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The Accidental Project Manager – Taming the Scope Creep

Part of the series “The Accidental Project Manager” By Dr. Surya Ganduri, Rutgers University As business changes or a new stakeholder gets pulled into (or out of) a project — you may be required...

What Millennials Want…and Other Employees Don’t | 4 Dos and Don’ts for Motivating Your Team

By Karen McCaffrey, Rutgers University If you have anyone on your team that was born between 1980 and 2000, you are managing a Millennial. And, if you’ve noticed that your traditional management tec...

A conversation with Alan Gopin, Instructor/Advisor for Certification in Project Management

Alan has over 30 years as a project manager in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, pharmaceutical, and finance. His hands-on experience as a software developer, software systems eng...

Master the Art of Project Planning

Part of the series “The Accidental Project Manager” By Dr. Surya Ganduri, Rutgers University Every project tells a story about its goals, team, timing, and deliverables. Some of those stories are ...

The Art of Project Estimation

Part of the series “The Accidental Project Manager” By Dr. Surya Ganduri, Rutgers University No matter the size or budget, estimating a project can be a daunting task. Every project request comes ...

10 Ways to Become a Good Project Manager

Part of the series “The Accidental Project Manager” By Surya Ganduri, Ph.D. Rutgers University Executive Education Management is a learnable skill. It’s a shame that too few people are given the...

3 Simple Ways to Align, Engage, and Motivate Your Project Team

Learn how to keep your team motivated and productive. Check out these 3 simple ways. Managing a Project Team can have its challenges, after all we are human and have thoughts and emotions that come al...

Time Management for Leaders

Do you need more time? Use these 5 tips to find time for the important things – like coaching Most managers say that one of the biggest challenges they have is finding the time to do important leade...

A conversation with Dr. Surya Ganduri

“Project management practices in every organization will need to evolve to stay relevant in a growingly dynamic SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) world.”  Dr. Surya Ganduri is an Instruc...

Lean Six Sigma

Put Rutgers on Your Resume  “Waste you see is tip of the iceberg, the unseen waste is several times larger.” Regu  Regupathy, Advisor/Instructor, Rutgers University Lean Six Sigma Benefits of Le...

HR for the Smart Heart

A conversation with Kate Immordino Dr. Kate Immordino is a part-time lecturer in management and human resources at the Rutgers University Camden School of Business, an advisor/instructor in the Execu...

Human Resources Online Certificate Programs – Put Rutgers on Your Resume

Two online HR certificate programs offer an engaging and comprehensive curriculum for HR professionals. The program includes two courses at two different skill levels so participants can choose the co...

Succession Management – Crisis Averted

What HR professionals need to know about succession planning. A blog post by Denise Redmond, SHRM-SCP, Rutgers University An organization’s success and the ability to meet its goals and objectives i...

Waste & Lean Six Sigma

An interview with Regu Regupathy, Certified Black Belt and Rutgers Executive Education Instructor/Advisor for Lean Six Sigma “Waste you see is tip of the iceberg, the unseen waste is several times l...

Surviving the Transition from Techie to Manager?

Are you an “Accidental” Project Manager Suddenly managing a project with no training or experience? You have just become an Accidental Project Manager. By definition an Accidental Project ...

Get to Know Denise Redmond, SHRM-SCP, Instructor/Advisor for Rutgers Executive Education

Commit. Own. Adjust. Get to Know Denise Redmond, SHRM-SCP, Instructor/Advisor for Rutgers Executive Education   Denise Redmond specializes in Organizational Development and Leadership Development...

4 Mistakes That Derail Managers – Do You Make Them?

How to avoid these common management mistakes If your direct reports were asked what mistakes you make as a manager, what do you think they would say? As a manager, you probably know your strengths. H...

Your Next Career Step – Project Manager

Discover what it takes to be a successful project manager A project manager is the wearer of many hats, which is probably why successful project managers come from many different backgrounds. The fiel...

Lean Six Sigma Can Be Transformational to Your Organization

Is Lean Six Sigma Right for Your Company? Gain insights from a Master Black Belt about the benefits and considerations of Lean Six Sigma What is Lean & Six Sigma? Could your company benefit from p...

4 Candidate Interviewing Mistakes HR Professionals Can’t Afford to Make

How to avoid choosing the wrong candidate for any open position By Kate Immordino, Ph.D., Rutgers University If you’re responsible for interviewing potential new employees for your company, you know...

High Potentials at Accudyne Industries demonstrate flexibility and versatility

In our recent LEAD@Accudyne session in Dallas, the 19 participants completed the Corestrengths Assessment with some consistent insights. In our experience in facilitating High Potential Leadership Dev...

