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Sloan School of Management

Leading Change in Complex Organizations

★★★★★4.5 • 6 reviews
May 11—15, 2020
5 days
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
USD 9500
USD 1900 per day

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Course reviews

IT Professional from Brazil 2018
★★★★4.4
Course quality: good
Instructors: excellent
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): excellent
Industry:financial services
John B, Manager from Colombia 2015
★★★★★4.9
Course quality: excellent
Instructors: excellent
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): excellent
Primary takeaway: A powerfull point of view to approach company challenges around change managent
Things to improve: The course had a good design, very connected each concept
Samuel G, Course Participant from Brazil 2015
★★★★★4.8
Course quality: excellent
Instructors: very good
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): very good
Industry:Farming
Operations Executive from Canada Area 2016
★★★★4.1
Course quality: good
Instructors: good
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): very good
Primary takeaway: See and evaluate different views and approaches to similar problems
Things to improve: Extend length of the course, have a 'learn and dinner' each night to continue open discussions
Industry:conglomerate
Steve B, General Management Professional from Sweden 2014
★★★★★4.6
Course quality: excellent
Instructors: excellent
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): good
Some might been a bit old
Industry:professional services
Course participant from Greater Boston Area
★★★★4.4
Course quality: very good
Instructors: excellent
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): very good
Please note that the instructors are wonderful-- the content they used when I took the class was somewhat outdated. I know our cohort played an instrumental role in providing feedback needed for them to update certain aspects of the course. My guess is it's much improved and more relevant at this point.
Primary takeaway: Change is hard because people are complicated. (Seriously-- it sounds very obvious, but it was fascinating to explore the ways in which this is true and how successful change initiatives are different from those that fail.)
Things to improve: Course materials-- readings, cases, etc. (As I mentioned earlier, I believe this has all changed and been updated since I took the course.)
Industry:education