MIT Sloan Executive Program in General Management (EPGM)
The Executive Program in General Management (EPGM) is a 10-month, multi-modular, general management program for global business leaders that focuses on Management and Leadership; Strategy and Innovation; and Technology, Operations and Value Chain Management.
The program develops key leadership skills such as integrating an innovation mind-set into corporate culture, making technology-enhanced strategic decisions, building collaborative organizations and managing key talent across global markets. At the end of the program, executives will be well prepared and positioned to accelerate the pace of innovation and growth at their organizations—large or small.
The multi modular learning journey includes 3 On Campus Terms and 2 Off Campus Terms.
- Several alumni benefits: Inclusion in the MIT Sloan alumni directory; An MIT Sloan email-for-life; Invitations to select MIT Sloan events.
- Make new, life-long connections with experienced business people from a wide variety of cultures, industries and backgrounds.
- Develop critical leadership and change management skills via 360° feedback.
- See new ideas emerging from the labs, centers, and businesses that are part of the MIT/Sloan/Cambridge "innovation cluster".
- Group Projects/ Action Learning is a centrepiece of the MIT Sloan EPGM experience, describing both our approach to management education and a wide range of hands-on learning opportunities for participants.
- Engage with MIT Sloan's world class faculty around both their latest research and the "tried and true" methods in such areas as strategy, decision making and innovation.
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EPGM is a general management program for leaders in (but not limited to) hi-tech, information technology, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, infrastructure, oil & gas and other technology enabled industries. Profiles include leaders with:
- A minimum of 10+ years of work experience in functional, technical or business roles
- A graduate degree
- International exposure is preferred
- An urgent agenda for change
- Confident fluency in written and spoken English
Chrysler Leaders for Global Operations; Program Director; Founding Dean, Asian School of Business
Seley Distinguished Professor of Management; Professor of Organization Studies;
Faculty Director, MIT Leadership Center
Senior Lecturer Managing Director, The Martin (1958) Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
Sloan Distinguished Associate,
Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management
Sloan Management Review Distinguished Professor of Management
Professor of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management and Engineering Systems
William F. Pounds Professor in Management / Professor of Organization Studies
Research Fellow, MIT Center for Digital Business
Visiting Fellow, Imperial College Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
John Van Maanen
Erwin H. Schell Professor of
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School and Engineering Systems Division
Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland
Media Lab Entrepreneurship Program Director
Scholar and Research Fellow, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE)
Senior Lecturer, Law
Research Affiliate, Economics, Finance and Accounting | Robert B. and Candice J. Haas Visiting Professor and Senior Lecturer at Harvard Law School and J. Howard Creekmore Professor Emeritus at Rice University
Dates & Fees
|December 2016||Term 1 - On Campus||MIT Sloan, Boston Cambridge||$35,000|
|January - March 2017||Term 2 - Off Campus||MIT Sloan Online Modules, Live Webinars|
|April 2017||Term 3 - On Campus||Asia School of Business, Kuala Lumpur|
|May - July 2016||Term 4 - Off Campus||MIT Sloan Online Modules, Live Webinars|
|August 2017||Term 5 - On Campus||MIT Sloan, Boston Cambridge|
|Round 1||5th August 2016||$200|
|Round 2||5th September 2016||$300|
|Round 3||3rd October 2016||$400|
|Round 4||31st October 2016||$500|