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Zeynep Ton, MIT Sloan Professor and author of "The Good Jobs Strategy", took part in a live conversation on how operational excellence enables companies to offer low prices to customers while ensuring good jobs for their employees and superior results for their investors. http://mitsln.co/fY5S300neci

Ton teaches in Strategies for Sustainable Business (http://mitsln.co/pVOn300neEy) and Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy ( http://mitsln.co/iyHp300neLi).
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Hal Gregersen writes how ASOS puts the Innovator’s DNA (iDNA) in action: "Our research shows how five distinguishing discovery skills – questioning, observing, networking, experimenting and associating – set great innovators apart from the good. Beighton and other ASOS leaders help its millennial employees strengthen their iDNA skills from the second they step foot through the door. It’s refreshing – and rewarding..." http://mitsln.co/mKC2300mSWS

Learn more in his two-day course The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation http://mitsln.co/11mF300mTo4
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Bob Pozen, author of "Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours", share five articles that he thinks you should read on the topic: http://mitsln.co/5w5r300flr4

You may also be interested in attending Pozen's two-day course, Maximizing Your Personal Productivity (http://mitsln.co/dRRO300fmM1).
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Tara Swart, a neuroscientist and psychiatrist, coaches CEOs and other captains of industry on how to manage stress, improve emotional intelligence, and make rational decisions. Listen to the short podcast interview: http://mitsln.co/5T7x300fjaT

Swart applies her research and techniques to optimizing individual leadership and team performance in our courses: Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People (http://mitsln.co/svw4300fjGM) and Neuroscience for Leadership (http://mitsln.co/rAAG300fjQ).
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MIT Sloan visiting scholar Geoffrey Parker discusses the rise of digital platforms and avoiding the pitfalls of rapid growth. http://mitsln.co/5mqQ3003agm

Check out his new online asynchronous program, Platform Revolution: Making Networked Markets Work for You at http://mitsln.co/d2MM3003aBn We're offering a special introductory price of $500 for this inaugural session!
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Executives who pursue executive education at MIT Sloan come from a variety of different industries, professional backgrounds, and global locations. But they all have one thing in common: a thirst for knowledge.

Hear why our participants rave about our programs: from the outstanding faculty and immediate application of lessons learned, to the networking opportunities and MIT ecosystem and more.

View our portfolio of 40+ short courses at http://executive.mit.edu 
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For over 100 years, MIT has been among the most entrepreneurial universities in the world. In 2012, The MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program was founded by Bill Aulet, Scott Stern, Fiona Murray, and Ed Roberts, based on MIT’s expertise in the ‘science of innovation.' It is for cross-functional teams designed to help regions promote economic development and job creation by implementing a more robust innovation-based entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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New from our blog: Why do companies now frequently use layoffs as an easy cost-cutting measure? And, what are the real costs of doing so? http://mitsln.co/tNYY300fcAF

Also you may be interested in the live interview with Professor Zeynep Ton, author of "The Good Jobs Strategy" on May 18 at 12 Eastern. Ton will discuss how changes in workplace design—which include paying employees higher wages and giving them a sense of purpose and empowerment at work—translates into higher profits for companies and superior results for investors. Learn more at http://mitsln.co/4n72rp

Ton teaches in: Developing a Leading Edge Operations Strategy (http://mitsln.co/4n73Ob) and Strategies for Sustainable Business (http://mitsln.co/4n73Z).
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MIT's Sandy Pentland says, "By understanding that social influence depends on friendship reciprocity and direction, you can be more effective at promoting behavior change, disseminating new ideas, and even promoting products."
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MIT's Michael Schrage says organizations committed to creating much more value with much less should consider this five-point customer-centric “self-disruption” checklist: http://mitsln.co/4nuNH4
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In case you missed it, the recording of our recent webinar with David Simchi-Levi "The New Frontier in Price Optimization " is now available. Learn about recent breakthroughs in the development of models that combine machine learning and optimization for pricing that significantly improve revenue and reduce inventory risks.Watch now > http://mitsln.co/F4YV30056ia


You may be interested in Simchi-Levi's course, Supply Chain Strategy and Management http://executive.mit.edu/sc
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Executive Education for Solving Tomorrow’s Business Challenges Today
Introduction
MIT Sloan Executive Education programs are designed for senior executives and high-potential managers from around the world. From intensive two-day courses focused on a particular area of interest, to executive certificates covering a range of management topics, to custom engagements addressing the specific business challenges of a particular organization, our portfolio of non-degree, executive education and management programs provides business professionals with a targeted and flexible means to advance their career development goals and position their organizations for future growth.
 
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Our portfolio of executive programs reflects MIT Sloan's core mission-to develop principled, innovative leaders and to generate ideas that advance management practice-in an environment designed to foster extensive peer-to-peer interaction and a wide range of professional and cultural exchanges.