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Working effectively in teams is essential to the success of every manager. To do so, managers need their teams to work collaboratively and efficiently. In the digital age we live in today, communication and collaboration can become extremely challenging, as in many cases teams are spread across the globe.
This course will help managers address these needs at an individual, team and organizational level. The course combines cutting edge content from research at MIT, an engaging approach to learning including individual and peer group assignments, and a continual focus on application for you, your team, and your organization.
All group discussions and assignments in the course will be done using a Socio Metric tool: Riff Platform developed by Riff Learning. The Riff Platform is a cloud-based video client & data insights application. It measures conversational dynamics and provides feedback during and after your video interactions. Each participant in the video interaction receives objective data to help them learn about their interpersonal effectiveness and their ability to work with others. Riff’s measurements can predict the engagement, satisfaction and performance on shared tasks.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
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MIT Sloan Executive Education has collaborated with Emeritus to offer a portfolio of online programs. These programs leverage our faculty’s thought leadership in management practice developed over years of research, teaching and practice. Through Emeritus we expect to extend our impact in the world of leadership development to learners across the world. You can read more about this relationship here.
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Emeritus follows a unique online model. This model has ensured that nearly 90 percent of our learners complete their course.
Orientation WeekThe first week is orientation week. During this week you will be introduced to the other participants in the class from across the world. You will also learn how to use the learning platform and other learning tools provided.
Weekly GoalsOn other weeks, you have learning goals set for the week. The goals would include watching the video lectures and completing the assignments. All assignments have weekly deadlines.
Recorded Video LecturesThe recorded video lectures are by faculty from the collaborating university.
Live WebinarsEvery few weeks, there are live webinars conducted by Emeritus course leaders. Course leaders are highly-experienced industry practitioners who contextualize the video lectures and assist with questions you may have regarding your assignments. Live webinars are usually conducted between 1 pm and 3 pm UTC on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Clarifying DoubtsIn addition to the live webinars, for some courses, the course leaders conduct Office Hours, which are webinar sessions that are open to all learners. During Office Hours, learners ask questions and course leaders respond. These are usually conducted every alternate week to help participants clarify their doubts pertaining to the content.
Follow-UpThe Emeritus Program Support team members will follow up and assist over email and via phone calls with learners who are unable to submit their assignments on time.
Continued Course AccessYou will continue to have access to the course videos and learning material for up to 12 months from the course start date.
Assignments are given out weekly and they are based on the lectures or tutorials provided. They need to be completed and submitted as per the deadline for grading purposes. Extensions may be provided based on a request sent to the support team.
It is an open forum where participants pin their opinions or thoughts regarding the topic under discussion.
These are real world scenario-based assignments involving an up-close, in-depth, and detailed examination of a subject of study, as well as its related contextual conditions.
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We have listed two type of FAQs:
This course is designed to help managers address needs at an individual, team and organizational level.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
Look more insightfully at your own behavior and the dynamics of your team
Help your group deploy these ideas to increase efficiency and effectiveness, whether you sit in the same office or are deployed around the world
Empower your larger organization to use these frameworks and models to increase idea flow, team engagement, collaboration and innovation
The learning journey will NOT be easy. It requires your commitment for at least three to four hours a week to learn, explore, and collaborate
Below is the synopsis of company examples covered within the “Smart Teams: Collaboration in the Digital Age” program.
No. The program is designed to be completed in its entirety and cannot be taken as standalone modules
The program is a combination of interactive lectures and individual and team assignments. Additionally, the program includes live sessions with course leaders who are dedicated to guiding you through your learning journey
The course provides hands on experience with 56 interactive lectures, 4 Graded Discussions, 4 Peer Learning Video Conference Sessions, 3 Individual Assignments and 3 live lecture sessions with a Teaching Fellow
Get to use Meeting Mediator socio metric tool – an online collaboration tool that will give you personalized feedback on your communication & collaborations style
Building Effective Teams is considered a must have leadership competency and is highly correlated with leadership success. Leadership assessment firm Korn Ferry rates this skill as a “Big 8” skill, one that a successful leader must have to ascend to the highest level of the organization
Great leaders like Jack Welch at GE, Jeff Bezos at Amazon, Jack MA at Alibaba, Narayana Murthy at Infosys and so on, are known to build and nurture high performance teams.
The way teams communicate and collaborate in the digital world is changing. Traditional leadership models don’t work.
This course from MIT, will help you become an ideal team player by understanding team dynamics & taking the team to the next level
Absolutely! In today’s day ang age, work environments require constant interaction with teams at different levels for different purposes.
The Intelligent Teams and Networks course will help you identify:
Special pricing up to 20% discount is available if you enroll with your colleagues.