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Jan 12, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

SimulTrain® Strategic Management Simulation Workshop

University of Scranton - Scranton, PA

Experience the new portfolio management simulation game from the people that brought you SimulTrain®!

The new SimulTrain® Strategic Management workshop extends the application of the best-in-class project management, SimulTrain®, for supervisors through senior executives who want sharper strategic skills.

How it works

Teams of four compete in leading a five-year project and determine how to best choose projects, prioritize them, react to risks and opportunities, and make decisions in a realistically serious game. With the facilitation of a professional trainer, the main objectives are to:

  1. Obtain at least a Strategic Value of 80 points;
  2. Complete the five-year program with a positive cast balance of at least $20 million;
  3. Obtain an expected NPV of $50 million; and
  4. Make the program profitable in 3 years.

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Jan 22 - Apr 4, 2019
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Six Sigma Green Belt

The Chessboard

Kick of the New Year with a Green Belt and better skills that will increase your value in the work place.

For 10 weeks*, starting Tuesday, January 22, 2019, from 6 to 9 pm Eastern Time, you can become a Six Sigma Green Belt through Merit Career Development's online evening education program. Why a Green Belt? This widely recognized certification, taught by a Six Sigma Black Belt, will help you better analyze problems and effectively manage quality improvement projects. By the completion of the program, you will earn 30 PDUs.

*Spring break (no class) will be on Tuesday, March 5, 2019.

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Feb 21 - 22, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Project Management Foundations

Lehigh University - Bethlehem, PA

This program covers several PM sub-plans, methods and procedures that span the typical project life-cycle from initiation to project close. It is designed to give the participant the skills and tools to consistently be an effective project manager. Participants will examine the role of the project manager and their involvement in managing the life-cycle of a project through defining tasks, time management, scheduling and resource allocation. This program includes an interactive simulation tool that will be used to reinforce the overall learning.