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Leadership in the management of technology and innovation in business.

Welcome. EMTM InSITE is for prospective and current students, sponsors, alumni and others interested in Penn's Executive Master's in Technology Management (EMTM). In each issue, we cover timely admissions information, program highlights and personal perspectives from EMTM students, alumni and faculty. We appreciate your interest and welcome your feedback and suggestions.


The Future is Calling: 4G and the New Age of Wireless
How can a technology that doesn't officially exist, and for which there is as yet no technical definition, be the future of wireless? It depends who you're talking to — or, in other words, which part of the elephant is being felt by which blind man. EMTM faculty and graduates discuss the widely varying technology and socio-economic forces that will shape this significant 'disrupter' of wireless as we know it. >>more

The Future is Calling: 4G and the New Age of Wireless

EMTM Profiles: Transforming Careers
Read how five graduates of the EMTM program — whether through sponsorship or paying out of their pockets — profoundly expanded their goals, capabilities and opportunities to transform their careers and themselves. In the words of one alumnus, EMTM "encouraged me to seek the greatness in myself and those around me." >>more

EMTM Profiles: Transforming Careers

Nanotechnology: Small Science, Big Business
A panel of experts discusses the fascinating range of products possible thanks to this tiny technology — from sunscreen to drug delivery to energy transmission — and examines the hurdles encountered along the road to commercialization. For the promise of nanotechnology to be realized, the "yawning gap" between academia and industry must be narrowed and crossed. >>more

Nanotechnology: Small Science, Big Business

Curriculum Redesign: Management of Technology
Over the summer, faculty came together to redesign this key course with the goal of shedding light on the process of managing new technology innovation. Focusing on organizational structure, finance, M&A, innovation, and the evolution of technology markets, the redesign has garnered positive reviews from students. >>more

Curriculum Redesign: Management of Technology

Giving Back: Creating Their Legacies
If life after EMTM is a transformed career, what comes after this personal journey upward? For three alumni, the next phase of their journeys was outward to their communities — specifically, to young people in need of their own opportunities. Read how John Fisher ('01), Curtis Jenkins ('01) and David Smith ('07), turned the skills and experience gained in EMTM to create personal legacies of giving and empowerment. >>more

Giving Back: Creating Their Legacies

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