among the world's leading service and manufacturing companies. Participants will gain an analytic view of operations and strategic insights intovertical integration and the factors that affect strategic decisions, process design and process engineering, integration of people systems with technical systems, global facility network strategies and the future of supply chain management, strategic implications of process technologies, capacity and risk management, including capacity factors, supply and demand management, and outsourcing, supplier power, and trends in supplier management. For more information, click here.Reviews 


Dates: Nov 05-06, 2013

Certificate Track: Technology, Operation, and Value Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Dynamics of Globalization

This new program will explore how various countries and firms are successfully meeting the challenge of increasing globalization. The material will be presented from three complementary angles— economic, sociological, and political science—that together will help managers develop a broad perspective on the issues of globalization. Faculty and participants will trace the implications of global competition on the economy, politics, and emerging markets. Examples that represent different regions and types of organizations—multinational and local firms from both developing nations and industrialized countries—will be presented throughout the program. For more information, click here.


Dates: TBD

Certificate Track: Strategy and Innovation

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Contact: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Energy Innovation: MIT's Approach to Discovering and Realizing Energy Opportunities

Energy is the challenge as well as the opportunity of our generation. This innovative new four-day program is designed to enable business executives, entrepreneurs and government officials to more effectively encourage, lead and manage the entire venture creation process for energy-be they stand alone new ventures or pioneering undertakings inside of larger organizations. The process includes identifying opportunities, generating new ideas, designing a holistic solution, and building a viable, significant, and sustainable new energy-oriented business. For more information, click here.



Dates: TBD

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $7,900

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Essential Law for Executives: The MIT Advantage

The U.S. legal system and legal style are in many ways business friendly. The law can help you protect intellectual property and design an effective IP strategy, develop sound plans for new products and marketing technologies, build and retain a successful management team, and shape complicated transactions such as M&A and tailored financial products. But it is also hard-edged, complex, contentious, and poses many risks—such as disputes that cloud IP, consumer class-action litigation which can discredit a brand and impose massive damages, lawsuits by terminated or aggrieved employees, structured financial products that carry hidden risks, and heavy-handed government investigations and sanctions. For more information, click here.



Dates: Nov 21-22, 2013 | Mar 18-19, 2014|

Certificate Track: Management and Leadership

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model

As the world continues to digitize and grow in complexity, virtually every enterprise will need to have a great digital business model, one that creates value by engaging customers digitally. The digital marketplace is redefining customer relationships, the way employees work, and how companies build and exploit internal and external capabilities. This new program is designed to guide senior executives as they attempt to meet the complex challenges of competing in the digital marketplace. Based on extensive MIT research, it provides insights into how firms can achieve competitive advantage by providing unique digital content, an exceptional customer experience, and superior digitized platforms. For more information, click here.


Dates: Oct 17-18, 2013

Certificate Track: Strategy and Innovation

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Strategy in a Global World


This program is based on a new view of the world and how business at all levels must work in the context of a globalized world. The global world is no longer simply a source of new markets or cost factor savings; it is a source of innovation. To survive and prosper today, companies must expand their focus beyond the traditional views of the world to truly developing a wider vision that encompasses all aspects of being a global organization capable of developing and delivering a proposition that takes advantage of global integration to create value from and for the world. For more information, click here.
Dates: Oct 24-25, 2013

Certificate Track: Strategy and Innovation

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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