The MIT Sloan’s Executive Program in General Management is a 11-month multimodular general management and leadership program that immerses participants in MIT thought leadership on innovation, strategy, entrepreneurship, decision-making, and leadership.
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Action Learning Projects are core to the EPGM learning experience. On every project, participants get a rare first-hand look at corporate s structures, new business ideas, and a wide array of operational challenges facing organizations. The action learning challenges participants to manage projects in unfamiliar work environments, with a range of management and business development approaches.
David Robertson is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management where he teaches Product Development and Digital Product Management. Prior to MIT, Robertson was a Professor of Practice at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and from 2002 through 2010 was the LEGO Professor of Innovation and Technology Management at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. Robertson has also held several executive management positions in enterprise software companies, and spent five years at McKinsey & Company in the U.S. and Sweden.
Robertson is the author of the award-winning book about LEGO’s near-bankruptcy and spectacular recovery: Brick by Brick: How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry (Crown, 2013). He has published articles or had his research featured in Wired, Forbes, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Strategy+ Business, Sloan Management Review, The Financial Times, and many other business journals.
Robertson has a PhD and MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and a BS from the University of Illinois.
Professor of the Practice, Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management
International Programs Professor of Management
Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Masters Programs
Associate Professor of Organization Studies
Chrysler Leaders for Global Operations Professor of Management
Erwin H. Schell Professor of Management and a Professor of Organizations Studies
Associate Dean and Faculty Director for Action Learning at Asia School of Business
Principal Research Scientist and a part of Center for Information System Research
Research Fellow, MIT Center for Digital Business
Upon completion of the Executive Program in General Management, participants will be awarded the Advanced Certificate for Executives in Management, Innovation and Technology (ACE) and a certificate of completion of the Executive Program in General Management in recognition of your achievement and the investment you and your company have made in your education and development.
Executive Program in General Management is a program tailored to help talented leaders prepare to take on larger, critical roles in their companies or start new entrepreneurial ventures.
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|Term 1||November 16–20, 2020||Online (Digital term, project launch)|
|Term 2||December, 2020–June, 2021||Online (8 week asynchronous coursework, live faculty sessions, and project work)|
|Term 3||June 27–July 2, 2021||MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, Massachusetts**|
|Term 4||July–September, 2021||Online (4 week asynchronous coursework, Live faculty sessions, and Project work)|
|Term 5||September 19–24, 2021||MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, Massachusetts**|
|Round 4||Sep 15, 2020||US $600|
|Round 5||Sep 30, 2020||US $700|
|Program Fee: US $37,500|