The altMBA founder Seth Godin describes how the systems inside the altMBA work and what to expect. This is a recording of a live webinar on June 14, 2017.
How can you make real change happen in 4 weeks?, Who are the coaches?, What kinds of projects are in the altMBA?, What is the time commitment?, Who’s it for?, How would you describe the altMBA community?, Does the altMBA focus on professional goals or does it also help achieve personal goals?, How do I know if I’m ready to take the altMBA?
altMBA founder Seth Godin talks about how directors, managers, and associates level up within big companies by joining the altMBA. This is a recording of a live webinar on May 24, 2017.
Would the altMBA make me better at managing upwards, downwards and laterally? Is this a good program for someone who is feeling stuck and uncertain? After completing the program, what are the major changes you see in graduates? What can I do to convince others around me, and my employer, that this is worth the shared sacrifice? Do you think it would be beneficial to take the altMBA with an employee or colleague? How do I know if I'm ready to take the altMBA? How do you link the program content to real world business issues?
Seth Godin does a Q&A about how soloists, entrepreneurs, and freelancers can level up, and how the altMBA helps you move forward. This is a recording of a live webinar on May 18, 2017.
I fear that I am underaccomplished compared to your average admitted student. Would you recommend applying anyways? I'm keen to know how the altMBA would be useful to someone who never plans to enter corporate world again. Will the altMBA be beneficial for solopreneurs just starting out with a new venture? As a solopreneur for 11 years, I am at a crossroads, wondering what’s next. Will the altMBA help me answer that question? How can I justify spending so much on a workshop when I'm a one-person team? What’s the ROI for a freelancer?
The altMBA founder Seth Godin talks about creating change, sprinting, tension, decision-making, and doing work that matters. This is a recording of a live webinar on May 10, 2017.
When do you know it’s time to sprint? What does it mean to see differently? Is Linchpin a generic manual for the altMBA? How do you embrace tension in your work? Would you recommend this course for a CFO? When you make a project, how do you know the difference between honest critical feedback and non believers of your idea?
Our altMBA founder, Seth Godin, answers questions during a live Ask Me Anything About the altMBA (AMAAA) session.
Is the altMBA helpful for people seeking a career change? If I want to start my own business, would the altMBA be a good program to sharpen my ideas? What is the ultimate purpose of the alumni network? Are the projects self-directed?
We catch up with altMBA alumni from Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft about how the altMBA helped them level up and do work that matters.
What made you take the leap to apply? How does the altMBA affect your schedule? Balancing work, family, and the altMBA. How have you changed since the altMBA? What’s an example of something you approached differently because of something you learned in the workshop? Was there anything unexpected or surprising about the workshop? How would you describe the altMBA community? What did you learn about yourself? What's the biggest benefit that you got from participating? What was it like working on projects with different groups each week? What’s your biggest takeaway from the workshop? What is a change that has lasted since you graduated from the program?
Wes Kao talks with three alumni about their experiences during altMBA. Katelynne Katona, Kaci Lambe, and Ian Scott answer questions from prospective students and reflect on how they changed during the altMBA.
How do you manage the altMBA on top of a busy full-time job? What's the biggest benefit you got from participating? How did the altMBA change your relationship with feedback? What were the one or two things you had to unlearn as a result of the program?
The program dates:
April 20 – May 20, 2020
Note: The Regular Decision deadline for the April/May 2020 session is Tuesday, March 10th.
The application takes about 9 minutes to complete.