Fall 2016 Sloan Innovation Period (SIP)
October 24th through October 28th
All bidding and add/drop results are posted under Current Bids and Bid Results.
Below is a list of open SIP classes. You may attend these classes to receive SIP credit. Please see the
Fall 2016 SIP Course Schedule for details about these classes including dates, times and locations.
CS.107 Section B Core Ethics: Ethics and Taxes: Is There a Moral Obligation to Pay? (TH 1-4PM, E51-325)
CS.114 Section B Core Ethics: Ethics and the Pricing of HIV/AIDS Drugs for International Markets: Non-Market Strategy (TH 1-4PM, E51-345)
CS.115 Section A Core Ethics: Effective and Ethical Experimentation (Analytics) (M 1-4PM, E51-149)
CS.117 Section A Core Ethics: Ethical Issues Involving Cybersecurity (M 9AM-12PM, E51-145)
CS.117 Section B Core Ethics: Ethical Issues Involving Cybersecurity (M 1-4PM, E51-145)
CS.127 Section A Core Leadership: What is Your Why? (F 9AM-12PM, Meets Trust Center Garage Space)
CS.221 Section A Core Leadership: Leading Diverse Global Organizations: Inclusion Using Improv Theater (W 9AM-12PM, E51-325)
CS.221 Section B Core Leadership: Leading Diverse Global Organizations: Inclusion Using Improv Theater (W 1-4PM, E51-325)
CS.306 Core Leadership: Resilience @ Work (TH 9AM-12PM, E51-149)
CS.613 Core Leadership: Understanding and Expanding your Work Style with GlobeSmart (TH 9AM-12PM, E51-057)
Please visit the MBA MySloan SIP website for a complete list of Fall SIP workshops and descriptions.
You will not receive partial credit for any workshops partially attended. Students are expected to attend workshops in their entirety in order to gain credit for the course.
Students may not complete the same SIP workshop twice and receive credit for both.