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Loyola University Chicago

Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing Certificate


The class will show you how to best capitalize on the use of the Data Warehouse from novice introduction to rapid development. It’s designed with a proven framework and formula for success. The program allows team members of all levels of IS experience to quickly advance in their knowledge and application of the course content. It’s the fastest path from discovery to expertise in BI& DW to advance the company’s broader, cross-functional needs. For more information, click here.
Dates: TBA

Location: Loyola Water Tower campus

Fee: $2,500

Contact Number: 312-915-6761
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Michigan State University




Cost Management for Non-Financial Managers


This one-day program is designed to provide participants with hands-on experience in how to use cost management to achieve superior profit performance. Through the use of lectures, analysis of real-world cases, and exercises the participants will be introduced to and gain an understanding of how costs are managed throughout the value chain. Topics will focus on the use of cost information and cost management practices in product development, in the selection and management of suppliers, to facilitate process design, and in the delivery of products and services to end customers. For more information, click here.
Dates: TBA

Location: Management Education Center, Troy, Michigan or the James B. Henry Center for Executive

Development, Lansing, Michigan



Cost: $995.00 – full tuition (includes materials, meals and certificate of completion)

Contact Number: 517.353.9711 x71005
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Finance for the Non-Financial Manager


This one-day program is designed to provide participants with hands-on experience in how to use and interpret financial data. Through the use of lectures and exercises the participants will be introduced to and gain an understanding of standard techniques of practical financial management. These techniques are then used in a case setting to identify issues and factors to help improve decision-making. For more information, click here.
Dates: October 2, 2013

Location: The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing, Michigan

Cost: $995.00 – full tuition (includes materials, meals and certificate of completion)

Contact Number: 517.353.9711 x71005 or 800.356.5705
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Financial Management for Executives: Driving Value

This two-day program is designed to provide participants a rich understanding of how corporate strategies are linked to the firm's financial value.  Through the use of lectures and case analysis, we will address issues on how to determine the key drivers of value to an enterprise.  We will also investigate the valuation implications of forecasting, risk management, financing choices and growth strategies.  Valuation and performance measurements will be extensively covered. For more information, click here.


Dates: TBA

Location: The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing, Michigan

Cost: $1,995.00 – full tuition (includes materials, meals and certificate of completion)

Contact Number: 517.353.9711 x71005
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Pricing Strategies and Tactics


Studies have shown that pricing is the most critical profit driver in today’s competitive business environment. Yet few firms think systematically about their pricing strategies or acquire the confidence to leverage their pricing strategies to capture maximum value. Value-Added Pricing is a powerful systematic method and framework to increase profitability by identifying and communicating the compelling reasons customers should possess high levels of satisfaction and loyalty. For more information, click here.
Dates: TBA

Location: The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, Lansing, Michigan

Cost: $1,995.00 – full tuition (includes materials, meals and certificate of completion)

Contact Number: 517.353.9711 x71005

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MIT Sloan Business School

Big Data: Making Complex Things Simpler


Today, businesses can measure their activities and customer relationships with unprecedented precision. As a result, they are awash with data. This is particularly evident in the digital economy, where clickstream data give precisely targeted and real-time insights into consumer behavior, but leading edge companies in every industry are using big data to replace intuition and guesswork. For more information, click here.
Dates: Oct 15-16, 2013, April 1-2, 2014

Certificate Track: Management and Leadership

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Developing and Managing a Successful Technology and Product Strategy


A great idea does not guarantee great profits. If a company's R&D dollars are going to pay off in profitable products and technologies, it needs a strategy that not only makes markets, but also beats the competition. This program will present a depth of challenges that extend from R&D to manufacturing, engineering, project management, and new ventures, and provide an innovative and powerful approach to developing technologies and products that people want to buy. The program material will also explore ways to link those technologies and products with a company's business strategy. For more information, click here.
Dates: Oct 23-24, 2013, Mar 11-12, 2014, June 10-11, 2014, Oct 23-24, 2014

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu

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Entrepreneurship Development Program


This program leverages MIT's culture of high-tech entrepreneurship to help entrepreneurs, corporate venturing executives, and others involved in entrepreneurial environments learn what they need to develop ideas into successful businesses, and how to increase entrepreneurial opportunities in their corporations, institutions, and regions. The material will introduce participants to MIT's technology transfer system, entrepreneurial educational programs, and entrepreneurial network. For more information, click here.


Dates: Jan 27-31, 2014

Location: MIT Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $9,900 (price excludes accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Essential IT for Non-IT Executives


The goal of this program is to help organizations build a stratum of management where people from various backgrounds and areas of expertise can work together efficiently and productively by understanding and appreciating each other's contribution to the overall success of the organization. The program is not meant to make an IT specialist out of every manager, but to make every manager confident in resolving IT issues and working with IT staff to make better decisions and to deliver better process change. Ultimately, this program is about ways to design work processes that propel the company toward future success. For more information, click here.
Dates: Nov 14-15, 2013, March 24-25, 2014, Nov 13-14, 2014

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Managing Complex Technical Projects


Managing complex technical projects is a massive integration effort at many levels. Product and production plans must be integrated into components, components into subsystems, subsystems into systems and systems into quality products. For more information, click here.
Dates: Nov 05-06, 2013, June 12-13, 2014, Nov 11-12, 2014

Certificate Track: Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 2

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Supply Chain Strategy and Management


This practice-oriented program investigates a new MIT framework for better managing supply chains in today's rapidly changing markets. Participants will explore how to better structure a company's supply-chain strategy, guidelines for making strategic sourcing and make-buy decisions, how to integrate e-business thinking into supply chain strategy and management, “clockspeed benchmarking,” a tool for deriving critical business insights and management lessons from industries with the highest obsolescence rates of products, process technologies, and organizational structures (industrial "fruit flies"), why all advantages in fast clockspeed environments are temporary. For more information, click here.
Dates: Nov 7-8, 2013, April 10-11, 2014, June 19-20, 2014, Nov 6-7, 2014

Certificate Track: Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Understanding Global Markets: Macroeconomics for Executives


This program will introduce participants to some of the most important concepts in macroeconomics and international economics today. The material will be offered in four sections that form a comprehensive economist's viewpoint: the role that central banks play in the global economy; the forces that drive financial sectors and financial crises; how and why countries trade, and why trade is a source of conflict; and lastly, the considerations that should be part of all international business decisions. For more information, click here.
Dates: Oct 21-22, 2013, March 17-18, 2014, June 2-3, 2014

Certificate Track: Strategy and Innovation

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Costs: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Strategic Cost Analysis for Managers


This program is about how to analyze projects from a cost-accounting perspective. It will offer a unique opportunity for program and project managers to learn cost accounting-based project management practices and strategies for making smart project choices which justify outcomes and create value. Program material is drawn from our popular and highly-rated MBA courses on financial and managerial accounting and shows how managers can leverage cost analysis to better influence the outcomes of product development and project management. For more information, click here.
Dates: Nov 19-20, 2013, April 3-4, 2014, June 26-27, 2014, Nov 18-19, 2014

Certificate Track: Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $2,900 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 2

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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Systematic Innovation of Products, Processes, and Services


This five-day program blends the perspectives of marketing, design, and engineering into a systematic approach to delivering innovation, presenting methods that can be put into immediate practice for your own development projects. For more information, click here.
Dates: Nov 11-15, 2013

Certificate Track: Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management

Location: MIT Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tuition: $7,950 (excluding accommodations)

Program Days (for certificate credit): 5

E-mail: sloanexeced@mit.edu
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