Course in Business Studies in Arlington in USA

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Business Studies

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A program in Business, Economics and Administration, intends to further the student’s understanding of the business world. This program often incorporates theory with real world application. With this course, one can be the head in various business departments.

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Project Contracting and Procurement Control

University of Management and Technology
Campus Part time 2 days September 2018 USA Arlington Ashburn + 2 more

To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors [+]

This course provides students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors.Objectives To provide students with a practical understanding of key issues involved in the acquisition of goods and services from outside vendors To help students acquire the skills to work effectively with contracts. InstructionMethod: Lectures, case studies, class exercises, homeworkMaterial: Course workbook PMBOK Knowledge Areas - Integration Management - Scope Management - Cost Management - Procurement Management Topics Covered- Understanding needs and requirements - Capturing needs and requirements via statement of work (SOW) and/or Statement of Objectives (SOO) - Planning for solicitation - Different contract modalities - Sole-source vs. competitive contracts - Issuing an RFP (request for proposal) - Responding to a solicitation - Writing a proposal - How sealed bid contracts are handled differently than negotiated contracts (IFB vs RFP) - Holding vendor questions-and-answer sessions - Formulating the contract - Structuring the contract (FFP, CPFF, CPAF, CPIF, time-and-materials) - Post-award contract management - Verifying that work had been done via work performance measurement - Making progress payments - Verifying that funds are available for the work that has been done - Intellectual property - Data rights - Non-disclosure agreements - Non-competition agreements - The purchasing function - The contracting life-cycle - Role of contract specialists - Closing out contracts - Customer acceptance testing - Use of punch lists - Making final payments Course LengthThis course comes in varying lengths depending upon the needs of your organization. Project Management... [-]


Course in e-Commerce and Projects

University of Management and Technology
Campus Part time 1 day September 2018 USA Arlington Ashburn + 2 more

This course is geared to offer project professionals understanding of one of the most interesting business developments that affects them [+]

This course covers the workings of e-Commerce, focused on the role it plays in business activity.Objectives Today’s technology is rapidly changing the environment in which projects are carried out. This course is geared to offer project professionals understanding of one of the most interesting business developments that affects them: e-Commerce. This course will give students insights into the workings of e-Commerce, including are understanding of its technical underpinnings; its emerging role in driving business activity; and its strengths and weaknesses as a business model.Topics Covered* e-commerce Overview

- e-Commerce, e-Business, e-Enterprise - The link between e-Commerce and Business Process Reengineering (BPR) - e-Commerce business models (B2B, B2C, B2G) - Different types of e-Businesses (e.g., aggregators, suppliers) * The Internet Environment... [-]