Are You Looking for a Leg Up in the HR Field? Get a Human Resources Certificate!

  Are you new to HR or an experienced HR professional who wants to climb up the ladder or learn new skills? You may want to consider taking a continuing education course. There are many different...

Do You Potentially Want to Earn More than $80,000 a Year? Become a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

  Where will you be next year in your profession? If you’re unsure or have a desire to move up, have you ever considered earning your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt? Rutgers School of Business in Ca...

Do You Want to Become a Project Manager?

  A project manager is the wearer of many hats, which is probably why successful project managers come from many different backgrounds. The field for project managers is expected to grow signific...

Is Lean Six Sigma Right for Your Organization?

  This March, Rutgers School of Business-Camden, in partnership with Lockheed Martin, will host one of its sought-after week-long courses to provide motivated individuals and teams with the basic...

Earn Your Project Management Certificate Today to Find that Project Manager Job for You

  Are you looking for a new career or want to move up the corporate ladder and take on new challenges and earn a healthy paycheck doing it? No matter if you’re in IT, construction, healthca...

Go “Back to School” with Rutgers Corporate Training Programs

  We are a few short weeks away from the end of summer, which means most people will return to their normal lives. For children and teenagers, this means going back to school. Although they’...

Join Us on June 15 to Learn How to Build Fierce Brand Loyalty

Each day when you make a purchase of a good or service, you are making a choice. With so many different companies and small businesses out there with similar offerings, customers have their own criter...

Learn How to Harness the Power of Social Media for your Small & Family Business our May Session

  In a few short years, social media has an emerged as a vital marketing initiative for businesses of all sizes. Most of us know when a company is doing social media right. Netflix, for example, ...

Lean Six Sigma Training Works for Government, Too

The County of Santa Clara (California) Department of Planning and Development identified a need critical to the County’s ongoing competitiveness: to improve the customer experience of the many diffe...

Do You Want to Think Like a CFO?

  Have you signed up for one or more of the Small and Family Business “Unlock Your Potential” series of classes yet? If not, you still have time, but seats are filling up fast. The Ru...

Small & Family Owned Business Training Series will Help You Unlock Your Potential

The business world is perpetually changing, which makes ongoing professional education an important part of long-term success. There are so many variables that can affect your small or family-owned bu...

Could Lean Six Sigma Training Help Lower Property Taxes?

As residents of New Jersey, we know a thing or two about property taxes. New Jersey consistently has been on the top of the list for highest property taxes in the United States. Property taxes are use...

Earn Your Certification in Project Management Online

  In accordance with the requirements to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam, the Rutgers-Camden School of Business has developed a Certification in Project Management program as ...

Make 2016 the Year You Solidify Your Executive Leadership Skills

    We’re closing in on 2015, which means 2016 is just around the corner. Just as the marketplace changes yearly, so must leadership also address those changes. Executives and other le...

Join Other CPAs and Earn up to 12 CPE Hours at Rutgers’ Inaugural Annual Account Conference

Are you a certified public accountant (CPA) who is looking to earn continuing professional educational (CPE) hours? You might want to mark your calendar for November. The Rutgers School of Business-Ca...

Lean Six Sigma: Master Black Belt Interview

What is Lean & Six Sigma? Could your company benefit from professionals with Lean & Six Sigma training and certification? Find the answers to these questions and more from the Rutgers School o...

How Can Lean Six Sigma Training Work for You?

  How will you advance your professional career in business? At Rutgers, we continue to witness the benefits of continuing business education with professional education training courses. The com...

A Look at the Growing Demand for Project Managers

Have you considered a career in project management? For job seekers and professionals interested in increasing their marketability, project management is an attractive career opportunity. By becoming ...

What Makes for a Successful Corporate Training Program?

Advancement and innovation have always been essential for businesses that wish to truly thrive. However, many corporations today aren’t able to innovate and advance in a way that heightens their...

Introducing Three New Online Certificate Programs

Rutgers School of Business-Camden Executive Education is proud to introduce three new fully-online certificate programs, focused on delivering essential business skills in a concise, high-impact timef...

Five questions you should ask when choosing a training partner

By Ray Compari, Assoc. Dean & Director, Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business-Camden In today’s ultra competitive environment, employee training and development can provide a much-ne...

Rutgers Executive Education is a Two-Time CLO Award Winner

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 CAMDEN — The Rutgers School of Business–Camden’s executive education program has been awarded the gold 2013 Learning in Practice Excellence in Academic Partnerships Awa...