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May 2, 2020

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Stanford Continuing Studies
Women Talk Design—a group focused on bringing a more diverse group of speakers on stage—found that women are more likely to say “no” when invited to speak and less likely to speak up at conference events. The people we see on stage are the people whose ideas we hear, and the ones we view as...
May 2—16, 2020
2 days in Stanford, California, United States
395 USD
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Stanford Continuing Studies
Nothing rivals the power of a speech: to transform an idea into action, to chart a new and clear course, to contain a crisis, or to define a debate. But how do you write a compelling speech—either for yourself or on behalf of someone else? How do you express a vision and advance a goal in a way...
May 2, 2020
1 day in Stanford, California, United States
205 USD
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Center for Technology and Management Education
The Systems Engineering Certificate Program provides the key skills and knowledge essential for successful systems engineering in today’s fast-paced environment. The 40 to 56-hour curriculum is designed to meet the evolving needs of industry. The program focuses on practical methods and tools for...
May 2—Jul 11, 2020
5 days in Pasadena, California, United States
2,850 USD
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Stanford Continuing Studies
Most people don’t have the expertise or desire to do their own financial and investment planning, so they may find it helpful to hire a financial advisor. But how do you know if you have selected the right one? Or if they are doing a great job? With many personal financial advisor options...
May 2, 2020
1 day in Stanford, California, United States
345 USD
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London College of Fashion
Covering type, layout and branding, this course will help you build your graphic design work into an impactful portfolio for further study. Based upon LCC’s extensive expertise in graphic design education it covers graphic context and practice, and the application of one to the other. It is...
May 2—30, 2020
5 days in London, United Kingdom
Stanford Continuing Studies
Product managers all know about MVP (minimum viable product). While MVP has helped companies focus on validating the riskiest assumptions, this approach has notable downsides, the most significant one being that “alpha” or “beta” versions of products often don’t engage users, or create enough...
May 2—3, 2020
2 days in Stanford, California, United States
540 USD
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Stanford Continuing Studies
This dynamic workshop will help improve the way you communicate by focusing on the nonverbal aspects of communication as you deliver a presentation or make a speech. Nonverbal communication can reinforce what you say, but when not used effectively, it can weaken your message. The workshop will...
May 2, 2020
1 day in Stanford, California, United States
335 USD
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Center for Technology and Management Education
Success in business depends largely on making faster and more accurate decisions to solve complicated problems. That speed and accuracy can hinge upon the ability to apply analytics to plumb data for meaningful patterns and predict future trends. For large sets of data associated with customers,...
May 2—18, 2020
3 days in Pasadena, California, United States
1,710 USD
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Stanford Continuing Studies
The age of artificial intelligence (AI) is undoubtedly here. In 2015 alone, more than $10 billion of investment went into developing “smarter” computer systems that use neuroscience (artificial neural networks and computational techniques) to perform tasks that require high-level intellect,...
May 2, 2020
1 day in Stanford, California, United States
250 USD
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