This important position deserves a leader of competence and commitment.
CSU Demo Day, a showcase of innovation and entrepreneurship, will take place April 27 in the Lory Student Center.
[caption id="attachment_53939" align="alignleft" width="300"] A recent College of Business Professional Development class[/caption] Business leaders today are competing in a global marketplace characterized by an exciting blend of opportunity, volatility, complexity, and uncertainty. In response, CSU’s College of Business has created multiple opportunities for professionals to cultivate their leadership skills, management strengths, and technical depth to assist them with advancing their long-term success – as well as their company’s success – within this competitive environment. Christine Chin, director of executive programs, says participants in these programs will learn from CSU faculty thought leaders, expert practitioners, and subject matter experts as well from fellow students. “Each course emphasizes a blend of the best of academia with practical application and actionable insights that can be used to immediately improve processes, increase profits, and enhance personal effectiveness,” says Chin. Interested participants are invited to learn more about the following professional development courses being held this spring: Professional Business Communication A blend of classroom and online coursework held April 6 through May 1, will improve Millennials’, and others’, communication skills to relate more effectively and professionally to colleagues and customers. Learn more here. Mergers and Acquisitions: Maximizing Deal Value Held April 26, will help those thinking of merging or acquiring, learn how to not only achieve, but surpass projected strategic, financial, and operational goals. Learn more here. Supply Chain Management Certificate Four sessions held April 7, April 21, May 5, and May 19, will help professionals to manage supply chains to maximize efficiency and effectiveness for current and future demand. Learn more here. Multi-Generational Workforce Issues and Strategies Held in two, half-day sessions, on May 12 and June 2, will help leaders, managers, and HR professionals develop a generational talent plan that embraces and leverages generational differences for future company growth and sustainability. Learn more here. Building and Leading Exceptional Teams Scheduled for June 5 and 6, this course will provide frameworks, techniques and tools to improve leadership skills, and the ability to compose and manage high performing teams. Participants will assess their team leadership skills, identify where to improve, and develop a plan to get there. Learn more here. For additional questions, group discount information, or to find out how these programs can be customized to your organization email COB_ExecutivePrograms@colostate.edu or call 970-491-4331.
“It’s fun teaching seniors, and knowing that they’re going to be able to go out and use what they’re learning right away.”
To ensure that her graduates would leave CSU with a full grasp of this important skill, Reilly decided to take action. She designed an additional credit hour to enhance the existing Intermediate Accounting course with detailed Excel instruction.
What does comedic improvisation have to do with everyday business skills? A fun-seeking, business-focused group of students found out earlier this year.
Case competitions give College of Business students a chance to enhance and demonstrate their skills in analyzing rigorous business challenges.