MIT TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP PROGRAMPREPARING GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY LEADERS FOR FUTUREMIT TLPPROGRAM DETAILSNOVEMBER, 2019 – APRIL, 2020Location : MIT CAMPUS (BOSTON, USA)Program Fee : USD 28,000PROGRAM CONTACTSEmail : firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (USA) : +1 617-324-8168 Phone (India) : +91 8587878713 / 14 / 15 Program Navigation Program BenefitsParticipant ProfileProgram ExperienceFacultyCurriculumAdmissionsREQUEST INFOWHATSAPP USThe MIT Technology Leadership Program is an intensive, six-month, multi-modular program. Global executives will learn to lead transformational growth in technology by developing an understanding of exponential technologies and innovations, and how to apply prevalent best practices within their organizations, sectors, and industries.Organizations across all industries are rapidly exploring and adopting digital technologies to adapt and remain competitive. Traditional business models and processes are being redefined by the application of transformational digital technologies in managing or driving disruption. Exponential technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Internet Of Things, Blockchain, Data Analytics etc. are changing the constraints on business growth for organizations. And this is creating a new set of challenges and opportunities for global leaders in the second machine age.Leaders need to develop the required capabilities to harness these new technologies in the context of their business, to create new opportunities and drive growth. The next generation of global leaders know how to lead their organizations in understanding, embracing and deploying the appropriate innovations at scale to survive and thrive. MIT TLP aims to develop these leaders, and support organizations and industries in their journey through the fourth industrial revolution.QUICK LINKSAPPLY NOWDOWNLOAD BROCHURE VIEW PROGRAM SCHEDULE ADMISSION PROCESS VISIT MIT WEBSITEPROGRAM BENEFITSAs a graduate of the MIT TLP, you will be a part of an amazing cohort of global leaders. You will also become an integral part of the global MIT Professional Education network and are considered alumni of the MIT TLP Program as well as MIT Professional Education. You also receive the benefits listed below:Inclusion in the MIT Professional Education Alumni network via a password-protected online communityMIT Professional email forwarding addressAccess and invitations to exclusive MIT Professional Education sponsored reunions, conferences and seminarsFifteen percent (15%) discount on enrollment in future MIT Professional Education offerings (short duration programs of 5 days or less and online programs)Ability to join the local MIT Engineering alumni chapters or clubs in a specific regionAccess to the Library and other MIT database services while on campusOne-year subscription to the MIT Engineering / Professional magazineMIT Professional Alumni e-newsletter;Ability to join the MIT Professional Alumni LinkedIn GroupMIT IN NUMBERS WATCH VIDEOMIT RANKINGS#1Top University (QS, 2012 – 2019)#1Best Engineering Schools (U.S. News, 2019)#1Computer Science and Information Systems (QS, 2019)#1Best University for Graduate Jobs (U.S.News, 2019)THE MIT ADVANTAGEMIT’s teaching and research are relevant to the practical world, and help solve problems that are meaningful to society. To that end, we seek the best possible community of scholars who will contribute to MIT and the world.MIT believes the best education occurs when participants are self-motivated and engaged in a dynamic community of learners. We combine rigorous academics with a learning-by-doing approach.MIT education has always been based on certain guiding principles. These include:A broad and strong foundation in core fields of human knowledgeA deep and skilful training in a particular area of expertiseA practical orientation toward solving real-world problemsWHO SHOULD ATTENDThe program is designed for technology leaders and experienced practitioners from large corporations as well as startups – innovation-oriented firms who are focused on leveraging emerging digital technologies to remain relevant and competitive in the marketplace. These individuals are highly aspirational and have a keen desire to create new opportunities and shape the future of their organizations and industries by harnessing these transformational technologies.We welcome applications from participants with significant experience and demonstrated career progression and success across levels, includingCTO, CIO, Chief Architects.Head of Engineering, Head of Technology.Leaders with a focus on evolving their organisation’s technology management and growth to meet future needs.Engineering managers, Product managers and team leaders with significant team size and budget responsibility.Senior functional managers and delivery heads with significant team size and budget responsibility.Individuals with outstanding technical careers and leadership roles in a variety of settings.A strong drive to succeed and aspirations for reaching beyond the obvious career milestones.Demonstrated ability to adapt, learn and apply new knowledge in varied situations.A minimum of 6+ years of work experience in functional, technical, or business roles.A graduate degree with a strong academic track record.Fluency in written and spoken English. PROGRAM EXPERIENCEWe provide a tailored world-class educational experience at MIT TLP for professionals from around the globe who are looking to advance their careers and creatively address complex problems.MIT faculty members offer the opportunity for a profound learning experience and provide considerable knowledge and technical expertise to professionals who are eager to boost their context-specific knowledge, or develop new areas of expertise. They are mentors and collaborators looking to help participants solve the world’s problems through emerging technology and advanced leadership.MIT Professional Education’s programs cover cutting edge areas such as Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Big data, and Internet of Things. Thousands of professionals from 120 countries have benefited from applying knowledge gained from our on-campus, international, online, and custom programs.MIT LEARNING EXPERIENCE WATCH VIDEODISTINGUISHED FACULTYMIT faculty lead and teach MIT TLP. Whether a rock star or a rising star, our faculty prefer first names and, most of the time, jeans. For our faculty, the most