** ACCORDING TO THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: "Business success relies on a solid combination of innovative leadership, evidence based management and sound financial literacy ."
THIS COURSE IS BUILT TO PROVDE THESE SKILLS!
** SPECIAL FREE BONUS WORKBOOKS INCLUDED:**
Are you ready for a practical course designed to equip you with the skills to:
This course includes important topics such as Key Performance Indicators (KPI's), Supply and Demand Costing, Idea Generation, Strategy and Vision Maps and much much more!
I will work with you throughout the course to support your journey to mastery!
The contents of this course are all based on my work experience as an education innovator and entrepreneur with global experience in for profit, start up and corporate settings. I used these networks to survey entrepreneurs asking them one simple question: What do you need to know to be successful?
I collected all their answers and designed this course, working closely with them each step of the way. The result is a course that ties together both theoretical knowledge and practical experience in a dynamic, practical and applicable way.
Ready to take your skills to the next level? Click "Take this course now" to get started!
Jamie Lerner, one of the greatest Mayors in the world used design thinking to turn Curitiba in Brazil into one of the most efficient and human centered cities in the world. He used Design Thinking to achieve this feat. We learn more here.
Why do some of the same problems persist? Is it because we are using single loop learning? Here we learn how to use double loop learning to address permeant challenges.
This lecture describes the 20/80 principle.
Placing a product in the market requires a lot of planning and strategy. The Long Tail approach helps us think about this further.
In this lesson we explore the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats model in relation to your organization and it's competitors.
This model is perfect for thinking about how to position your product or business in relation to market share and market growth.
We begin this section with the basics: What is a performance review? By the end of this lecture you will be able to describe and provide examples of a performance review.
It often not what we say but how we say it that makes all the difference in a performance review. Phrases are the therefore, are the lifeblood of a successful review. This lecture outlines useful phrases you can use to deliver feedback.
In this lesson we explore the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats model in relation to your employees.
Giving great feedback is the most important tool of being a manager. In this lesson we explore this further.
We explore the foundation of conflict management.
Here we explore the work of the greatest management theorist of the 21st century: Mary Parker Follet. You will learn why she believed that compromise was the worst outcome for conflict.
Problems can often be solved or created based on the skill level in the organization. In this demo lecture we talk through the steps necessary to conduct a skills audit to help you grasp the skill level in your organization.
Dr. Warren Chalklen is an education innovator who has taught over 38,000+ students across 166 countries using online and face to face platforms. He is passionate about building individual and organizational capacity in the fields of diversity, policy analysis, and data driven performance with softwares such as Excel, Salesforce and Balanced Scorecard tools. In his spare time he loves to travel and recently returned from a vacation in Brazil!