About SCIM

The Sedona College of International Management draws from years of experience in finding, preserving and translating ancient classics into a modern form that can be put to practical use in everyday business and personal life.

SCIM Administrators network regularly with international entrepreneurs from over 20 countries to develop revolutionary ideas and methods for leadership and personal success, which come from some of the greatest literature in history. The Global network of SCIM partners holds an annual Innovation Summit at the Sedona Headquarters, where leaders from the business, government and private sectors can discuss cutting-edge research and products, share strategies and inspirations, and collaborate on new businesses and emerging industries.

 

 

 

East-West Collaborative

 

Academic Sessions

 

SCIM Administrators network regularly with international entrepreneurs from over 20 countries to develop revolutionary ideas and methods for leadership and personal success, which come from some of the greatest literature in history. The Global network of SCIM partners holds an annual Innovation Summit at the Sedona Headquarters, where leaders from the business, government and private sectors can discuss cutting-edge research and products, share strategies and inspirations, and collaborate on new businesses and emerging industries.

The SCIM Academic Sessions are designed for 10 days, five times per year. They are restricted to small groups and intensive learning, for example for 30 students at a time. Our three-day Global Innovation Summit in early November 2016 opened the College with a series of programs and a gala dinner, and was attended by about 100 executives from Germany, Argentina, France, Russia, China, the United States and Canada.

 

 

 

Community Involvement

 

SCIM has already invested over $2 million dollars in the local economy by renovating an office building that was left unused in the Village of Oak Creek for about five years. The college is a registered for-profit entity, and will pay all local property and sales taxes.

Research and Development

 

The college will have a strong emphasis on research activities. For example, we are the new home of the Asian Classics Input Project, which was started at Princeton University in 1987 and will now have its headquarters at the college. ACIP has located and preserved over 20,000 ancient books all over the world and digitalized them, then put them up for free in its ACIP Online Library. Our building will also house the home offices of the DCI Management Institute, which offers business and self-improvement seminars to 20,000 people annually in 21 countries of the world.