important thing at MIT is not credentials or citations, but what world-changing thing you’re working on.They come to teach, to do research, and to bring their knowledge to bear on the world’s greatest problems. The challenges they seek to solve, from cybersecurity to fusion energy to Alzheimer’s, require more than apps. Our faculty members have won almost every major research and teaching award you can think of, and they are prolific inventors and originators of commercial enterprises.David Niño Faculty Director, MIT TLP Senior Lecturer in the Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership ProgramProf. David Niño is a Senior Lecturer in the Bernard M. Gordon – MIT Engineering Leadership Program, where he heads leadership education for graduate students across the Institute. He is strongly committed to the development of leadership among engineers and other professionals in technology and is active in an international consortium of engineering leadership centers. He is also a founding officer of the Engineering Leadership Development Division of the American Society of Engineering Education.Prior to MIT, Dr. Niño was a faculty member in the schools of engineering and business at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He was director of Rice’s university-wide program in leadership development and later played a leading role in designing and establishing the university’s first four-year academic certificate in engineering leadership. He also organized a premier international conference on engineering leadership, which garnered participation from the President of the National Academy of Engineering, 28 universities, and leading engineering companies such as Boeing, NASA, and Shell. View Full ProfileProgram faculty may include:Erdin BeshimovFounder and Director, MIT BootcampsTony EngSenior Lecturer, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceReza RahamanIndustry Co-Director and Senior LecturerJohn WilliamsProfessor, Information Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Engineering Systems DirectorAbel SanchezExecutive Director, Research Scientist, Laboratory for Manufacturing and ProductivitySanjay SarmaDean, Digital LearningMatthew KressyFounding Director, MIT Integrated Design & Management (IDM)Ben WaberPresident and CEO, Humanyze; Visiting Scientist at the MIT Media LabJustin SolomonAssistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceSuvrit SraPrincipal Research Scientist, Information and Decision SystemsPhillip IsolaAssistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceJohn HartAssociate Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Mitsui Career Development Professor, Contemporary TechnologyMarkus BuehlerProfessor and Head of Department, Civil and Environmental EngineeringJennifer RuppAssistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceStephanie JegelkaX-Consortium Career Development Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceBernhardt TroutProfessor, Chemical Engineering; Director, Novartis-MIT CenterCURRICULUMToday, in the fourth industrial revolution, traditional business models are being transformed, disrupted or replaced by the spread of exponential technologies and their application in all walks of life, be it supply chain, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, travel, healthcare, or finance.MIT TLP, in its 6-month multi-modular program format, is designed to expose participants to the most important and leading exponential technologies, the leading MIT faculty, latest research, frameworks, best practices and immerse them in the MIT ecosystem. The participants will learn the skills they need to lead the charge at their organizations to drive growth, evolve business models, craft strategies to counter disruptive threats and build innovative solutions leveraging exponential digital technologies.The TLP is a blend of on-campus learning, live online interactions with faculty and a capstone project, that requires the application of your learning to solve a real problem that you are facing at work. The on-campus modules include immersive sessions at MIT’s campus in Cambridge, where the focus will be on the current landscape of exponential technologies, best practices, frameworks and strategic real-world application of digital technologies to business models. You will experience the MIT innovation ecosystem in Cambridge and across the world and a thorough exploration of key technologies such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and other emerging exponential technologies.The learning will continue during the off-campus modules where you will continue to work on your capstone project and interact with MIT faculty to learn more about several other key areas such as Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Big Data, etc. through sessions. The off-campus modules also provide you with the opportunity to apply the learnings at your workplace, ensuring that you leverage the program for driving outcomes at work to accelerate your professional growth as you continue to learn.MODULE 1 (Pre-program ; Online)Ready yourself for the academic environment and build a common languageRead and formulate your thoughts on the case studies, articles, and preparation questionsMODULE 2 (MIT Campus, US)Technology leadership in the 4th Industrial RevolutionNew business models in technology and technology driven industry.Automation and Robotics and its impact on manufacturing and old economy industriesInnovations in Fin-Tech and how it is changing the world of global financeSensors/3D PrintingModern breakthrough technologies and their impact on HealthcareIntroduction to capstone projectMODULE 3 (Off-Campus)Live online sessions with MIT Faculty are scheduled to discuss the latest thinking, case study, research or a topic of contextual importance. Such topics could include:Blockchain and its application in business including cryptocurrency and other areasCybersecurity – Implications and best practices as more of the world’s information and computing becomes connected.Directed project work and feedbackMODULE 4 (MIT Campus, US)Driving and managing creativity; Developing creative culturesInnovation and DesignDesigning with technologiesInternet Of ThingsVirtual RealityAugmented Reality.Leveraging Big data and Data analytics to innovate and design for the customer.Project discussion and key takeaways.MODULE 5 (Off-Campus)Live online sessions with MIT Faculty are scheduled to discuss the latest thinking, case study, research or a topic of