The program is fast paced, dynamic, and practical, combining interactive lectures and discussions with case studies, planning exercises, and other group work.
The primary goal of this program is to provide a stimulating learning opportunity for participants to: Evaluate how they currently think in competitive environments, Determine what they do well, and Identify potential areas of thinking where improvement is possible. Upon completion of the program, all participants will return to their organizations with a personalized agenda for change.
The program for senior non-technical executives to explore these important management issues. Introduced the latest thinking and techniques for aligning IT with business strategy and leveraging IT to transform business processes. This is not a program for technical managers. Rather, it has been designed to provide senior executives like you with a strategic perspective on information technology and to bring you up to speed on current issues in managing the IT function.
The ability to create, understand, and work with financial reports is critical to success in business. Financial Analysis and Reporting for Non-Financial Managers develops competencies in the essential elements of financial reporting, including managerial and financial accounting. Course topics
are essential for managers in all functional areas, including marketing,finance, human resources, operations, and investor relations.
How to drive change in the workplace by applying actions that address employee doubts Applying the concepts of manager vs. leader roles How to identify and assess your personal behavioral preferences Promoting organizational vision and values through ethical leadership behaviors Forming “virtual partnerships” in the work environment Performing a situation analysis of various work units to align the organization Applying leadership concepts in a simulated business case Develop plan for action