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Management, Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Social Media Marketing (Online)
Tap into the enormous potential of social media to effectively elevate your brand and business. In this class, we cover the essentials -- from mapping your strategy, choosing your channels, and crafting viral content to monitoring, measuring, and responding to user activity for best performance. Gain immediate actionable insights and set goals that will have you powering through your core KPIs (we'll explain what th...
Jan 22 - Feb 24
Online
Spring 2019
Social Media Marketing (Online)
Tap into the enormous potential of social media to effectively elevate your brand and business. In this class, we cover the essentials -- from mapping your strategy, choosing your channels, and crafting viral content to monitoring, measuring, and responding to user activity for best performance. Gain immediate actionable insights and set goals that will have you powering through your core KPIs (we'll explain what th...
Apr 08 - May 12
Online
Spring 2019
Design Leadership & Management (Online - 3 of 5)
Designing for business is by definition a team effort that requires flexibility, adaptability, and vision. This course explores the theory, methods, and actions necessary to make ideas a reality. Students master techniques in facilitation, project management, and the creation of viable business models applicable to both entrepreneurial and “intrapreneurial” ventures. This is one of the five courses that are part of ...
Jul 01 - Aug 11
Online
Summer 2019
Economic & Cultural Context of Design (Online - 2 of 5)
This course surveys the broader economic and social context in which design leaders work. We examine salient phenomena and concepts such as automation, agility, and resilience and discuss how they affect business and design practices. Students develop thought leadership around select topics to influence strategic conversations within their organizations and in their industries. This is one of the five that courses a...
Jul 01 - Aug 11
Online
Summer 2019
Economic & Cultural Context of Design (Online - 2 of 5)
This course surveys the broader economic and social context in which design leaders work. We examine salient phenomena and concepts such as automation, agility, and resilience and discuss how they affect business and design practices. Students develop thought leadership around select topics to influence strategic conversations within their organizations and in their industries. This is one of the five that courses a...
Jul 01 - Aug 11
Online
Summer 2019
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