The Certified Professional Manager (CPM) Mini-MBA Program’s is a post-graduate short course for Business Management in the Philippines.
Our comprehensive professional development training is designed for aspiring small business owners, executives, and managers who do not have the resources to pursue a full MBA program. Our business seminars in Metro Manila, Philippines are held for 8 Saturdays (half-days). CPM’s Management certification program can be taken as a whole or per module. Participants must have at least 1-year working experience, in any field, to enroll in each class.
Certified Professional Manager – Asia values a Culture of Shared Learning. Our multi-disciplinary short course equips you with fundamental business skills and more confidence. These will give you a competitive advantage in the global business arena. Taught in-depth by subject matter experts, you will gain a comprehensive set of Management skills and appreciate how each field contributes to your company’s success.
Moreover, our leadership training will hone your strategic thinking, creating, and interpersonal skills to become an effective and inspiring manager. We highly encourage you to discuss your challenges and solutions with your classmates to deepen your insight from the seminars. Also, we organize networking events for all CPM alumni, where you can gain further perspective and best Management practices from other industries.
Participants who complete CPM Mini MBA certificate program, (enrolled in all modules) are eligible to apply for the Certified Professional Manager license.
This is accredited by the International Federation of Professional Managers (IFPM) London, UK. Licensed alumni will earn the CPM designation after their name. CPMs can also be referred to career opportunities, locally and abroad.
a. Introduction to Management and Organizations
b. Decision Making Skills for Managers
c. Strategic Planning and Management
a. Introduction – Overview and Globalization
b. National Differences in Political Economy
c. International Trade Theory
d. International Business Strategy
a. Marketing Concepts and Terms
b. Determining the Market Size
c. Segmenting, Targeting & Positioning
d. Developing the Marketing Mix (4P’s)
a. The Individual and the Organization
b. Decisions and Management
c. Balancing Work, Family and Personal Life
a. Strategic Human Resource Management
b. Integrating Business Planning with Human Resource Planning
c. The Competency Cornerstones Supporting Organizational Success
d. Understanding the Human Performance System: Why People Fail to Perform
e. Managing Organizational Change
a. Executive Accounting
b. Role of Accounting Information
c. Functions of Controllership
d. Basic Accounting Process, Concepts and Principles
e. Analysis and Use of Financial Statements
f. Profitability, Efficiency, Solvency, Liquidity and Du Pont Method
a. Early Theories of Leadership
b. Contingency/Situational Theories of Leadership
c. Transformational Leadership
d. Leadership Issues in the Twenty-First Century
e. Kinds of Power
f. Levels of Leadership
g. Leadership Styles