Carey Business School (JHU)
Sep 12, 2017 [One Day]
A whirlwind tour through the basics of launching and managing a private medical/dental practice. This course provides a broad overview encompassing many of the major business and finance tasks and challenges required during the planning, launch and ongoing management phases of a medical practice.
Sep 25, 2017 to Sep 27, 2017
The interpretation of financial information (financial statement analysis) and the process of choosing between competing investment opportunities (capital budgeting) are fundamental facets of managerial decision-making. These two components are presented in an integrated way which is intended to highlight their conceptual relation and their complementary role in the context of effective managerial decision-making. Choosing the best investment requires careful analysis- of where your organization has been and where it is going.
Oct 02, 2017 to Oct 03, 2017
Conflicts are an unavoidable feature of organizational life. When handled poorly, they may fester or explode, but they will not disappear. When handled well, conflict can unify organizations, promote strategic change, and unlock human potential.
Oct 11, 2017 to Oct 12, 2017
Every time we speak in public, we have the opportunity to lead. Our goal is to lead the audience toward a particular objective and underscore the need for action. To demonstrate our ability to lead, however, we must make a strong first impression and deliver our ideas with poise and power.
Oct 23, 2017 to Oct 25, 2017
Today’s leaders embrace Design Thinking as an essential tool for innovative thinking. For professionals who are eager to take their human-centered design skills to the next level, we are pleased to offer Advanced Design Thinking. Participants in this course will further develop their abilities to research, ideate, prototype, and test – this time utilizing their collective efforts for a more intensive design challenge. Teams learn improvisational techniques for idea generation, observational research, and rapid prototyping, along with participating in robust discussions on team synthesis and creative abrasion. This seminar will take you out of the classroom and immerse you in the world of creative and experiential learning. Through Advanced Design Thinking, leaders can further unlock their creative potential and the potential of their teams.
Rotman School of Management (U of T)
[No dates specified]
Jointly developed with Odgers Berndtson, this program will help you develop the intellectual and emotional agility, decisionmaking, problem-solving and communications skills required for success in a critical leadership role.
Equip yourself with a foundation in data literacy to help you to understand, interpret and ultimately influence data analysis.
Rutgers Business School (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey)
Sep 06, 2017 [One Day]
Today's rapidly advancing technologies are transforming the business landscape in a way that requires a shift in the marketing paradigm. From newly empowered and super-informed consumers to expanding media channels and networks, firms need to reexamine their business models and proactively seek ways to stay ahead of the competition.\n\nThis ten-module certificate program, taught by a team of top industry experts, will present a new business model for push and pull marketing. Through case studies, interactive sessions, and class exercises, participants will learn about the latest research and best practices in the industry. \n\n \n\nProgram Format\n\nThe Online Mini-MBA: Digital Marketing is completely self-paced and 100% online. It is hosted in an easy-to-use Rutgers online learning system. The course duration is 12 weeks. There are 10 learning modules, including the Capstone project. Each module contains videos that can be viewed at your convenience, as well as exercises, quizzes, and recommended readings. At the end of the course you will submit a final exam and a Capstone project. Through our integrated online discussion board, the respective faculty member for each module will be available to answer any questions you might have. Each faculty member also holds a Virtual Office Hour, to offer further insights and answer questions. Every learner is different, but generally it takes approximately 35-40 hours to complete the entire program. \n\n \n\nProgram Benefits\n\nThis Mini-MBA certificate program will allow you to evaluate digital marketing strategies and provide a solid grasp of the core concepts and tools of digital marketing management. \n\n \n\n\n\nIn this spirit of transformation, we have incorporated cutting-edge digital technology into our teaching approach for this program: supplying all participants with their own Apple® iPad™ and leveraging a proprietary mobile application to deliver the course content.\n\n \n\nCost\n\n$3,995 per program.\n\nThis program has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Labor for workforce training grants. Funding may be available for those receiving unemployment benefits. Contact us for more information.\n\nThis program has been approved by the State Approving Agency and the Veterans Administration. Funding may be available for those eligible to receive GI Bill educational benefits.\n\n
Sep 08, 2017 [One Day]
Recent and upcoming pharmaceutical innovation has radically improved the quality of our lives. As the Pharmaceutical industry grows and develops, it gains complexity and faces a wide variety of challenges. Scientists, regulators, business managers, sales representatives, marketers, and IT and legal professionals all need a broad understanding of the industry in order to drive organizational and personal success. The Rutgers Online MiniMBA: BioPharma Innovation will provide you with a solid understanding of the business models and vision required in today’s complex landscape. The curriculum focuses on building business skills tailored specifically to the needs of the Biotech and Pharma industries, while enabling participants to consider strategies promoting sustainable revenue growth, stakeholder cooperation, and cost management. The Capstone project provides an opportunity to synthesize all of your learning in a structured, real-world assignment.
Robin School of Business (University of Richmond)
Sep 11, 2017 to Dec 11, 2017
The Mini-MBA is an intensive 14-week program that provides a practical foundation in current business practices through interactive class sessions, case studies and other readings, and problem-solving exercises. Once a week classes are taught by the same faculty who teach in Richmond’s MBA program, making it ideal for professionals wanting to broaden their business acumen and enhance their career potential.
Students have appreciated the relevance of these classes to their jobs, and find them immediately applicable to day-to-day management and informed decision-making.
Past participants have high praise for their classmates who are similarly motivated and from a large variety of industries and organizations. They highly value the growth of their professional network with classmates and instructors.
Individual courses include marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, operations, strategy, leadership, economics, project management and negotiations.
Who Should Attend?
- Experienced professionals wanting to update or broaden their business knowledge and skills.
- Individuals looking to master the language of business and gain greater perspective on how organizations succeed.
- Non-business majors wanting to understand business fundamentals in order to work more effectively with senior management or transition into management roles.
- Individuals considering a graduate degree and interested in obtaining an overview of MBA fundamentals.
What Will You Gain?
- Comprehensive understanding of the key business concepts
- A framework for making better strategic business decisions
- Increased ability to think critically and act strategically
- Increased confidence in your ability to speak up in meetings
- Access to a wider network of professionals
The Mini MBA is a non-credit program and does not provide any transferable credits. Students are not required to have an undergraduate degree. To get the most value from the program, students should have at least five years of work experience.
January 25, 2016 through April 25, 2016
Mondays: 6:00 - 10:00 pm