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April 19, 2021

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Wisconsin School of Business
Financial data is the universal language of business. Quarterly results, cost drivers, cash flow, liquid assets, net profits—these are terms that reveal key issues facing your company. Learn what these concepts really mean and how you can use them to persuade your colleagues and better understand...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Madison, Wisconsin, United States
2,295 USD
4 more dates
The Wharton School
Private equity is a critically important asset that investors cannot afford to exclude from their portfolios. With its potential for high returns that can outperform other asset classes, such as conventional stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, private equity offers a competitive edge to...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
11,350 USD
1 more date
The Wharton School
The Executive Negotiation Workshop: Negotiate with Confidence is in a class by itself within the category of negotiations seminars. It will provide you with individualized, personality-based insights as well as a detailed map of the hidden psychology underlying negotiation moves and tactics. You...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
11,845 USD
2 more dates
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...
Apr 19—Jul 2, 2021
28 days in Fontainebleau, France
34,708 USD
4 more dates
Kellogg School of Management
Driving profitable growth in the new B2B environment Guided by senior members of Kellogg’s marketing faculty — experts in the unique challenges of business-to-business marketing — you’ll gain exposure to their leading-edge thinking on successful business practices and explore in depth the...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Cook County, Illinois, United States
10,850 USD
1 more date
The Wharton School
Today's leaders face continued pressure to sustain competitive advantage while also pursuing new initiatives. Options for growth have always included innovation, consolidation, and geographical expansion, or diversifying into new businesses. However, with disruptive shifts in the external and...
Apr 19—22, 2021
4 days in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
9,375 USD
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Schulich Executive Learning Centre
Tackle everyday business challenges, critically analyze problems and generate breakthrough solutions to the toughest organizational issues. This critical thinking training provides rapid, intuitive tools that enable executives to quickly cut to the heart of strategic and organizational...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2,016 USD
2 more dates
McGill Executive institute
As businesses get more conscious of their potential to positively impact society (ex. Triple Bottom Line, CSR, B Corp, Conscious Capitalism), a new leadership paradigm is emerging. This new paradigm challenges leaders to be values-driven with a commitment to integrity, trust and genuine caring....
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1,907 USD
1 more date
Management Concepts
Leasing specialists have to master the fundamental concepts involved in the leasing process to ensure they get the best value for their agency. You will participate in highly interactive, hands-on exercises using a lease acquisition case study that simulates the entire lease acquisition...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,249 USD
14 more dates
Management Concepts
The FAC-P/PM IT Core-Plus specialization program addresses the specialized knowledge and abilities unique to IT project areas. You will focus on technical performance outcomes and satisfy competencies related to IT Infrastructure & Architectural Design. Learn these skills and techniques through...
Apr 19—22, 2021
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
2,139 USD
9 more dates
Management Concepts
Federal managers are required to continuously assess and report on the status of internal control, an integral part of financial management, to comply with laws and regulations. Build on your knowledge of internal control by understanding how programs and processes should be designed and...
Apr 19—22, 2021
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,139 USD
34 more dates
Management Concepts
Federal personnel who award and manage grants and cooperative agreements need a complete understanding of the Federal grants lifecycle. This includes recognizing the legal basis for issuing Federal financial assistance and all the responsibilities that come with it. From preaward through...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Denver, Colorado, United States
1,019 USD
48 more dates
Management Concepts
The acquisition of goods and services with Federal money requires diligence and business acumen. You will be able to conduct acquisitions for your organization with confidence with a better understanding of price and cost analyses in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). This...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Denver, Colorado, United States
1,269 USD
7 more dates
Management Concepts
Federal leasing skills are specialized—but may not be used every day. Your skills may diminish over time and lead to less effective execution of the process; this is common with members of the Federal leasing community. With an opportunity to review current leasing forms and procedures, you will...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Tysons, Virginia, United States
1,269 USD
5 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...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Grant recipients are charged with meeting complex fiscal obligations throughout the grant lifecycle. You will gain experience identifying financial requirements for Federal awards, preparing financial reports, and conducting desk reviews. This is an elective course in the Pass-Through and...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Management Concepts
Federal agencies are faced with tight economic conditions, shifting priorities, and public demand to deliver results. Program managers must not only manage multiple projects, but also ensure that those projects align with agency goals—all while maximizing performance and minimizing risk. You will...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,729 USD
16 more dates
Management Concepts
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that billions in Federal grant awards are subject to waste, fraud, and abuse. Grant recipients and other grants personnel must be vigilant in detecting and preventing fraud in grant administration. You will gain an understanding of potential...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Senior grants managers need to know when, what, and how to apply indirect cost (IDC) rates to Federal grant expenditures – and that it’s rarely a simple calculation. Others need to assess if IDC are applied consistently and accurately from the transactional to programmatic level. This one-day...
