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SIP stands for Sloan Innovation Period


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The Sloan Innovation Period (SIP) occurs at the midpoint of each semester and provides students with an intensive week of experiential leadership learning, as well as exposure to groundbreaking faculty work. It allows students to engage in intellectual exploration outside the classroom.
The Sloan Innovation Period (SIP) replaces the traditional 13-week semester with a more effective rhythm, allowing students to engage in intellectual exploration outside the classroom. SIP, which takes place at the midpoint of each semester, offers the opportunity to participate in a variety of leadership and research seminars and activities, all centered on the theme of innovation. SIP provides our students and faculty with a flexible, open-format time period to jointly explore the terrain that makes MIT Sloan truly unique: the combination of our research expertise, our leadership acumen, and the hands-on applicability of this knowledge.
"Sloan Innovation Period. " Abbreviations. com. STANDS4 LLC, 2015. Web. 16 Nov.
This week is SIP (Sloan Innovation Period) week for all the MBA students. SIP week is a week in the middle of the semester when all regular classes are cancelled and students take various classes on innovation and leadership. It is a great way to get to know about some of the groundbreaking faculty work at MIT, to build our leadership skills, and to think about innovation in a different light. I took four SIP classes this week and they were: Leadership & Entrepreneurship; Media Relations; Technology, Leadership and Innovation in the Services Economy; and Inclusive Leadership.
During the spring semester, some students use Sloan Innovation Period (SIP) and spring break for their on-site visits to host companies as part of their Action Learning Labs. Both China and India Lab students headed off to their respective countries for an intensive two weeks working on their projects and connecting with company representatives. Check out the incredible experience MBA student Nadir Vissanjy had last week in Beijing.