Business Acumen: How Far Are You Taking It?

Originally delivered Sep 29, 2010
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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No matter what your role is in the organization, you are having a significant impact on your business. In fact, every action you take at work somehow affects the interest customers have in your products and, ultimately, the profitability and growth of your business. So it is time to develop business acumen. The question is simply “how and to what extent do you apply it?”

This webinar provides ideas, initiatives and imperatives for transitioning from a technical focus to one that embodies business acumen. Examples cover topics ranging from the steps it takes to fully and effectively move into a business role to adapting a business focus within any organizational responsibility.

Presenter(s): 

Daniel E. Leone

Daniel E. Leone’s career has spanned from engineering and management positions in product development and manufacturing to vice president responsibilities for sales, marketing and business development in a wide variety of pharmaceutical and specialty chemicals businesses.  His areas of expertise are in accelerating growth across the business lifecycle, strategy development and contract manufacturing.  Dan holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College and an MBA from Duke University.

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