contextual importance. Such topics could include:Simulations on Big Data and Data ScienceVisualization and Analytics use cases in different industries such as Finance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, etc.Capstone project workPreparation for next module focused on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.MODULE 6 (MIT Campus, US)Latest breakthroughs in research, cutting-edge technologies, and best practices for building effective AI-systemsChallenges posed by AI in the workplace and how it impacts leadershipEthics and privacy for AI driven worldEmerging opportunities and risks in Machine learning and Artificial IntelligenceCapstone project conclusionCAPSTONE PROJECTThe program embodies the MIT motto of “Mens et Manus” — Mind and Hand — the belief that academic knowledge must also be accompanied by practical application. You will work on a capstone project over the entire duration of the program. It is a unique opportunity for collaborative learning and applying the knowledge of technologies, frameworks and best-practices to real-world problems. You will receive valuable feedback from faculty and peers, which will help you push the boundaries of personal and professional growth. This experience is designed to help you develop global perspective on relevant problems and enable you to design and build solutions embedded in and with key exponential technologies.ACTION INSIGHTSApart from exploration of applications of key exponential technologies and enriching insights from faculty, you will experience key technologies of future in action within MIT (e.g. at MIT Media Labs) and through interactions with innovators from MIT Alumni founded startups.VIEW PROGRAM SCHEDULEWHAT YOU WILL TAKE BACKAs a participant in MIT TLP, you will benefit from developing actionable insights about the capabilities, best-practices, applications, trends and implications of exponential technologies that are already transforming the business landscape and shaping our future. As part of the program, you will:Learn essential concepts and skills needed to develop cutting-edge, industry-relevant AI and Machine Learning systems and understand the challenges posed by AI in the workplace.Understand the potential and applications of transformative technologies such as blockchain, IoT, VR, AR, and cybersecurity as well as the implications on business models and strategies.Develop a keen understanding of the implications of big data, and how to leverage it.Identify the most important applications of exponential technologies for your own context and a set of practices and tools to harness the most value from such applications to transform your organization and industry.Develop the ability to think critically about role of technology within competitive strategy framework.Recognize the links between creativity—a new or useful idea—and innovation, as well as how to execute and adopt creative ideas.Formulate a corporate plan for innovation to incubate, refine, and grow a portfolio of innovative new businesses and products.Lead the transition to a design-driven innovative culture within your organization.Build connections within a highly accomplished peer group as well as get to know MIT Faculty and Alumni who can be advisors, mentors, partners and investors in your transformation journey.ADMISSIONSMIT TLP follows a rolling admissions (earlier application, earlier consideration) process and participant applications are evaluated as soon as they are received. The step-by-step process is outline below.Online ApplicationYou can apply to the program online by submitting a short online application form. We do not accept any paper applications.APPLY HERE >ResumeSubmitted (via upload) in word or PDF format along with application form.ReferencesWe require two professional references who are ready to discuss your candidacy with us in great detail.EssayTwo essays are required –What are your long term (5-10 years) career aspirations? How will the MIT TLP help you achieve these?How do you plan to use the MIT experience to change the world?Document SubmissionApplicants are required to submit academic documents (degrees, diplomas, and transcripts). This is to facilitate an evaluation of the candidate’s profile and relative positioning vis a vis the rest of the class.InterviewAll shortlisted candidates will go through a round of interviews before they are accepted into the program. These interviews may be conducted in person or over the telephone.KEY DATESApplication RoundDeadline DateEarly RoundMay 25, 2019Please Note:The early application and acceptance round increases your chances of acceptance in the program by 50%Considering the limited seats in the program and first come – first serve admission process, it is always more beneficial for candidates to apply as soon as possible. Your application can be placed on the waiting list. If you are not offered final admission for the current program, you might be offered a place in the next year’s program. In this case, your application fee will then be considered for the next year’s program. Application fee is refunded only in the case an applicant is not offered an admission to the program. PROGRAM FEES AND FINANCINGThe Program fee for MIT TLP is USD 28,000 inclusive of all taxes. It covers teaching fees, all academic materials, lunches and select dinners. The fee does not include transport expenses (domestic and international), any associated visa fees etc. and accommodation for modules. It also does not cover any other expenses that are not expressly mentioned above.You are responsible for full payments of fees as per the guidelines (provided upon admission) to ensure that you are part of the program. Typically participants adopt one of the two routes below for paying the program fees.Self payCompany SponsorshipSelf payCandidates can pay the entire fee through available funds/ savingsThere is no difference in terms of payment schedule and requirements, should the candidates fund their own candidacy.Company SponsorshipCompanies can support the internal career advancement of their high potential senior executives by sponsoring them in the program.Companies interested in sponsoring their high potential senior executives and who want to learn more about the program should get in touch with Northwest at email@example.com to schedule a one-on-one discussion with a program advisor.Candidates must pay the fees directly and claim reimbursement from their employer. 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