The MIT Sloan School of Management is one of the world’s leading business schools. MIT Sloan is devoted to its mission: to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice.
MIT Sloan executive programs are tailored to meet the needs of leaders who seek to drive innovation, lead change, and solve complex business challenges. Led by experienced MIT Sloan faculty, the executive programs offer breakthrough research-based insights and provide excellent networking opportunities with business leaders from around the world. These
programs will enable you to take your career to the next level.
Professor Charles Fine is a leader in supply chain strategy and value chain roadmapping, with a particular focus on fast-clockspeed manufacturing industries. Fine’s work has supported design and improvement of supply chain relationships for companies in electronics, automotive, aerospace, communications, and consumer products.
Adjunct Associate Professor Zeynep Ton examines how organizations can design and manage their operations in a way that satisfies employees, customers, and investors simultaneously. Her earlier research focused on the critical role of store operations in retail supply chains.
An expert in corporate finance, entrepreneurship, and organizational economics, Professor Antoinette Schoar researches venture capital, entrepreneurial finance, corporate diversification, governance, and capital budgeting decisions in firms. She is also a co-founder of ideas42, a non-profit that uses insights from behavioral economics and psychology to solve social problems.
Professor Paul Asquith is a specialist in corporate finance and a media source for the field of corporate finance and control, including mergers, dividend policy, financial distress, and market efficiency. MIT Sloan program students have recognized Asquith with 13 Teaching Excellence Awards.
Jake Cohen oversees MIT Sloan’s portfolio of degree programs, as well as the Offices of Admissions, Student Life, and Career Development. He is responsible for setting strategy for undergraduate and Master's programs. Prior to his academic career, Cohen worked as an accountant at KPMG LLP in Philadelphia, and as a mergers and acquisition consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP in New York City.
Join MIT’s renowned professors for a program on identifying areas of operational inefficiency and how to develop plans to improve optimization.
In this 6-week program, MIT’s renowned faculty will elevate non-financial leaders by giving them the concepts, language, and skills necessary to make important business decisions through a financial lens.