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 different stakeholders in their permitting process: applicants, agents, consultants, developers, builders, and property owners. Simply stated, the process was not transparent, was on average taking many months […]

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 Rutgers School of Business Camden has partnered with Archer & Greiner to develop a program designed specifically for small and […]

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 business – some you can control; others that you can’t. How well you maintain and improve your financial and marketing skills to conduct business in today’s […]

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 used for a variety of local services and are calculated using the home’s value and the tax rate for […]

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 part of our Executive Education curriculum. It is perfect for professionals who are new to project management field or are looking to transition into a project management […]

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 leadership in an organization must be forward-thinking, ready to anticipate the next challenge or trend that impacts their industry. They must also be well-versed […]

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 of Business. Below is our interview with a Lean & Six Sigma Master Black Belt with a host of insight into this highly […]

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 competitive business environment demands professionals continue to develop their skills and expertise, and our Lean Six Sigma Training, a data-driven approach to improving business processes, stands out […]

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 a project management professional with project management certification, individuals can secure for themselves a promising career rich with opportunities for growth. According to the Bureau of Labor and […]

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 competitiveness; at present, 70% of organizations in the United States have cited capability gaps among their employees.  Interestingly, the reason these companies struggle to foster […]