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Learn MBA Fundamentals with CIO and Northeastern University

Announcing MBA Fundamentals for Tech Professionals: Hone Your Competitive Edge
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CIO and Northeasterns DAmore-McKim School of Business are delighted to invite you to their brand new program: MBA Fundamentals for Tech Professionals. As organizations look to their technology leaders to bring them into the future, you need to understand how modern business works.

Over four days, May 8 11, 2017, youll learn how to "talk the talk" with your stakeholders to drive value and meet the business needs. You will work closely with Northeasterns internationally respected faculty in accounting, finance, strategy, marketing, operations, and organizational behavior.

Together, with a group of tech professionals from around the globe, youll develop the knowledge and skills you need to:

  • Influence strategic decision-making
  • Make the case for strategic technology investments
  • Negotiate and collaborate on the job
  • Bring a product to market from innovation to production, distribution and marketing
  • Manage projects across business disciplines
Register today, and commit to future-proofing your career with CIO and Northeasterns DAmore-McKim School of Businesss passionate and committed faculty. To receive the early bird tuition rate and savings of $500, register by February 24. View the brochure here.

To view the complete agenda and more information, please visit our website or contact us. We hope to see you in Boston this spring!

Sincerely,
CIO & Northeasterns DAmore-McKim School of Business

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