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New Online Scenario Planning Course Aims to Improve Performance

October 9, 2013

Vubiz Elearning's Exciting new course provides tools for strategically managing an organization's performance.

Los Angeles,CA Toronto,ON (PRWEB) October 09, 2013

Vubiz Elearning and Certified Management Accountants (CMA) are pleased to announce the launch of Scenario Planning, a new online course that provides important tools for strategically managing an organization's performance. Vubiz President Jim Rapino says, scenario planning is a timely topic for success in today’s economy, “scenario planning attempts to broaden an organization's view of the future by asking questions like what could happen? Instead of what will happen?” In this three-module elearning program, learners will gain an understanding of the key drivers that affect an organization, how to craft plausible future scenarios, and how to develop contingency plans in case those scenarios unfold.

“Scenarios help companies create more resilient plans, prepare for change, and better drive innovation,” explains Rapino. “The result of scenario planning is a deeper understanding of your business and greater agility.”

This new online course also includes a description of the five areas of scenario planning development and presents a case study of one organization's implementation of the six steps of scenario planning.

Available in English and French, this 6 hour elearning program enhances the learning experience with audio, video clips, interactivity, frequent review questions, video clips, illustrative charts and diagrams, photos, a final exam and a certificate. The program qualifies for 9 professional development hours.

Vubiz is an award-winning elearning company with unbeatable pricing, quality online courses and outstanding customer service. We're experts at making online training effective at the very best price. Proud winner again in 2013 for Best Compliance and Certification elearning.

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