Apr 19, 2021
1 day in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Contracting for construction comes with its own set of guidelines and approaches. Personnel responsible for construction contracting must understand the nuances of the construction acquisition and contracting phases to successfully obtain goods and services. You will gain the knowledge and skills...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,269 USD
23 more dates
Management Concepts
Producing accurate and timely Federal financial statements is the basic function of Federal financial personnel. But to successfully accomplish that task, staff must understand the accounting practices that support this important activity. You will gain an understanding of how to generate...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Federal employees responsible for the administrative distribution of funds for their organization must understand the laws and procedures that guide the process. Implementing the policies outlined in Office of Managment and Budget (OMB) Circular A-11 and other relevant execution references...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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...
Apr 19—22, 2021
4 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,139 USD
27 more dates
Management Concepts
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and agency policies encourage organizations to employ performance-based acquisition (PBA) methods. However, there are unique considerations surrounding PBAs, including standards of quality and methods of surveillance. You will learn the comprehensive...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,269 USD
19 more dates
Management Concepts
Gaining a deep understanding and insight into Federal budgeting and accounting is challenging for accountants and budgeteers alike. Eliminate your insecurities about the requirements of Federal budgeting and accounting with an introduction to these functions, as well as their integration into the...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Reactionary, short-term thinking limits an individual’s—and an organization’s—growth and success. When you consider the larger picture, you gain a valuable perspective that enables you to make decisions to address immediate needs and achieve long-term success. You will identify characteristics of...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Management Concepts
Once a Federal agency has determined a specific business need, it must initiate a project to satisfy that need. But how can a project manager align that project with the project management principles that support it? Learn foundational concepts such as cost estimating, earned value management...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,689 USD
7 more dates
Management Concepts
The tradeoff approach, one of the most flexible—yet most complex—source selection approaches, is designed to yield a best value acquisition. However, many members of the acquisition community aren't sure when and how to appropriately use this approach. You will practice the strategy of achieving...
Apr 19—20, 2021
2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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...
Apr 19—21, 2021
3 days in Denver, Colorado, United States

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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...
Apr 19—23, 2021
Online course
1,269 USD
83 more dates
Management Concepts
Position classification focuses the duties of employees so they can maximize their success as an individual and in teams. Effective position classification helps accomplish the agency’s mission as organizations adapt to meet changing requirements. You will explore different classification...
Apr 19—21, 2021
Online course
1,059 USD
17 more dates
Management Concepts
Customer service has always been an integral part of business or agency mission, but social media has made the customer experience more easily shared with and visible to everyone. Recognizing and interpreting customer concerns at all levels of the organization will help you address issues before...
Apr 19—20, 2021
Online course
Management Concepts
Successful planning for mission-critical contracts requires understanding customer’s requirements and the contracting environment. You will learn how to use the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), conduct effective market research, develop alternative acquisition strategies, and identify how...
Apr 19—20, 2021
Online course
Management Concepts
Optimal decision-making requires trade-off analysis; justification of the allocation of scarce financial resources to attain performance goals; and evaluation of policies for organizational benefit. This process can be daunting if your actions aren’t rooted in empirical evidence. Cost-benefit...
Apr 19—21, 2021
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