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You might be great at programming, but how are your business skills? Check out these 14 recommended courses to help jump start your success.
- Leadership for Engineers from TU Delft: Learn how to effectively lead in a technology-driven world, define your personal leadership journey, and make your career choices.
- Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies from Harvard: Explore how entrepreneurship and innovation tackle complex social problems in emerging economies.
- Evaluating Designs with Users from University of Michigan: Learn how to design, run, and analyze usability tests to help improve user experience.
- Digital Transformation Strategy from Boston University: Strategies for driving business success in the new digital economy.
- Digital Strategy and Action from Babson: Learn how elite leaders conceive and execute strategies that drive the world’s fastest growing digital companies.
- Essential Statistics for Data Analysis using Excel from Microsoft: Gain a solid understanding of statistics and basic probability, using Excel, and build on your data analysis and data science foundation.
- Contracts from Harvard: Contracts are a part of our everyday life, arising in collaboration, trust, promise and credit. How are contracts formed? What makes a contract enforceable? What happens when one party breaks a promise?
- Understanding the Collaborators from Microsoft: Learn the foundational techniques, tools, and practices to successfully collaborate with team members and customers.
- Business Communications from University of British Columbia: Learn how to communicate effectively in a business setting: understand diverse audiences and build sound arguments.
- Digital Branding and Engagement from Curtin University: Learn how to increase brand engagement through the creation and distribution of content using an owned digital channel approach.
- Marketing Fundamentals: Who Is Your Customer? from Babson: Learn key marketing concepts to implement customer acquisition strategies to find the right customers and grow your business.
- Family Business — Strategy Essentials from University of British Columbia: Learn how to manage the complex dynamics of a family business and sustain your enterprise into future generations.
- Marketing Analytics: Marketing Measurement Strategy from Berkeley: Learn best approaches and practices for marketing measurement, including how to use metrics to measure success.
- Global Marketing Strategy from Thunderbird: Understand how to assess global market opportunities and challenges while developing successful global marketing strategies.
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