The University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics is launching two new open-enrollment executive development programs for women and managers on the executive track.
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XD stands for Executive Development
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com)-- The Thinkers50, the premier ranking of global business thinkers, today announced that John Mattone, President of Executive Development Associates in Orlando, Florida, has been chosen as one of the world's up-and-coming management thinkers.
The Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS) began in 1981 and is tailored for agency heads of departments with 50 to 499 sworn officers and a community population of at least 50,000.
UT offers a comprehensive portfolio of profit-maximizing supply chain and logistics opportunities: * Integrated Supply Chain Management Programs * Supply Chain Management Certification * Logistics Executive Development Program * Making Performance-Based Logistics Real: The Basics and Beyond * Custom Programming * Supply Chain Audit * Supply Chain Strategy and Management Forum.
Sponsored by The Institute for Professional and Executive Development, the program will provide a timely look at key investor-driven issues, including: Legislation developments affecting these investments including Year 8; HUD 2530 issues affecting developers; Historic credits and sandwich lease structures; IRS and Regulatory Requirements; Syndicator Investor Issues; State Credits; Green/Ecofriendly building design.
As executives move around more, and rely less on company executive development programs and mentors, they are beginning to seek out their own growth opportunities.
He has held positions as chairman of the hoard of the Wharton Center for applied Research, director of Wharton Management and Behavioral Science Center and faculty coordinator for Wharton's Effective Executive Development Programs.