Getting a leg up on the competition can be a challenging task. The best way to do it is to create a sound business plan, hire the right people to do the work, and follow through on the plans you’ve made for your company. Business owners and managers aren’t just endowed with the knowledge needed to execute those tasks, so it’s important to find tools that can help you create the success your business needs to thrive.
CEDIA Management Conference 2010 is one such tool. Over the span of four days, you will learn the skills needed to create a profitable business. From March 3-6, in New Orleans, Louisiana, speakers and instructors at Management Conference will focus on four main questions all companies must get right in order to evolve and succeed: people, strategy, execution, and cash. Speakers include organizational therapist Connie Podesta and entrepreneur and training coach Patrick Thean.
Management Conference educational content will draw from Mastering the Rockefeller Habits, which explains the principles that John D. Rockefeller famously used to grow his business empire. Individual courses are geared towards businesses in the electronic systems industry, so the lessons learned can be directly implemented at your business when you return home.
Register now at www.cedia.org/mc!
Cost is everything these days, that’s why CEDIA has drastically cut the cost of the CEDIA Management Conference registration fee.
CEDIA members receive a $400 discount off the non-member rate, and all attendees who register before the February 1st early bird deadline pay $400 less than the regular rate. And if an additional person from you company registers, they will receive a $100 discount on top of all savings.
Learn more about the specific courses available at Management Conference 2010, or register today to pay the lowest rate possible at www.cedia.org/mc.