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1 The Value of an MIT Executive MBA Submitted by a Candidate to the MIT EMBA Class of 2014

2 Current State OUR Company Growing rapidly - $1B goal Active acquisition strategy International success (25% YoY annual growth) Industry specialization pressures products and services H&F deadline looming – focus on valuation Personal Current role is good fit – using quant skills to sell FY 2012 attainment 135%, through 3 quarters Broad functional experience Admitted to MIT EMBA program, class of 2014 Selectivity 110 candidates accepted from pool of 1,600

3 Challenge Cost of Program $141K over 3 fiscal years Current OUR Company tuition reimbursement program $4K per year $10K from Line Department budget per year Request for corporate sponsorship $32,000$55,000$30, $18,000$41,000$16,000

4 Proposal: OUR Company Sponsorship In Exchange For: Program Benefits Enrollment in program will actively improve ability to do current job Organizational Lab – consulting engagement for OUR Company Global Organizational Lab - engagement with OUR Company customer CEO speaking engagement – executive networking Partnership opportunity – thought leadership Program Output Formally trained General Manager Commitment of 2 years after graduation Seed of future OUR Company leadership development program

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6 Organizational Lab :: O-Lab Details Each student conducts a consulting engagement with his/her own company Opportunity to use the coursework so far – particularly System Dynamics and Operations Management – to improve a process in the student’s own organization Project spans an entire semester Benefits Built-in consulting engagement for OUR Company Focus on change management Resources of Sloan School available to team

7 Global Organizational Lab :: GO-Lab Details RFPs sent to candidate inter- or multi-national companies Students work as part of a small EMBA-only team with an international company to help them solve a global integration issue. This includes one week at multiple company sites worldwide for field research and immersion in the company’s challenges. Benefits OUR Company could nominate customers to host GO-Lab projects A way to provide additional value to strategic, global accounts Provide guidance on a topic we would not have been able to before, e.g. international growth strategy Could parlay in to PR opportunity

8 CEO Speakers Details Executives of student companies are invited to speak to a class Benefits XYZ Company is perfectly suited for this Great story to tell Evolution over years, technology, regional star Interesting audience Executive networking C-level Market awareness / lead generation All industries represented in cohort

9 Partnership Details World-class university Perennial Globe Top 50 Company Benefits Two Boston-area stars joining forces Thought-leadership Big Data Marshall Fisher and Zeynap Ton in Retail

10 MIT: A World Class Institution Economic Power  MIT has launched over 25,000 new firms, who created 3.3 million jobs and currently produce $2 trillion in annual revenues. This translates into a revenue engine equivalent to the 11 th largest nation, between Brazil and Russia. Research  MIT is the leading research university in the USA, and routinely leads all universities in patents granted.  Each year more than $800 million in sponsored research is conducted at MIT.

11 Cohort Demographics – Program Peers High-Level Every Industry Geographic

12 Corporate Sponsorship – Benefits Corporates sponsors who send high-potential mid-career executives begin to realize benefits immediately BECAUSE the student is working and attending MIT EMBA classes. You will benefit through: ▪ Access to MIT’s cutting-edge expertise and research in global leadership, innovation and strategic development several years before it becomes mainstream ▪ The networking and cross-industry cohort learning that is a key element of the EMBA ▪ Increased efficiency and productivity as the student brings and applies new learning and broader perspective back on the job ▪ Accelerated development for high potential employees ▪ Building executive bench strength and organizational commitment

13 Corporate Sponsorship – Candidates Invest in your Stars and High Potentials who: Are taking on increasing amounts of responsibility Need to develop new knowledge and tools Will benefit from broadening their perspective to include Corporate Strategy and/or Operations You want to retain and grow Are too valuable to leave for a full-time program

14 Tuition Schedule: Class of 2014 Sample MIT EMBA Tuition Payment Schedule (Class of 2014)* Tuition TermDate DueAmount Deposit:No later than August 6, 2012$10,000 Fall 2012October 1, 2012$22,000 Spring 2013January 1, 2013$38,500 Summer 2013July 1, 2013$16,500 Fall 2013August 1, 2013$24,000 Spring 2014January 1, 2014$30,000 Total Tuition $141,000

15 OUR Company Tuition Reimbursement Actual Program Participation – Past 5 Years Year Tuition Participation Total Participant Count Total Tuition Spend %113$565 K %106$530 K %94$470 K %84$420 K %81$405 K


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