IE Brown Executive MBA

Executive MBA

Brown University and IE Business School are forging the future of business leadership as a force for good.

Increase profits. Maximize shareholder value. Reduce expenses at all costs. For years, these have been the directives from corporate boardrooms across the globe. But the world has changed. Major shifts in technology, the environment and what people value have altered expectations — leaving us to radically rethink the role of business in society.

Business leadership to drive positive impact.

The IE Brown Executive MBA is an accelerated, 15-month degree that combines the best of an Ivy League education and a top-ranked international business school. The program is designed to build upon your business framework while strengthening your leadership capacity to better serve your people, your organization and the planet. World-renowned faculty from both institutions will guide you through this transformational experience to help you discover how business can be the vehicle for a better future.

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Why did you choose the IE Brown Executive MBA program?

1. I love Brown! I first came here as an undergraduate, then for medical school and now as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the Department of Family Medicine. In fact, when I graduate from the EMBA program this May, I will be celebrating my 15-year reunion from undergrad, 10 year reunion from med school and 5 years as an Asst. Clinical Professor.

2. With our healthcare system under undue stress during the pandemic with deaths climbing, limited access to resources, and medical staff tired, overwhelmed, and morally injured, I began to witness firsthand a great resignation and reshuffling within healthcare as doctors and others reconsidered their roles and what matters most to them and their families. I realized that in order for me to thrive in this changing landscape, I would need to step back, check my own pulse, and re-evaluate where we are as a healthcare system and how I can be of most help. I decided with the help and guidance of mentors to beef up my business acumen, hone my leadership skills, examine the intersection of business and society, and dive deep into the data evaluating where we are and where we are going when it comes to technology, innovation and creativity while not ignoring where it is that we came from. This last part is key. Brown doesn’t let us forget where we came from. The Shared History of Slavery and Capitalism is where this program begins its teaching, right alongside Accounting and Managerial Economics.
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