COVID-19 Announcement

For the Fall 2020 semester, Rutgers will deliver the vast majority of its classes online.  It will offer a limited number of in-person courses that will be confined to topics that require on-site instruction, including clinical health care, lab classes, and fine arts performance.  For information, go to https://coronavirus.rutgers.edu.

Business/Management

Thu
21
Jun

Coming soon: Project Management Program

In October, Rutgers Center for Management Development will offer a three-day Project Management program. From project initiation, planning, and execution to managing, controlling, and closing projects, participants will gain a thorough understanding of how to make their projects successful. 

The program will be offered in New Brunswick in mid-October and in Camden in December. 

For more information, contact Margaret O’Donnell at margodon@cmd.rutgers.edu.

Wed
20
Jun

Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business-Camden Introduces New Portfolio

Image of Business people clapping at a presentation

Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business—Camden has added several new continuing education courses focusing on leadership and management skills for supervisors and executives for the 2012 to 2013 academic year.

Maximizing Your Leadership DNA is an intensive 3-day leadership training program that begins with a leadership kick-off dinner to allow senior leaders, key decision makers, business owners, and other executive-level individuals to interact in a casual setting. The coursefocuses onself-awareness exploration, application and practice situations, and case examples to help participants master the competencies of effective executive leadership. It will help participants to look at the big picture, build strong teams, and maintain effective communications while maintaining the agility and poise of the world’s most successful leaders. 

Wed
02
May

From Unemployment to “Next Chapter” Careers, Professionals Benefit from CMD Programs

What do an intern with the New York Jets, a newly established marketing consultant, and an analytical product manager for a journal publishing company have in common? For one thing, they all were recently unemployed. Second, they credit their participation in Rutgers' Center for Management Development (CMD) certificate programs – paid for by New Jersey workforce development funding – for helping them augment their skills sets and successfully launch the next chapters in their careers.

Wed
04
Jan

Center for Management Development Honored for Making a Difference

(L-R) ASTD’s Catherine Baker, CMD’s Peggy Grant and Margaret O’Donnell, and ASTD’s Vanetta Gray at the awards ceremony.

Rutgers' Center for Management Development (CMD) was honored in December for its commitment to workplace learning, when the Mid New Jersey chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) presented it with a “Making a Difference” award. The tribute recognized the Center’s commitment to workplace development, as well as support of operations and programming for the chapter.

Since its founding in 1947, CMD has been an international leader in developing and delivering innovative training solutions to strengthen the business, human resources, leadership, and management skills of its individual and organizational clients. The Center serves as a sponsor for the mid New Jersey Chapter of ASTD, which is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and skills of workplace learning professionals in the New Jersey and Tri-State area.

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