The Georgia Institute of Technology College of Management and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) have created a cable industry management development program to advance the practical management skills of high-potential, mid-level cable engineering and operations management professionals.

The newest resource in the growing SCTE Leadership Institute will offer participants the opportunity to acquire or improve the strategic and tactical skills needed to succeed within corporate environments, plan and execute projects and manage in-house and external resources.

The program is designed to complement the successful SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program at Dartmouth College, which is focused on the development of leadership, organizational and communication skills for executives at or near the top of cable’s technology workforce pyramid.?

Scheduled to debut May 7-11, 2012, the SCTE-Georgia Tech program is a one-week course that will be conducted annually on Georgia Tech’s Atlanta campus. The immersive curriculum will include a broad mix of classes that have a particular emphasis on the practical needs of cable professionals, including:

  • Developing a Technology Strategic Plan
  • Understanding Financial Statements for the Cable Industry
  • Managing Technology Projects
  • Leading and Managing High-Performing Teams
  • Understanding Outsourcing Arrangements
  • Cable Industry Technology and Business Trends
  • Justifying Technology Investments for Network Expansion and Reliability
  • Radio Frequency Network Management
  • Managing Change in Technology Implementations
  • Managing Vendors in the Cable Industry

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