The MIT Master's Program in Engineering and Management
Systems thinking is a competitive imperative for leaders at all stages of their careers—established, evolving, and emerging. Not only must current leaders understand how to apply systems thinking to address complex challenges, but companies must be able to apply this approach to develop the systems-based thinkers who will become the leaders of the future.
To help organizations and their leaders succeed, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's annual Conference on Systems Thinking for Contemporary Challenges, sponsored by System Design and Management (SDM), will focus on best practices for leaders at all levels of the organization.
Speakers will include emerging, evolving, and established leaders from several industry and government sectors. They will discuss:
The aim of the conference is to provide practical information from multiple disciplines that will spark ideas that leaders at all developmental stages can apply to real-world challenges. Attendees will also gain insight into how to support and develop current and future leaders, whether in industry, academia, government, or the world at large.
There will be ample time for Q&A with speakers and networking with attendees.
We invite you to join us on October 8, 2014. Register here.