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London Business School
Get what you need to succeed and shape your company’s future as a leader at the top level in your organisation. Set your strategic direction for the future Get the tools to drive change, establish sustained competitive advantage and prepare for the future in the ever-evolving global...
Mar 1—May 28, 2021
24 days in London, United Kingdom
44,666 USD
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Center for Creative Leadership
Leading for Organizational Impact: The Looking Glass Experience provides insight into leading within an organization. When leaders of departments and divisions see challenges and opportunities through the eyes of others, it impacts their individual expertise. A narrow focus is useful in the...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Singapore
7,948 USD
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INSEAD Business School
Comprehensive Leadership Development in a Disruptive Age The Transition to General Management programme is our four-week, flagship general-management-level programme – exclusively designed to equip you with all the skills and knowledge needed for your transition to general management. Using...
Mar 1—May 28, 2021
28 days in Fontainebleau, France
35,284 USD
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The Wharton School
With financial factors of risk and value underpinning every business decision today, the days of finance operating as a stand-alone corporate function are long gone. Yet senior-level executives from non-finance areas such as legal, operations, engineering, and sales and marketing often lack the...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
11,280 USD
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Schulich Executive Learning Centre
Divided into three modules over five days, this executive program strengthens your expertise on the basic elements of organization structure and strategy, and delivers insight on the fundamentals of value and your value proposition. You’ll develop the ability to lead strategic agility and create...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
3,161 USD
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Nyenrode Business University
The main challenge that technology, innovation and marketing professionals face is how to support the business by analyzing the above uncertainties to be able to create value for the customer in a way that creates value for the organization. One important challenge for those professionals is to...
Mar 1—May 31, 2021
7 days in Breukelen, Netherlands
7,051 USD
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Wisconsin School of Business
As your leadership responsibilities expand, so does your need to understand the impact of every decision on the strategic and financial goals of your organization. That's why business acumen—an intuitive sense of how the moving parts of a company work together to create profit —is...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Madison, Wisconsin, United States
2,495 USD
4 more dates
Kellogg School of Management
Driving revenue and profit growth Ever-changing customer needs and buying behavior coupled with increased competition for value superiority are driving senior executives to seek new and innovative go-to-market approaches. In this comprehensive program, our faculty of seasoned practitioners and...
Mar 1—4, 2021
4 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States
8,350 USD
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Kellogg School of Management
Organizational leaders understand that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to massively impact business and are seeking ways to fully leverage AI for analytics, insight, strategy, and growth. Learn from our top research and applied sciences faculty why and how AI, machine learning,...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Cook County, Illinois, United States
7,450 USD
1 more date
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Drive and sustain innovation and operational excellence. Strengthen collaboration with C-suite leaders to translate strategies into actionable plans. Agile. Creative. Innovative. And yes, strategic, too. The demands on today’s chief operating officers have expanded far beyond optimizing...
Mar 1—Jun 11, 2021
6 days in Stanford, California, United States
15,200 USD
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INSEAD Business School
Trends, change, strategy, bottom line – these are just some of the factors that govern and have the power to make or break today’s businesses. With an organisation counting on the decisions that you make, what you need is judgement that is calculated, intelligent and relevant. Our Advanced...
Mar 1—26, 2021
20 days in Singapore
41,147 USD
3 more dates
TUM School of Management
What to expect in this specific seminar: Marketing, law and business ethics: Interrelation of the topics. Dilemmas and ethical problems: Legal frameworks and ethical dilemmas when offering products or services in a market. Stakeholders in Marketing: Bringing together different views,...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in St. Gallen, Switzerland
3,528 USD
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Center for Creative Leadership
The longest-running program of its kind in the world, the Leadership Development Program (LDP)® is designed for leaders of managers…managers in the middle. It is built around 6 factors vital to the success of managers: influence, communication, thinking and acting systematically, self-awareness,...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in San Diego, California, United States
7,600 USD
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Schulich Executive Learning Centre
Link theory to practice with a hands-on, action-based management skills for new managers. The curriculum guides you through the five fundamental areas of business management. Learn leadership and interpersonal dynamics, the marketing management process, strategic and business planning, the...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
3,374 USD
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The Wharton School
Artificial intelligence and machine learning could be rocket fuel for your business, adding tremendous value to the entire enterprise, but only if you know how to harness and leverage them. With AI and machine learning reshaping the business landscape for numerous industries, there is...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
11,280 USD
1 more date
Harvard Kennedy School
Mar 1—4, 2021
4 days in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
5,450 USD
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Management Concepts
A concrete understanding of contracting principles can yield numerous benefits, even for non-contracting personnel. Build a strong foundation for future contracting work through an introduction to the Federal acquisition process by participating in extensive and relevant simulations. With an...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,269 USD
84 more dates
Management Concepts
The life of a Federal Government real property lease spans 5 to 20 years, often involving millions of dollars. Negotiating a fair price and terms saves time, money, and resources. Gaining the skills and tactics to successfully and lawfully negotiate contracts is a challenge even with knowledge of...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,269 USD
7 more dates
Management Concepts
HR plays a crucial role in managing the Federal workforce and mission results. To that end, Federal HR’s success depends on how well individuals work together. You will gain a comprehensive overview of HR and how it works: processes, tools, and rules and regulations from OPM, Federal agencies,...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,649 USD
25 more dates
Management Concepts
Complex projects require different project management strategies and techniques. By applying proven techniques and best practices in a specific and systematic way, you will learn the strategies needed to meet the unique challenges associated with complex projects. You are introduced to a...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,469 USD
7 more dates
Management Concepts
The Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Uniform Guidance: Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards, (2 CFR 200) is the cornerstone of Federal grants and financial assistance. You will learn when and how these requirements apply to program...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
New Federal acquisition personnel are faced with the daunting responsibility of thoroughly understanding the Federal acquisition process and the various statutes and regulations that govern it. What does the process entail? What are the key roles and responsibilities? How do you navigate the...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
1,269 USD
19 more dates
Management Concepts
Federal project and program managers learn to describe the various contracting requirements in statements of work; concept of operations; and cost, schedule, scope, and support documents to provide planning for the intended procurement of programs or projects. You will examine the three phases of...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,689 USD
6 more dates
Management Concepts
Insight into sound business strategy is critical to problem-solving and decision-making within a mission-critical organization. Developing a strong foundation in data analysis techniques helps lead to this gained insight. You will learn numerous analytical techniques, including data preparation,...
