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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
The Retail Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Manufacturing Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Pharmaceutical Industry Overview: Version 5 $74.95
The Information Technology Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95
The Federal Government Industry Overview: Version 4 $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


The Retail Industry Overview: Version 4

The retail industry provides consumers with goods and services for their everyday needs. Comprised of a variety of stakeholders, this industry offers customers the flexibility to buy products from around the world, which requires industry players to have a global supply chain that ensures their products can be cost-effectively sourced from various locations and delivered to individual customers no matter where they live. Industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome these global challenges in order to offer customers the right products at the right time for the right price. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the retail industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the retail industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the retail industry
  • identify the retail establishment categories
  • match the functions of the retail value chain to their descriptions
  • identify key competitors in the retail industry
  • recognize current industry trends
  • recognize retail industry challenges
  • identify strategies for overcoming retail industry challenges

The Manufacturing Industry Overview: Version 4

The manufacturing industry produces a broad range of products for its customers in a fast-paced, consumer-driven environment. Comprised of a wide variety of industry players and stakeholders, this industry develops the fastest methods available to produce and deliver products to meet customer demands. Manufacturers produce vehicles, building materials, household products, textiles, pharmaceutical drugs, toys, and a wide range of other products that customers require. They are dependent on finding the materials, workforce and best methods to manufacture products quickly, at a competitive price, to meet the constant changes in consumer demand. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, and issues associated with the manufacturing industry. It will identify the main sectors of the manufacturing industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the manufacturing industry
  • match manufacturing industry sectors with their activities
  • recognize the manufacturing industry business model
  • classify key competitors in the manufacturing industry by sector
  • recognize examples of current manufacturing industry trends
  • recognize examples of manufacturing industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming manufacturing industry challenges

The Pharmaceutical Industry Overview: Version 5

The pharmaceutical industry provides an extensive range of medications to consumers throughout the world. Comprised of a variety of stakeholders, this industry is dependent on discovering and developing medicines, manufacturing these products commercially and marketing them to health officials or consumers. Industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome the many challenges they face in addressing the prevalent health issues of our times. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the pharmaceutical industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the pharmaceutical industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment, and the current trends in the industry. Finally this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the pharmaceutical industry
  • match pharmaceutical industry sectors with their capabilities
  • recognize the pharmaceutical industry business model
  • match key competitors in the pharmaceutical industry with their descriptions
  • recognize examples of current pharmaceutical industry trends
  • recognize examples of pharmaceutical industry challenges
  • match the appropriate strategy to address each pharmaceutical industry challenge

The Information Technology Industry Overview: Version 4

The information technology industry plays a unique role in helping companies conduct their businesses in the modern era. Industry participants must be highly competitive to provide the latest technological advances. It provides value to customers by embracing new trends, such as cloud computing, virtualization, and mobile application solutions to keep their customers ahead of the competition. It must also be sensitive to changing customer needs and be driven by new business opportunities as they emerge. Although the industry is continually challenged by intense competition, cost pressures, emerging markets, and security threats, industry players provide solutions through innovation, outsourcing, and strategic mergers and acquisitions to enhance their businesses, while improving the way people access and use information throughout their professional and personal lives. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the information technology industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the information technology industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the industry business model, its competitive environment and the current trends in the industry. Finally this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the industry stakeholders are adopting to overcome its challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the information technology industry
  • match information technology industry sectors with their products or services
  • recognize the information technology industry value chain
  • match key competitors in the information technology industry with their descriptions
  • recognize examples of current information technology industry trends
  • recognize examples of information technology industry challenges
  • categorize strategies for overcoming information technology industry challenges

The Federal Government Industry Overview: Version 4

The federal government industry is the world's largest service provider with primary responsibility to provide essential services to its citizens funded through its collection of taxes. A federal government is usually comprised of a host of governmental departments and various stakeholders, which can include, but are not limited to, individual states, provinces, and territories. A federal government delivers services, creates and enforces laws, maintains highways, collects taxes, defends national sovereignty, encourages investment, provides education, oversees environmental issues, and performs a host of other services to its citizens. Different nations, and their respective federal governments, all adopt strategies to overcome the challenges they face that can stagnate services, overextend budgets, cause intradepartmental barriers, and impede hiring the best employees. Federal governments are continually driven to find solutions through improving service delivery, reducing costs, opening departmental barriers, and attracting a talented workforce. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the federal government industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the federal government industry and its business drivers, and review the key aspects of the federal government business model, its competitive environment, and the current trends in government services. Finally, this course outlines some key challenges that this industry is facing and presents common strategies that the players in the industry are adopting to overcome challenges. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the federal government industry
  • match federal government industry sectors with their services
  • recognize the federal government industry business model
  • recognize typical responsibilities of external companies and their employees doing business with federal governments
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of the federal government industry challenges
  • match the appropriate strategy to address each federal government industry challenge
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Industry Overviews Part 2 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252594
  • Duration:
    5 hours
  • Price:
    $199