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The Education Industry Overview: Version 2 $74.95
The Utilities Industry Overview: Version 2 $74.95
The Chemicals Industry Overview: Version 2 $74.95
The Broadcasting & Entertainment Industry Overview: Version 2 $74.95
The Capital Markets Industry Overview: Version 2 $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


The Education Industry Overview: Version 2

The education industry provides its students with the knowledge and skills to adapt to a continually changing working world. The industry consists of an expanding array of organizations that seek to provide lifelong learning to its customers. These organizations include traditional colleges and universities as well as companies focused on training and development for clients that range from an individual learner to global corporations. As a whole, the industry is responsible for training individuals of all ages to learn new skills, obtain employment, and spur economic growth, by delivering education in traditional classroom settings or via distance training over the Internet. The education industry must adapt to the challenges of containing costs, differing views on standardized learning, competing for students, and adapting to changing economic needs. Industry players adopt unique strategies to overcome these challenges by forming education partnerships, adapting to new technologies, and developing customized and personalized learning programs. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the education industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the education 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. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the education industry
  • match education industry sectors with their products and services
  • recognize the education industry business model
  • classify key competitors in the education industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of challenges in the education industry
  • categorize strategies for overcoming education challenges

The Utilities Industry Overview: Version 2

The utilities industry is essential to modern living and the modern economy. It provides safe sources of drinking water, proper sewage disposal, and reliable heat sources for homes and businesses. It also provides a reliable source of electrical energy to operate the machinery, equipment, and appliances that are vital to a region's prosperity and growth. This traditional industry is undergoing major changes, and its leaders must adapt to a changing regulatory environment and embrace new technologies to succeed. The utilities industry must also meet growing customer demands for its services, find sustainable sources of green energy, and control its business costs, while, at the same time, funding major projects for the future. Utilities companies are dedicated to solving these challenges by incorporating technological advances, using renewable resources, preserving capital, and utilizing risk management procedures. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the utilities industry, as well as strategies for meeting some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the utilities 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. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the utilities industry
  • match utilities industry sectors with their activities and services
  • recognize value chains associated with the utilities industry
  • identify statements that describe competition in the utilities industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of utilities industry challenges
  • identify the appropriate strategy to address each utilities industry challenge

The Chemicals Industry Overview: Version 2

The chemicals industry is comprised of thousands of companies throughout the world that use basic raw materials to produce chemicals that have commercial value to consumers and other industries. These chemicals are used to produce plastics, synthetic fibers, lightweight automobile parts, fertilizers, cosmetics, household materials, computers, and many more products. High energy consumption, high prices of raw materials, diminishing returns, and sustainability are among the challenges that companies in this industry face. They are addressing these challenges by improving existing processes, applying new supply chain management techniques, expanding the specialty chemicals business, and developing industrial biotechnology. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the chemicals industry. It will identify the main sectors of the chemicals 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 chemicals industry
  • match chemicals industry sectors with their products
  • recognize statements that describe the chemicals industry business model
  • match key competitors in the chemicals industry to their descriptions
  • recognize examples of current industry trends in the chemicals industry
  • recognize examples of challenges the chemicals industry faces
  • identify the appropriate strategies for addressing chemicals industry challenges

The Broadcasting & Entertainment Industry Overview: Version 2

The Broadcasting & Entertainment Industry is tasked with engaging its consumers with new and traditional forms of entertainment. The industry players deliver films, television programs, music, radio programs, electronic media, books, news, and an ever expanding array of entertainment products. It provides its customers throughout the world with access to these activities through an expanding number of media devices and channels. This industry has to adapt to new ways to create, distribute, and access its content according to consumer demands. The industry is challenged by decreasing advertising revenue from traditional sources, new media platforms, content piracy, and access to emerging markets. They address these issues by utilizing digital advertising, new business models, mergers and acquisitions, lobbying, litigation, and encryption techniques. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the broadcasting and entertainment industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the broadcasting and entertainment 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. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the broadcasting and entertainment industry
  • match broadcasting and entertainment industry sectors with their products and services
  • recognize the broadcasting and entertainment industry business model
  • differentiate between key competitors in the broadcasting and entertainment industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of broadcasting and entertainment industry challenges
  • match the appropriate strategy to address each broadcasting and entertainment industry challenge

The Capital Markets Industry Overview: Version 2

The capital markets industry is an exciting, fast-paced, and volatile industry. Comprised of investment banks, securities firms, and a variety of other stakeholders, the industry helps companies and governments raise long-term funds on the capital markets. The industry participants deliver various services to their clients, such as underwriting and acting as agents in the issuance of securities (stocks and bonds); assisting and advising companies involved in mergers and acquisition; as well as providing ancillary services including market making and securities trading. With a complex playing field dominated by large, vertically-integrated banks, the capital markets industry suffered a tremendous blow from the global financial crisis of 2007-2009. Since then, the industry has been faced with a more stringent regulatory environment, stronger global competition and an increased need for risk management among other challenges. By consolidating and reorganizing their corporate structures, improving existing risk management processes, deploying new technologies, and by expanding their operations in developing markets, industry players are adopting unique strategies to succeed in the aftermath of the financial crisis. This course is designed to help learners understand key concepts, terminology, issues, and challenges associated with the capital markets Industry, and strategies employed to meet some of those challenges. It will identify the main sectors of the capital markets 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. This course was updated in 2015.
  • identify the main drivers of the capital markets industry
  • match capital markets industry sectors with their products and services
  • recognize the capital markets industry business model
  • rank the top five competitors in the capital markets industry
  • recognize examples of current industry trends
  • recognize examples of capital markets industry challenges
  • match the appropriate strategy to address each capital markets industry challenge
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Industry Overviews Part 3 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252595
  • Duration:
    5 hours
  • Price:
    $199