Online Course in Business Studies in Central America and Caribbean

Top Online Courses in Business Studies 2017 in Central America and Caribbean

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Central America is the central geographic region of the Americas. It is the southernmost, isthmian portion of the North American continent, which connects with South America on the southeast.

Course Online in Business Studies in Central America and Caribbean

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Strategic Innovation Management

ADEN Business School
Online Part time February 2017 Peru Lima Honduras Tegucigalpa Guatemala Guatemala City Mexico Mexico City Bolivia Santa Cruz Ecuador Quito Argentina Buenos Aires Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Costa Rica San José Colombia Cali Mendoza Paraguay Asuncion El Salvador San Salvador Spain Barcelona Panama Panama City Nicaragua Managua San Miguel De Tucuman Madrid Bogotá Chile Santiago San Pedro Sula Medellin + 35 more

Knowledge economy, as was defined by Peter Drucker and others, poses unprecedented challenges for companies and organizations. One of the pillars on which business models are based on this new era is innovation, a complex and multidimensional phenomenon. From this perspective, strategic management of innovation resulting in the ability of the company to build a ... [+]

Top Online Courses in Business Studies in Central America and Caribbean. Knowledge economy, as was defined by Peter Drucker and others, poses unprecedented challenges for companies and organizations. One of the pillars on which business models are based on this new era is innovation, a complex and multidimensional phenomenon. From this perspective, strategic management of innovation resulting in the ability of the company to build a culture of innovation that can generate value reinventing regularly its own business model, adapting to the constantly changing environment and introducing innovations incremental order , developmental and / or disruptive. It is the responsibility of driving teams create the internal conditions for these policies - the result of a Vision and Mission consensus - are properly understood and internalized through appropriate communication processes. Innovations can occur in multiple stages inside and outside the company (Doblin model). This is a proposal theoretical-practical oriented development of generic and systemic skills in order to integrate innovation in organizational culture as a strategic axis for value creation in business models and policies for development and growth companies and organizations. The mastery of this competition is closely linked with other generic skills that are considered in program development such as Creativity, Focus on quality, project management, orientation achievement, Entrepreneurship, Problem solving, decision making, orientation learning, Teamwork and Leadership. GOALS Upon completion completed, the participant will have achieved the following transfer targets: Leading processes of defining innovation policies for value creation in line with the development strategies of the company, from detecting and identifying causes, opportunities, needs and dynamic demands resulting from the interaction between organizational contexts and the reality of markets and intervention environments, both for small and medium businesses and international corporations and other organizations. Design, systematize and develop processes, systems, products and / or services matching innovative policies and strategies formulated and designed to meet internal and external demands and to take advantage of the opportunities identified, assessing how they will affect the possible innovations both people, the organization and the context of intervention by identifying risks and benefits. Justify, plan and implement the components of innovation according to related policies and sustainability of the organization, introducing innovations that impact the various systems, processes, products, services and results and targets both personal, organizational and as in the contexts of intervention, monitoring and evaluating progress steadily and results. recipients senior and managerial staff of small and medium Latin American and international companies. academic content MODULE 1: From the creative spark innovation strategy MODULE 2: Towards a culture of innovation MODULE 3 Management of the innovation process MODULE 4: The practice of innovation [-]

ABMA - Computing and Information Systems

CTS College of Business and Computer Science
Online Full time 3 months September 2017 Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Online

The Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA) provide students with UK based international qualifications. Upon successful completion of the Level 6 (Advanced Diploma) students can gain direct entry into the final year of the University of Hertfordshire BSc degree specializing in one of the following [+]

The Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA) provide students with UK based international qualifications. Upon successful completion of the Level 6 (Advanced Diploma) students can gain direct entry into the final year of the University of Hertfordshire BSc degree specializing in one of the following – Computer Science Information Technology The ABMA programme facilitates many entry points allowing students to start directly after CXC, students may even start at the higher levels depending on their current qualifications (after applying for exemptions) and even mature candidates may start as well. There are three levels to the ABMA Programme Level 4 Diploma Level 5 Diploma Level 6 Diploma Each level may be completed in as little as 3 Months! The Computing and Information Systems pathway targets many areas in the Information Technology Sector, some of which are Computer Programming and Databases. This pathway also disciplines you in the fields of Information Systems Analysis and Design, Information Presentation and Analysis, Web technologies, Web applications development and e-commerce strategy. Level 4 Entry Requirements Students must possess a GCSE, or equivalent, in Maths and English, at Grade A* – D; OR Evidence of professional work experience can be submitted for a minimum of one year within a job sector that is related to the subject area that the learner intends to study. Examples of evidence that ABMA will accept includes: - Employer references detailing the learner’s duties and responsibilities (Job Letter) - Certificates of training/courses Level 5 Entry Requirements ABMA Level 4 Diploma OR Two A levels at grade A* - D and 4 GCSEs, including Maths and English, both at Grades A* - D OR A national or international qualification equivalent to the above Level 6 Entry Requirements ABMA Level 5 Diploma OR A Higher National Diploma (HND) OR A national or international qualification equivalent to the above Mature Entry Learners who do not possess any of the above can also submit evidence of professional work experience for a minimum of one year (Level 4), two years (Level 5) or four years (Level 6) within a job sector that is related to the subject area that the learner intends to study. **NB: Students should note that all ABMA qualifications are taught and assessed in English** Examples of evidence that ABMA will accept includes: Employer references detailing the learner’s duties and responsibilities Certificates of training/courses. To assist with their request, learners are encouraged to submit details of all types of training that they have had to ABMA as part of their exemption application Tuition Fees Level 4: $500.00 per module Level 5: $600.00 per module Level 6: $700.00 per module Repeating any amount of modules at either Level's 4, 5 or 6: $500.00 There are 4 semesters each year: January to March March to June June to September September to December [-]