Mar 1—5, 2021
5 days in San Diego, California, United States
1,829 USD
46 more dates
Management Concepts
Government employees often face serious repercussions when Federally-appointed funds are used incorrectly. Complying with appropriations law requirements is a critical component of stewarding Federal funds. By exploring the Government Accountability Office's (GAO's) Principles of Federal...
Mar 1—4, 2021
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,119 USD
75 more dates
Management Concepts
Without proper knowledge in all aspects of agency budget function, Federal personnel are unable to support organizational compliance with laws and regulations such as the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act (GPRAMA). In-depth discussions and practical exercises will provide you...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Many financial management professionals are responsible for complying with legal requirements for government business transactions. With this responsibility comes a need to understand the various aspects of Federal business activities, such as reimbursables, revolving funds, and user charges. You...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Many aspects of the Federal Government function like businesses, including activities involving reimbursables and revolving funds. Federal financial personnel must understand the differences between business operations and activities funded by appropriations, as well as the budget and execution...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Learn to operationalize the principles, methods, and tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring and inspecting costs, work, and contractor performance. This course is verified to meet the requirements for the Federal Acquisition...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,689 USD
5 more dates
Management Concepts
A Federal budget analyst’s inability to properly use Microsoft Excel can lead to poor financial performance. But learning how to effectively navigate Excel can result in more productive analyses and the ability to graphically represent data, aiding in organizational efforts to track expenditures...
Mar 1—4, 2021
4 days in Phoenix, Arizona, United States
1,139 USD
27 more dates
Management Concepts
Internal controls are integral to effective grants management. In order to conduct effective internal controls, grants managers need a foundational knowledge of Government Accountability Office (GAO) standards, risk management, and requirements outlined in 2 CFR 200. You will practice applying...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
What are the essential traits and behaviors of leaders and how can they be honed throughout your career? Skills like engaging, motivating, coaching, and enhancing performance are integral to the success of all leaders. As the first step to seeking out opportunities for growth, you will learn...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,129 USD
37 more dates
Management Concepts
Prospective Certified Government Financial Managers® (CGFM®) need to understand government accounting, financial reporting, and budgeting, as well as their differences from private-sector financial activities. You will gain an understanding of governmental accounting standards, financial...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
The Federal grant application process can be overwhelming. Taking the appropriate planning steps can make the application process easier and more fluid. You will cover the Federal financial assistance process from identifying and qualifying opportunities to submission. You will navigate...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Complex procurements comprise many moving parts. To be successful in contracting, you must first understand how to make business decisions based on proven acquisition strategies.You will learn to plan and execute effective acquisitions that lead to achieving mission objectives. You will examine...
Mar 1—3, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
The planning and management of government performance audits in today’s rapidly changing environment is challenging. Audit managers can overcome this challenge with a focus on Yellow Book guidelines for managing and keeping audits on track. You will learn about modern leadership techniques, how...
Mar 1—2, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Online courses

Nicholas School of the Environment
Writing in environmental fields encompasses many genres, from policy memos to manuals, blog posts to interpretive signs. This course will allow you to refine and reflect on your writing process. For some, the course may serve as a tune-up; for others, a significant remodeling. Program...
Mar 1—31, 2021
Online course
1,075 USD
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Management Concepts
Federal personnel, regardless of their roles, should have a working understanding of Federal financial management processes. You will align your work with your organization’s financial concerns and contribute to its effectiveness armed with this foundational knowledge of Federal laws. You will...
Mar 1—3, 2021
Online course
Management Concepts
Maintain your FAC-COR or DoD-COR Certification in an advanced class facilitated by an expert who can answer your most nuanced questions. Going far beyond just developing COR documentation, you will develop critical thinking, procurement strategy, requirements definition, and contract management...
Mar 1—5, 2021
Online course
1,269 USD
50 more dates
Management Concepts
Without effective project leadership in the Federal environment, projects will likely fail. Project managers must demonstrate creative and innovative leadership that helps to build and maintain high-performing teams to support organizational goals. Explore key leadership skills, learn to manage...
Mar 1—2, 2021
Online course
1,399 USD
8 more dates