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There has been much discussion and debate if it is the wisdom of the crowd or herd mentality that reigns in investment crowdfunding, but according to MIT's Christian Catalini a hybrid mix of professional insight, alongside the crowd, is easily the best. http://mitsln.co/Y4OKm

Catalini teaches in our Entrepreneurship Development Program (http://mitsln.co/Y3nIV).
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Join MIT Sloan's Jeanne Ross on February 4th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (EST) for Digital Disruption: Transforming Your Company for the Digital Economy. In this complimentary, one-hour webinar, Ross will present recent research to help you define a digital strategy that is responsive to changing customer demands, new technology capabilities, and organizational learning. Register at: http://mitsln.co/WXTir

Ross teaches in Revitalizing Your Digital Business Model http://mitsln.co/WY2GQ
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How do leaders keep themselves from being isolated at the top? See what Hal Gregersen has to say: http://mitsln.co/XDqeX  
Hal teaches in The Innovator's DNA: Mastering Five Skills For Disruptive Innovation (http://mitsln.co/XGmH7) and Innovation and Images: Exploring the Intersections of Leadership and Photography (http://mitsln.co/XGmuj).
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David Breashears, an accomplished filmmaker, explorer, author, mountaineer, and professional speaker, will be featured on the NOVA Channel's special, "Himalayan Megaquake", tonight at 9 p.m. EST. We hope he’ll be teaching in one of our executive education courses soon! http://mitsln.co/Xzbg1
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Participants attending our Entrepreneurship Development Program (http://mitsln.co/XxVvW) this week are in for a stimulating few days complete with visits to local companies, group projects, networking, insightful lectures from MIT Sloan faculty, and more. Here are some shots from the program, featuring Faculty Director and Managing Director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship Bill Aulet and MIT Sloan Lecturer Elaine Chen.
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We're excited to announce a new two-day course with Tara Swart - Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People. This program will build on neuroscience concepts and techniques to help leaders motivate and inspire their peers and employees in ways that catalyze innovation and increase business success. The first session will take place March 14-15. Learn more http://mitsln.co/Xv5yf

Tara also teaches in our very popular Neuroscience for Leadership course which is scheduled March 10-11. http://mitsln.co/Xv6X0
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We're pleased to sponsor the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium again this year on May 18th! This year's theme is "Thriving in the digital economy." Save $445 off the regular price when registering, when you use the code: 16-EXEC-EARLY by March 1st. Learn more at http://www.mitcio.com

Nominate a Chief Information Officer for this year's MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award, which honors CIOs who lead their organizations by delivering business value and innovative use of IT in exceptional ways. Learn more at http://www.mitcio.com/award
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Doug Ready shares 4 things that virtually all successful change leaders do really well: http://mitsln.co/XGpUX

Ready teaches in Building Game-Changing Organizations: Aligning Purpose, Performance, and People http://mitsln.co/XGqjC
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Rising inequality. Declining worker bargaining power. Communication breakdown. Is it time for everyone to start taking the high road? MIT Sloan Professor Thomas A. Kochan shares his thoughts in this Q&A: http://mitsln.co/XDGlj
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Telepresence robots, which have been something of a novelty over the last few years, are now starting to creep into general use. Increasingly, they are providing an intriguing solution to an age-old problem for tech support: the help desk. Learn more: http://mitsln.co/Xswew
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"Enterprise innovation conversations seem to be shifting more from the 'how' to the 'who.' For many firms, the innovation agenda is now as much about human capital investment as delivering new products and services," writes MIT Sloan's Michael Schrage in this Harvard Business Review article: http://mitsln.co/Xsve6.
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The Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a month-long senior executive program designed for a select group of experienced executives who are willing to create and sustain a learning community. AMP participants will acquire new frameworks and skills for which MIT Sloan is world-renowned; make connections with colleagues who share similar experiences; and develop an expanded sense of themselves as enterprise leaders.
Watch the program’s overview video here: http://ow.ly/Xpky7 ...
Hear participant testimonials here: http://ow.ly/Xpj2u
Learn more about the program here: http://ow.ly/Xpl4o
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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.
 
Mission
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.