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Managing Software Companies Course

Specialist One Day Course for those Involved in Managing Software Companies

25 Aug 2004

Presenter: Dr Steve Kelly, University of Southern Cross, Queensland Date: Thursday 14th October Time: 8.30am - 5.00pm Venue: Oakridge House, Unitec New Zealand (a map is available on our website www.unitec.ac.nz) Cost: $659 + GST (including lunch and a complimentary three month subscription to the online Global Learning platform supporting the programme)

Unitec is pleased to host Dr Steve Kelly at a specialist one day workshop sponsored by Microsoft and the New Zealand Software Association.

This one day programme is tailor-made to provide the best practices and business insights that today's competitive markets demand. The programme has been run in a number of countries with rave reviews from the industry.

Discover: - How to understand and analyse the market environment for maximum success - Why it is important to create value for your customers and how you can apply this knowledge to your business - How to foster innovation, change and leadership within your business - Why and how to develop and implement strategic business plans

ENDS

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