Mini-MBA: Essential Business Skills
Step up to the next level of success
No matter who you are in the world of business, getting a big-picture view of how business really works can be a pivotal strategy for advancing your career and growing your organization.
Spread over a concise five weeks, this robust program provides a comprehensive look at the fundamentals of business and current organizational practices. It covers all the key components of a formal business school curriculum, enabling you to increase your business acumen and bring fresh insights to your work without having to commit full time to study.
Led by award-winning UBC Sauder faculty, the program will expand your knowledge and applied skills in strategy, financial management, operations, strategic HR and marketing. You’ll also explore how decisions in one area may impact the others, and how strategic integration between functions can drive organizational success.
The learning journey
Designed to fit your busy schedule, the fast-paced program format features a unique integration of self-paced learning and online class interaction.
The self-paced components include short videos and readings introducing the various topic areas. There will be no out-of-class assignments, but reviewing these materials will help you prepare for your next live session.
The live sessions bring learning to life through online contact with the faculty and your colleagues. Sessions include class discussion, peer-group collaboration, networking, etc. All intended to vitalize the content with that most valuable learning tool of all: human interaction.
This program is ideal for those at any stage of their career, including:
- Early or mid-career managers aspiring to expand their executive potential
- Small-business owners/managers who want to grow an enterprise
- Senior business leaders looking to refresh their perspectives with new ideas
- Anyone who has wanted to pursue a formal program of business study but never found the opportunity
For more details visit link https://www.sauder.ubc.ca/mini-mba