Category Archives: Leadership

Deborah Ancona talks to Sloan Management Review about Leadership

From Sloan Management Review By Martha Mangelsdorf What does it take to be an effective leader in today’s unpredictable and uncertain business environments? Earlier this month, I attended an MIT Sloan executive education course called “Transforming Your Leadership Strategy,” taught by MIT Sloan professor Deborah Ancona. While a good deal of the learning in the course […]

Dean Schmittlein talks to PBS about the future of management education

David Schmittlein is the John C Head III Dean and Professor of Marketing at the MIT Sloan School of Management

Jason Davis: The Corporate Collaboration

From Huffington Post Rotating leadership may be part of the secret sauce that allows organizations like Apple to release breakthrough products and achieve a competitive advantage.’ Earlier this year, Apple released a list of partners that supply the chips, parts, and technology that make its products. (You can view the report here) The list is comprised […]

Dean Schmittlein on Making the Most Out of Grad School

From Forbes In this interview, he talks about the composition of his student body at Sloan, the types of skills and experiences his students gain, how Sloan uses social media, and more. How many of your students have jobs while attending Sloan and how many go full-time? What are the pros and cons? MIT Sloan […]

Anjali Sastry and Rebecca Weintraub on Dr. Jim Yong Kim: Continuing to accomplish the impossible in Global Health Delivery

From Global Health at MIT In 2007, we met Dr Jim Yong Kim as he gathered faculty across Harvard and MIT to envision a new field of study in Global Health Delivery. Dr Kim already had an astounding record to build on: a practicing physician and medical anthropologist, he’d put his smarts to practical use […]