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Executive Education

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Executive Education

Business Foundations

Business Foundations

When you hear the word “business” what comes to mind? Maybe you think about things like understanding an income statement, managing people or creating a strategy. Business knowledge and skills, like these, are essential in any organization – not just ‘businesses.’ Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits and government agencies find themselves managing business functions that often involve large budgets and many people. However, their leaders are often at a disadvantage, because they may not have business backgrounds or business training.

Business Foundations

When you hear the word “business” what comes to mind? Maybe you think about things like understanding an income statement, managing people or creating a strategy. Business knowledge and skills, like these, are essential in any organization – not just ‘businesses.’ Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits and government agencies find themselves managing business functions that often involve large budgets and many people. However, their leaders are often at a disadvantage, because they may not have business backgrounds or business training.

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Three Benefits of Executive Education

Three Benefits of Executive Education

Brent D. Williams, Associate Dean of Executive Education and Outreach at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, shares three benefits to participating in executive education programs.

Three Benefits of Executive Education

Brent D. Williams, Associate Dean of Executive Education and Outreach at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, shares three benefits to participating in executive education programs.

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Brent Willams Year Recap

Associate Dean for Executive Education and Outreach at University of Arkansas, Brent Williams, shares a Walton College Executive Education recap of the year.

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