Columbia Business School
Family enterprises are the oldest and most common form of business. Yet in today’s fast-changing, volatile, and global business environment, enterprising families face unique challenges that are often complicated by factors specific to their structure and to families’ traditions, cultures, and...
Dec 2—4, 2020
3 days in New York, New York, United States
Stanford Continuing Studies
We live in the era of social media. It’s not just today’s teenagers who spend hours on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube; it’s adults as well. Not surprisingly, businesses and nonprofits know that they must master the art of social media marketing to reach their customers and stakeholders. But...
Jul 27—Aug 28, 2020
Oxford Management Centre
No organisation will say it is against continuous improvement of its processes. But how can such good intentions be turned into practical actions? Six Sigma is probably the most popular and widely used approach to operations business improvement today. A Six Sigma project seeks to identify and...
Dec 20—24, 2020
5 days in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Kellogg School of Management
For experienced nonprofit leaders and executives responsible for leading change initiatives, large or small, in their nonprofit organizations, this program focuses on developing the skills essential in preparing for and leading change. In this program, you will explore processes necessary to...
Jan 26—27, 2021
2 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Strathmore Business School
Successful organizations have a solid grant management program that starts long before any grant is awarded. Grant management includes strategic planning, efficient grant design, program development and effective tracking, and having sufficient resources to smoothly manage the process. Grants...
Jul 27—31, 2020
5 days in Nairobi, Kenya
Sauder School of Business
Foster the flexibility needed to lead in challenging times The global pandemic and its economic impacts are creating profound challenges for public sector leaders. The ever-shifting conditions often require them to turn on a dime, in order to minimize dire outcomes and cultivate new...
Jul 16—Aug 13, 2020
Mendoza College of Business
Learn the skills necessary for raising funds for your nonprofit organization through effective grant proposal writing and fundraising development plans. This highly interactive professional development series will provide you the knowledge to: Develop foundational business skills to drive...
Aug 1, 2020—Jan 16, 2021
Maastricht School of Management
Contributing to economic and social development The Corporate Social Responsibility program mainly targets participants from non-European countries and/or NGOs who are active in these countries. In a globalized world, companies are increasingly confronted with ethical norms and values that...
Dec 7—11, 2020
5 days in Maastricht, Netherlands
The London School of Economics and Political Science
An exploration of the policy challenges and solutions facing developing countries aiming to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth. Why are some countries rich and others poor? Why are some governed well and others badly? Why are some cohesive and others conflicted? Gain a deeper...
Sep 7—11, 2020
5 days in London, United Kingdom
Executive Development Center
This online course will provide the training required to certify an individual to Six Sigma Black Belt status. The successful completion of a work project reviewed by our Six Sigma Black Belt team will result in certification. Bryant University Green Belt Certificate program, or equivalent...