Engage Your Employees
Engage your employees with a customized business acumen training experience that dives into your numbers, your strategy, and decisions that impact their careers.
Virtual Business Acumen Training
Our customized Building Business Essentials® course will help any professional from any industry understand the big picture of their business, improve their track record of success, align decisions to corporate strategy, fix present problems and prevent new ones, break down communication barriers, take advantage of opportunities to grow, and much more.
Building Business Acumen for Sales
We're excited to announce the official launch of our Building Business Acumen for Sales Professionals Program! During this course, participants will become more efficient in identifying, analyzing, building, and presenting growth opportunities to customer organizations. And they'll be able to directly tie opportunities to customers’ KPI’s and unique strategies, and create customized presentation for each buyer or stakeholder within an organization.
Why Business Acumen is Essential for Healthcare
Business acumen and healthcare aren’t something that we necessarily think about in the same sentence…but they SHOULD be. Acumen Learning’s President, Ben Cook has worked with different facets of the healthcare industry for years, and in this video, he highlights why it’s important that your team has great business acumen. The world of healthcare is complex. And each part of the industry has a different set of priorities they need to focus on in order to succeed. The pharmaceutical and medical device portions of the industry focus on getting innovations to market to drive patient outcomes. Providers focus on operational efficiencies while driving patient impact. The insurance portion of the industry focuses on member advocacy, operational efficiency, and risk management. Regardless of where you are at in the healthcare industry, there is a deep need for better business acumen. Understanding how your organization makes money, how that money is used to further your mission and success, and what each person can do to further impact your organization and your customers is progressively getting more vital given the interdependency of the industry’s constituent parts, the complexity of the regulatory environment, and the global nature of competition and patients’ needs. Competency is now more vital than ever to your success as a leader and as an organization.