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    FIU College of Business seeks outstanding alumni for 2015 Hall of Fame honors.

    Florida International University’s College of Business is now seeking alumni who have excelled in business and community leadership for induction into the 2015 Alumni Hall of Fame. Honorees will be recognized at the college’s signature event, the Hall of Fame presentation, on September 17. Nominations are open for honorees in...


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    MSHRM’s online students swap Skype for a face-to-face meeting.

    For months, students in the FIU College of Business’ online Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) have shared class time and worked together from behind a computer screen or via a telephone conference call. Few knew what their classmates looked like. On February 21st they met face-to-face for...


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    Weekly Market Wrap Up, February 27, 2015

    The world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc., has drawn much attention to its often criticized wage rates last week as it seeks to improve the quality of its workforce. Although many workers in the energy industry were laid off due to low oil prices within the last couple of months,...


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    AIB-LAT conference focuses on “Multilatinas.”

    As international companies are establishing more of a presence in Latin America, Latin American companies, especially family-owned and start-up enterprises, are expanding globally as well. These expanding companies, known as “multilatinas,” were the focus of the AIB-LAT (Academy of International Business-Latin American Chapter) conference held January 22-24, 2015 in Santiago,...


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    Faculty Notes: January 2015

    College of Business Three faculty members have been selected to serve as judges for the 2015 Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge. They are Karlene C. Cousins, associate professor of Decision Science and Information Systems; Seema Pissaris, professor, Management and International Business; and Kimberly Taylor, associate professor, Department of Marketing. Department...


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    Weekly Market Wrap Up, February 23, 2015

    Agreement reached between Germany and Greece Greece’s Aid Extension achieved: The weeklong tennis match between Germany and Greece seems to have finally found an end. On Friday, Feb. 20, the finance ministers of the 19 euro-area met in Brussels in an effort to find a mutual settlement about Greece’s bailout...


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    Alumni Notes: January 2015

    Stan Rubin (BAcc ’77), executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief risk officer at Ocean Bank, received the Turnaround Deal of the Year recognition at the South Florida Business Journal’s annual CFO Awards, held January 28, 2015. Central Florida Equipment Rentals has named Marcus Thermes (MBA ’13) vice president....


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    REACC takes an in-depth look at Miami transit.

    FIU College of Business’ Real Estate Alumni Affinity Council (REAAC) explored the current and future landscape of Miami-Dade’s public transportation system during its Miami Transit & Development Outlook roundtable. The event was held January 29 at the Rusty Pelican in Key Biscayne and drew 110 participants. The panelists were: Benjamin...


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    FIU College of Business students and mentors share a lesson on business etiquette.

    You’re at a networking cocktail party. You’ve got a wine glass in one hand, a plate in the other, and an employer you want to impress is headed straight your way. You want to shake hands – but how? This, and other tricky etiquette calls, were discussed at a five-course...


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    Mar
    06

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    06

    How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview Workshop for Business Students

    Discusses interview preparation, appropriate dress, common questions, as well as do's and don'ts in the interview process. Learn basic interview skill technique relative to behavioral based interviews. RSVP is required


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    Mar
    07

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    07

    Certified Treasury Professional Program

    The Certified Treasury Professional® (CTP) Certification, sponsored by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), is recognized as the global standard of excellence in corporate treasury and finance. With new regulations, concerning financial reporting and the complexities of business on a global scale, more employers are demanding that financially affiliated professionals be AFP Certified. FIU's Certified Treasury Professional program follows the AFP-recommended system for exam preparation, utilizing AFP materials and covering all of the content needed to pass the CTP Exam. Participants will engage in group-discussions, regarding real-life situational cases, along with the mentorship of a professional executive, with exceptional experience in the field. The program consists of 12 sessions that run on Saturday's from March 7 to June 6 in the MMC campus.


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    Mar
    08

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    09

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    10

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    11

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    12

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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    Mar
    13

    Principles of Project Management

    Project management is possibly the most critical skill separating successful managers from ineffectual ones. Whether you have formal responsibility for projects or not, abilities such as how to establish schedules, set priorities and deliver to commitments are essential to personal productivity and organizational success. This three-day program will introduce a project management discipline that can be implemented in any organization. Participants will acquire a framework of information and tools to plan, estimate, schedule, and control projects ranging from the simple to the complex. Certified Project Managers may earn Professional Development Units (PDUs). As careers become more advanced, work will tend to evolve from routine tasks to more challenging projects. Every professional can benefit from studying the practices developed to execute projects on schedule and budget, while minimizing the stress within the project team. This program enables its participants to learn and practice project management skills and techniques, to ultimately become an expert in project completion. Techniques first developed by technical professionals have now been considered some of the best practices for general use, which have been implemented in this program. Hands-on case work will also be used to assist in the application of lessons learned, along with recommended strategies for handling projects and related tasks. A structured approach for targeting the all-important human resources aspect, as well as communication, is deeply integrated in each lesson, to emphasize on these areas of improvement. In addition, participants will become familiar with the format and makeup of the exam, to be able to succeed with confidence. The program consists of 3 sessions on February 28 to March 14 on MMC campus.


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