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). Admissions information. Program highlights. Events. Career perspectives. An inside look at how combining the strengths of Penn Engineering and Wharton offers a 'degree of difference' in preparing leaders who can bridge technology and management. We appreciate your interest and welcome your feedback.
(Next issue: Fall 2005. EMTM InSITE archives.)

EMTM Team Helps Motorola Look to the Future
When a company like Motorola Inc. says its vision is to achieve seamless mobility within a decade, it needs a tangible plan. Moving that vision beyond rhetoric into potential products is the task before five students participating in a new EMTM elective, the "Corporate Application Project". >>more

Molecular Diagnostics: New Models in Personalized Medicine
Compared with pharmaceutical sales of $450 billion in 2003, the $1.6 billion molecular diagnostics industry has often been overlooked as a source of new business potential — but that may be changing. Prof. Scott Diamond discussed emerging trends and business models in genetic diagnostics and personalized medicine at a recent "EMTM Presents" event in Princeton, NJ. >>more

A View from Financial Services: ROI on EMTM Investment
James Combs' two-year stint in EMTM has yielded an impressive list of measurable outcomes. As vice president of SEI Investments Company's Global Services division, he's been able to apply his learning immediately to address the business challenges of forming a new product group in connection with an organizational realignment at his firm. >>more

Career Choices: Different Roads Lead to EMTM
Each class of EMTM students spans industries, cultures, age and work experience. We asked several current and recent students why they chose EMTM, and what benefits they felt their experience was bringing to their organizations as well as themselves. >>more

Venturing Into the Real World: From Invention to Business
When Mikhail Maiorov and Blair Linville (both EMTM '05) began thinking about the application of laser technology in industrial materials processing, they knew they were on to something. With the help of Wharton's Venture Initiation Program, they have been able to test their theory by developing a real business. >>more

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