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Natural Sciences

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This course examines the use of accounting data by non-financial managers. Students will learn how to interpret and understand basic financial statements; how to make good decisions based on them; learn essential accounting concepts and characteristics of accounting systems; and budgeting/forecasting in a science-based organization. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to effectively communicate on financial matters within their organizations.


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This course explores the talent management duties and responsibilities of a scientist who is placed in a supervisor/manager role. It addresses the roles of scientists and technicians as part of an integrated team, conflict management, motivating teams, and change management.


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This module is designed to give professionals familiarity with current project management techniques and the real world application of those techniques. Attendees will have the opportunity to apply the techniques through various group exercises.


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Explores concepts and practices in leadership, organizational behavior and change management. Emphasis is placed on understanding dynamics of individuals and groups in organizational structures focused on research and innovation. Students will tackle organizational culture, management approaches, performance-building, and creativity and innovation management in science organizations.


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