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Announcing the Mini MBA for Tech Executives: Master MBA Fundamentals in One Week!
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CIO magazine and Boston University Questrom School of Business invite you to attend their newly designed program: Mini MBA for Tech Executives. In todays competitive environment, the leaders who succeed, and rise out of technology roles and into executive responsibilities, are those with essential business skills.
Over four days, October 19 - 22, 2015, Boston University senior faculty will introduce you to key principles and techniques of executive management. Youll enhance and sharpen your knowledge in critical MBA areas: accounting, finance, strategy, marketing, operations, organizational behavior, and more.
Join your peers, rising tech executives from organizations worldwide, and Boston University Questrom School of Businesss passionate and committed faculty. For complete agenda and prerequisite details, please visit our website or call The Executive Leadership Center at 617-353-4248.
Register today to receive the early bird tuition rate and make this strategic investment in your future. We hope to see you in Boston this Fall!
CIO magazine & Boston University Questrom School of Business
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