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This course is a practical guide to applying organizational behavior research to your work for improved results. You’ll start by taking an assessment to identify your leadership style, which can help you lead authentically and resolve conflict in your organization.
Organizational Culture & Continuous Compliance Improvement
This course focuses on the importance of relationship building, leading by example, and the importance of who sits on your Compliance Committee.
Project Management Overview
Giving you a bird’s-eye-view of project management essentials, especially project planning, this course helps you learn the most crucial foundational concepts and tools.
Risk Assessments, Policies, and Internal Controls
During this course, we’ll discuss valuable internal and external resources to use when assessing risk, including public databases, as well as the issues and policies associated with several specific types of risk.
We’ll cover essential communication principles, how you and your organization are perceived, and the role of digital media. You will get hands-on experience crafting strategic messages that suit the communications channels.
Strategy and Planning
This course discusses important steps and tips for designing your plans, conveying information clearly, and successfully competing for limited resources in order to be an effective leader.
AI & Cognitive Technologies Foundation
Help transform your organization into an innovative, efficient, and effective business performer by developing a basic understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and its business applications. All course materials provided and there are no prerequisites.
Analytics and Fundamentals
Gain a foundational understanding about what data analysis is, where data comes from, different types of data, and data measurement terminology so you can help make critical decisions.
Cold War 2.0: A Brief History
This course introduces students to the tools developed to understand a historic event through the lens of the time that an event occurred: Thinking in Time Analysis vs. Revisionism and Re-evaluation of “Ways of War” modeling.
Cold War 2.0: Current Analysis
Learn Current Analysis of Peer and Near Peer Protagonists to include Russia’s Little Green Men and “Composite” Generational Warfare. The Baltic, Crimea, and Ukraine provide fertile ground for understanding generational warfare as it is thought of today.