The Certificate in Business Management is designed for working professionals who want a cross-functional understanding of successful business operations. This course provides foundational business principles to broaden your professional skills and help you think and lead strategically within your division or across the organization. You will be introduced to five core topics associated with an MBA degree and will learn the "how" and "why" of business operations. You will leave with key concepts, tools, and techniques to help develop sustainable business strategies for your organization.
A full day will be devoted to each topic. Participants may register for daily sessions rather than the entire week. A certificate will only be awarded if the entire week is completed.
Dates and Times:
October 23 -27, 2017, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm ET, Continental breakfast served daily at 7:30 am.
Center for Corporate Education | William & Mary | Raymond A. Mason School of Business, 101 Ukrop Way, Suite 2002, Williamsburg, VA 23185
$3750* - all five sessions, certificate awarded
$850* - individual daily sessions, no certificate awarded (see Content section for the topics of the daily sessions).
*Preferred pricing available if 3 or more register from same organization.
Price includes: course materials, continental breakfast, lunch, beverage service, snacks, and parking, CEUs available on request.
October 12, 2017
This course will focus on the following topics:
The Certificate in Business Management provides an overview of key topics required to enhance business competencies and successfully tackle business challenges. By completing this program you will:
Who Should Attend
No prior business skills or experience is necessary.
Associate Dean, MBA & Executive Programs, Communication
For over 20 years, Dr. White has helped numerous Fortune 500 companies and professionals improve their tactical and strategic communication skills. Prior to working in higher education he was an award-winning sports anchor.
Associate Professor, Accounting
After working as an auditor for KPMG and earning her Ph.D., Dr. Petrovits returned to her alma mater to teach in the graduate programs at the Mason School. Her research focuses on financial reporting and disclosure in both corporate and not-for-profit organizations.
Associate Professor of Strategic Management and International Business
In addition to teaching Professor Allred's research interests include global competitive strategy and organization structure, the impact of national context on firm strategic focus and performance, and the management of technology and innovation.
Professor, Operations and Information Technology
Professor Ganeshan's interest and expertise are in helping businesses transition to smart and sustainable operations. His research and consulting are in the areas of supply chain management, digital technologies, and logistics strategy.
Clinical Lecturer, Leadership and Marketing
Professor Williams brings valuable executive leadership experience to the classroom from his years as VP of Marketing and Communication with Dupont, VP of Public Affairs for SanDiego Gas and Electric, and SVP of Marketing for Sharp Healthcare in SanDiego.
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