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Transportation and Logistics courses in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Short executive courses on Transportation and Logistics

MCE:
5-Day Mini MBA
Boost your career and become a great “all-round manager” with the 5-Day Mini MBA of Management Centre Europe (MCE) Get equipped with practical operational and managerial skills that will support the development of your management career. This management training course combines proven-by-practice...
5 days
4677 USD
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Amsterdam Institute of Finance:
Competitive Strategy in a Digitizing World
This program is eligible for 18 CE credit hours as granted by CFA Society VBA Netherlands The digitizing economy has been making many firms and their managers obsolete, but it is also creating unprecedented opportunities for firms that master the new competitive dynamics of digital platforms,...
3 days
4263 USD
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Amsterdam Institute of Finance:
Managing Corporate Turnarounds
Companies end up in financial distress for a variety of reasons and in different degrees of severity, ranging from ‘plain loss’ of shareholder value to liquidity crisis and (eventually) bankruptcy. Management and/or turnaround professionals – at any point along the path of decline – try to avoid...
3 days
4381 USD
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MCE:
Negotiating to win
Are you ready to negotiate a win-win strategy? How can you prepare for your next negotiations? Should you always negotiate? Get the skills, insights and competencies to conduct negotiations successfully at every level. Learn to prepare your next negotiations, develop alternative solutions and...
3 days
3493 USD
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MCE:
5-Day Mini MBA for the Chemical Industry
The chemical industry is increasingly faced with new competition, stricter regulations, and stakeholder pressure around societal and environmental issues. As a manager, how do you respond to these challenges? What skills and competencies you need to face and respond quickly to the ever-changing...
5 days
4677 USD
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MCE:
Key Account Management in B2B Markets
In many companies 80% of sales is coming from 20% of the customers. However, are they contributing 80% of the profits? If not, a Key Account Management (KAM) approach may well be the only solution to solve this dilemma. KAM is not a sophisticated sales technique; it is an integrated company...
3 days
4085 USD
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Continuing studies:
399 USD
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Thunderbird School of Global Management:
2970 USD
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Kellogg School of Management:
5550 USD
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Courses under 4500 USD

Amsterdam Institute of Finance:
3 days
4263 USD
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Amsterdam Institute of Finance:
3 days
4381 USD
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MCE:
3 days
3493 USD
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