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University of Management and Technology

Leadership and Organization
This course looks at the views of established management theorists and addresses key theories and practices of management being used today. It examines the role of structure, people, politics, and symbols in managing enterprises. It explicitly focuses on organizations, ethics, and leadership. 
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 15.00 Strategic 15.00

University of Management and Technology

Marketing and Sales
This course focuses on the key functions of marketing: pricing, promotion, distribution channels, and product definition. Topics include: the market research function, an understanding of who customers are (both internal and external) and how to define their needs and wants, and sales strategies. 
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 15.00 Strategic 15.00

University of Management and Technology

Business Basics
This course provides a practical overview of basic principles of business management. The course covers topics in the areas of marketing, sales, finance, accounting, business law, organizational behavior, contracting, and procurement. It provides insight into key issues businesses face and how they are run. 
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 5.00 Leadership 20.00 Strategic 20.00

University of Management and Technology

e-Commerce
This course provides students with insights into the workings of e-Commerce today and how it is evolving. It provides an understanding of the business and technical underpinnings of e-Commerce, and explains how specific business units fit into the global (e-Business) picture. The course also facilitates/triggers meaningful, creative thinking, and discussion to benefit students and their organizations. Topics also include improvements to e-Commerce and some potential areas of growth for the future. 
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 15.00 Strategic 15.00

University of Management and Technology

Decision Making
This course focuses on the fact that people lie at the heart of decision making: decisions are made by people, for people. Traditional perspectives on decision making take the position that the test of good decision making is whether it pursues rational decisions gained through rational processes; and whether the solutions it offers are optimal. In the world of real decision making, irrationality, people, and constraints reign. The very concept of rational decisions is questionable when decisions address the needs and wants of multiple players (a rational, optimal solution for A may be non-rational, sub-optimizing for B). Effective decision making must accommodate a number of realities, including: balancing the perspectives of multiple players with contending viewpoints; the irrelevance of rationality in many decision scenarios; the moral dimension of decision making; the biological, psychological, and social dimensions associated with making choices; the constraints decision makers that strongly shape their decisions. This course demonstrates the primacy of these non-traditional concerns and offers strategies for dealing with them. 
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

45.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 15.00 Leadership 15.00 Strategic 15.00

University of Management and Technology

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT MANAGEMENT
This course covers the fundamental project management principles and methodologies for managing the software development life-cycle and process models. Topics include: process metrics; software project planning; monitoring, control, and schedule mechanisms; budget estimates; risk assessment; and leadership, motivation, and team building.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

30.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 10.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 10.00

University of Management and Technology

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Students will gain knowledge of all aspects of project management including both hard skill and soft skill insights.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

30.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 10.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 10.00

University of Management and Technology

CONTRACTS AND PROCUREMENT
To review key issues and techniques central to effective procurement and contracting on projects; to develop skills to operate more effectively in the acquisition management arena.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

30.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 10.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 10.00

University of Management and Technology

MANAGEMENT OF MAJOR PROGAMS
To learn the tools and techniques to help people manage large, complex programs over their life cycle. Attention focuses on managing portfolios of multiple projects, establishing a program office, and understanding program management principles espoused by the US government.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

30.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 10.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 10.00

University of Management and Technology

PROJECT FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Project Finance and Budgeting provides insights into managing the financial end of projects. The financial skills effective project professionals need are substantial, ranging from cost estimation, to capital budgeting, to understanding economics basics, to knowing fundamental accounting principles, to engaging in cost control. All these skills are taught. The learning is reinforced with plenty of real world examples and exercises.
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Delivery Methods: On-Demand

30.00 PDUs
Talent Triangle
Technical 10.00 Leadership 10.00 Strategic 10.00
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