Realize the power of innovation
With 77 Nobel laureates, MIT is the world’s center of innovation and leadership. A recent Kauffman Foundation study revealed that if the active companies founded by MIT alumni formed an independent nation, their revenues would make that nation the 11th-largest economy in the world. With annual sales of $2 trillion it would place between Italy and India.
Over the last half-century, MIT Sloan has defined the science of management and engineered innovations that have changed the face of business. System dynamics, marketing science, McGregor's Theory X and Theory Y, and the Black-Scholes derivatives pricing model all began here.
What does this rich legacy of innovation mean for you as an MIT EMBA student? Whether you are an executive in a mature multinational corporation, a government leader, or a company founder, MIT’s proprietary research and thought leadership deliver fresh ideas and cutting-edge innovation to you and your organization. Working with the leaders who are shaping best practices across technology and business, you have the opportunity to channel those advances into your company well ahead of the marketplace. And you will collaborate with them to develop the advanced management capabilities you need to realize your strategic priorities.
- Read the Kauffman Foundation study “Entrepreneurial Impact: The Role of MIT.”
- Register your interest in the MIT Executive MBA Program.
“At MIT, they appreciate when you do things differently, when you question conventional wisdom. In fact, it’s one of the only places I can think of where I’ve been encouraged not to settle for the status quo.”
Kara Cleveland ‘13
Vice President and COO
Eureka Connect Research
“You will learn from some of the most brilliant minds on the planet, collaborate with a cohort of proven leaders motivated to improve the world, and suddenly realize how much you have to gain.”
Matt Graziano ’13
Senior Program Manager
General Dynamics C4 Systems