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News   December 16, 2009   by Auto Service World

SEMA Education Institute (SEI) Partners with Harvard Business School


The SEMA Education Institute (SEI) has enhanced its professional online training courses through a new agreement with Harvard Business Publishing.
The agreement provides SEMA members access to world-class business management training through the Harvard ManageMentor10 program.
Typically, this curriculum is only offered to large companies that invest thousands of dollars to provide training for their managers. SEMA has negotiated an agreement with Harvard to offer its smallest member companies the opportunity to receive the same access provided to Fortune 500 firms.
Harvard Business School Publishing is the leading resource for management practices, programs and content and is a wholly-owned, not-for-profit subsidiary of Harvard University. The corporate learning development team capitalizes on its access to the best thinking available from many of the world’s foremost subject experts-many from Harvard Business School.
The ManageMentor10 program offers a variety of topics including; business plan development, crisis management, finance essentials, hiring, marketing essentials, strategic planning, performance measurement and many more. Each learning module contains tips, tools, downloadable forms and worksheets for continuous use and flexible application. Learners are then provided with real-world, interactive scenarios and self tests to check the manager’s understanding of the concepts.
Details about the courses, which are not available to individuals, can be found at
www.sema.org/harvard.


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