The traditional operational role of human resources leaders has seen a dramatic shift in the last decade. More and more organisations have identified HR as a key business unit that has significant implications for achieving corporate objectives. Senior HR executives are expected to create substantial contributions to the strategic decision-making process. As a result, they must first develop credibility and then demonstrate the required capabilities by having a firm grasp of the key concepts, models and language of business and strategy.
Content marketing is still a relatively new practice, but its use has exploded and evolved incredibly rapidly. This proliferation has also ushered in an age of “content shock”, making content marketing as challenging as it is valuable. Creating content for content’s sake should not be the objective; rather, the goal is to invite prospects and customers into your brand story through relevant and engaging forms of content. This, in turn, requires a blend of both creativity (art) and data-driven action (science).
London Business School’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of Change is a superb place to acquire skills that are part-and-parcel of a successful leader's portfolio of strategic tools. This intensive short course demonstrates how, in the age of change, opportunities beckon potential entrepreneurs to start new businesses and challenge executives and senior managers to transform existing ones. Entrepreneurial, innovative leaders are in demand across the professional spectrum and within multiple organisational contexts.
Formerly "Developing a New Generation of Energy Leaders: Strategic Financial Skills," this intensive three and a half day programme uses a hands-on approach to help you understand and master the energy sector's financial essentials. Your instructors are all Cox faculty with significant experience in executive development, consulting and financial management.
This programme is designed to give the participants a basic understanding of the application of the same. Through this programme, participants will be acquainted with the fundamentals of appropriate psychological assessment methods and will be able to apply them in their organizations for high performance.
This two-day course is designed to provide you with optimal ways to learn about, plan for, manage, and foster diversity in organizations. We explore the data and analyse the business case for diversity and evaluate strategies to recruit and retain future and diverse talent. This active-learning course relies on the latest empirical research and provides practical skills for managing tomorrow's workforce.
Taught by both faculty from USC Marshall School of Business and relevant Food Industry "Subject Matter Experts," this innovative programme will enhance the participant's business mind-set while providing key knowledge and the latest strategic tools. Be inspired and learn to inspire.
In the business of entertainment, digital technologies are dramatically disrupting how products are developed and managed and how talent connects with audiences. Entertainment executives are challenged to effectively allocate limited resources—both human and financial—across a seemingly infinite array of opportunities.
At IBM, we are in the business of making the world better — partnering with the world’s leading enterprises to develop game-changing solutions and deliver results. At IBM you can build a rewarding career for yourself, while you make a difference in the world around you.
Warehouses play a critical role in matching product demand with supply across different echelons in the supply chain. No supply chain design and management is adequate without deciding the location, design, and management of warehouses. Today warehouses operate not only as centres for storage but also as centres for value-addition. Several warehouses have assembly, packaging, and repair facilities made available within its premises.
In order to adapt and thrive, organizations need leaders who can think strategically and harness each wave of digital change to create new value for customers and new opportunities for their business.
Venture Capital, a new programme from Wharton Executive Education, will lift the veil on one of the most exciting and perhaps least transparent areas in finance. Designed for investors and entrepreneurs alike, participants will come away with a greater understanding of how venture capital works; how the best venture capitalists source, screen, and value deals; and how to design contracts that protect both investors and founders.
Understand Bitcoin at a grassroots level, and get involved with Bitcoin through the path of least resistance at Udemy University. Bitcoin For Beginners: Your Quick Start Guide To Bitcoin, is the most practical and beginner friendly Bitcoin course you’ll find on the web today, discussing Bitcoin with no jargon.
The workforce is evolving. As a leader in your organization, engaging and collaborating with millennials has become critical for both your company's and your personal success.
#ManagingMillennials: Unleash the Power of Millennials, Berkeley Executive Education, the 2-day program, will give you the tools to communicate effectively with Millennials, manage conflict within a diverse work environment, and promote a positive work culture.
We take for granted the importance of IQ in our working day, it’s a given, it’s a door opener to leadership and career success. However, EQ or EI is increasingly the differentiator in those leaders who excel. Emotional Intelligence is defined as:
"A set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way.”