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Kellogg School of Management
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has moved into the mainstream of business, driven by advances in cloud computing, big data, open source software, and improved algorithms. As AI technologies impact how we work, live, and manage businesses, organizational leaders, innovators, and investors are looking...
Jun 24—Aug 26, 2021
Harvard Kennedy School
Jul 12—16, 2021
Center for Technology and Management Education
This course focuses on strategies and techniques using agile principles to managing project suppliers and supply chains, including general procurement, subcontracts, and vendors. You will examine the entire acquisition lifecycle, from the development of executable requirements, specifications,...
Jul 19—Aug 15, 2021
The Wharton School
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic slowdown have wreaked havoc on supply chains worldwide. As businesses cautiously reopen or ramp up operations, there remain countless unknowns about the economy, and the potential for a second wave of the virus to further disrupt the global supply...
Oct 4—8, 2021
Cybersecurity extends to all companies directly involved in delivery of products, services, and solutions to the Federal government, and through all tiers of the global supply chain. Lower levels of the supply chain are a huge risk to prime contractors and the government. Smaller companies often...
May 24—25, 2022
INSEAD Business School
All too often, in the daily pressure of achieving short-term financial results, managers lose sight of long-term goals, especially in today’s challenging economic climate. The key to ensuring that companies remain on track to reach these goals is the existence of a clear and focused business...
Sep 27—Oct 1, 2021
McGill Executive institute
This practical and highly interactive program advances through the major disciplines of management in greater depth and with a strategic perspective. The “learning by doing” format includes a realistic business simulation enabling you to respond concretely to complex management decisions and take...
Sep 14—Oct 29, 2021
INSEAD Business School
The changing nature of governance in the global business economy means today’s directors and their boards must rethink the way they view and address strategy. Strategy has become a greater concern for boards, thanks largely to its close link to competitiveness and sustainability – both of which...
Jul 5—10, 2021
London College of Fashion
This online strategy course will introduce you to the new business models that are disrupting and transforming the fashion industry – essential information for fashion leaders and entrepreneurs who wish to broaden their knowledge of how they can successfully integrate technology into their...
Sep 8—29, 2021
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Corporate Governance is the system by which organizations are directed and controlled. It involves regulatory and market mechanisms, the relationships between an entity’s management, its board, its shareholders and other stakeholders, as well as the goals for which the entity is governed....
Sep 1, 2021—Feb 28, 2022