Carnegie Mellon University

Small Business Reboot Camp

Position your small business for success.


March 22-26, 2021 | online | $3,000

The first session of the program is a two-hour, live session with five asynchronous modules throughout the rest of the program.

Small businesses have unique needs, business requirements, and operating considerations. These companies play a significant role in economic communities but rarely have access to the resources corporate teams leverage for growth. As a business owner, entrepreneur, or small enterprise manager, Carnegie Mellon Executive Education will unlock the tools that Fortune 500 companies rely on for success.

Small Business reBoot Camp will help you identify business challenges and apply new tools and approaches to your business with the consultation of top Carnegie Mellon faculty. If recent events have impacted your small business, this program will help assess your business and provide applicable insight to position you for future success.

Key Takeaways

  • Personal strategies for success
  • Application of new technologies to innovate business
  • Business model assessment
  • How to succeed in the new normal

Who should attend?

This program is designed for management and owners of small businesses. Ideal industries include hospitality, service, retail, healthcare, and nonprofit.

Program Topics

  • Future of big data
  • Practical approaches to blockchain
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Internet of Things
  • Virtual and augmented reality

Earn the Carnegie Mellon Certificate in Executive Leadership

Participate in three executive education open enrollment programs in five years to earn Carnegie Mellon’s highest certificate designation for executive education.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CERTIFICATE

Executive Education at Carnegie Mellon

Contact a program director at 412-268-2304 or exec-director@andrew.cmu.edu to learn more.