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Business Management & Organization

Negotiation

Negotiation

[ 5 Hours ]

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Course number: MM273801
The Negotiation course provides an overview of the negotiation process. It introduces the basic negotiation concepts, including the best alternative to a negotiated agreement, the reservation price, and the zone of possible agreement. The course also notes the differences between distributive and integrative negotiations. It addresses the characteristics of a negotiator, how to prepare for a negotiation, and the types of tactics that can be used in a negotiation. Attention is also paid to dealing with failing negotiations, negotiations with employees and suppliers, and how to measure the effectiveness of negotiations. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study : Business Management & Organization.

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Extra test(s)$20

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Project Management

Project Management

[ 14 Hours ]

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Course number: MM273301
This course discusses all aspects of project management. It explores how projects are initiated, evaluated, and selected. It also addresses all phases of project planning, the use of CPM and PERT to schedule tasks, and how to make trade-offs between the various project constraints. The course tackles many other subjects as well, including change management, project estimating, risk management, reporting, and project management at the enterprise level. The course also delves into the intricacies of team development and management. In total, the course is intended to introduce the topic to a new project manager, as well as to refine the skills of a more experienced one. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study : Business Management & Organization

Hard copy$99

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Extra test(s)$35

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Records Management

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Records Management

[ 3 Hours ]

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Course number: B264401
The Records Management course describes the types of records, the record life cycle, record formats, and the concept of information governance. The course then delves into the use of alphabetic storage, numeric storage, and geographic storage, along with a variety of records management best practices and a discussion of records retention. The course concludes with coverage of electronic records management, including such topics as the different types of electronic media, record safety, and the mitigation of catastrophic record damage. The course is intended for anyone who wants a solid grounding in the concepts of record management. Course level: Basic. Prerequisites: None. Course includes integrated text and study guide, final exam, and grading service.

NASBA field of study : Business Management & Organization

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Extra test(s)$15

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