Assessment Services

Programmatic assessment services are aligned with accreditation and certification requirements associated with assurance of learning including learning outcomes evaluation, quality assurance, measurement of retained student knowledge, and internal and external benchmarking. 

STUDENTS: Please select from the list of items below. We do not recommend purchasing exams in order to practice an exam since these exams may not be the same as what your school has customized for its specific needs.

Accounting & Finance

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Accounting and Finance academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Business Administration

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Business Administration academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Criminal Justice

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Criminal Justice academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Early Childhood Education

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Early Childhood Education academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

General Education

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for General Education (GEN ED) academic requirements that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Global Business Education

A normed, summative assessment services for Business and Business-related academic academic programs located outside of the United States that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Healthcare Administration

A normed, summative assessment service for Healthcare Administration academic degree programs that is used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Public Administration

A nationally normed, summative assessment services for Public Administration academic degree programs that are used for internal and external programmatic evaluation.

Academic Leveling Solutions

Academic leveling helps learners succeed with their business programs by providing foundational knowledge and skills in a broad range of business education topic areas. Academic leveling also provides non-business majors, or learners needing to refresh their knowledge, with the necessary business education fundamentals to complete undergraduate or advanced degrees.

Academic leveling is typically conducted within the first course(s) in the curriculum to assess whether prerequisite requirements have been met and, where appropriate, provide the course work necessary to address any gaps.

Academic Leveling Solutions

Online instructional modules used by academic institutions for academic leveling and assurance of learning requirements. 

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Mentoring

Mentoring is a reciprocal and collaborative at-will relationship that most often occurs between a senior and junior employee for the purpose of the mentee’s growth, learning, and career development.

Delegation

Effective delegation is crucial for management and leadership succession.

Employee Performance Management

An organization’s success is largely dependent on how well every employee performs. This is a 3-5 learner hour module.

Leadership Decision Making

How you go about making a decision can involve as many choices as the decision itself. Sometimes you must take charge, and decide what to do on your own, but you do not want to appear autocratic to your team (particularly in situations where you need their input).

Leadership Styles

The purpose of this module is to explain different styles of leadership, the advantages, and disadvantages of these styles, and when to use these styles so that you can find the styles that work best for you.

Applied Business Leadership and Strategy

The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with leadership, business fundamentals, business integration, and strategy in the workplace.

OneDay Strategy Simulation: An Interactive Learning Experience

This experiential learning simulation develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy. Module instruction includes a combination of assigned readings and simulation. The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with business strategy in the workplace.

Quantitative Research Techniques and Statistics

In the complex and data-driven business environment, effective organizational decision-making must be grounded in sound statistical analyses and research to succeed in a globally competitive world.

Business Communications

Effective business communication is critical in today’s workforce. Through an exchange of verbal or written statements, the ability to communicate is vital in creating an understanding of strategic goals, focus, or events.

Information Management Systems

In the modern business environment, many employees have specific roles and responsibilities related to information management systems, technology, and data systems.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Accounting Fundamentals

This module helps learners understand the foundations and fundamentals of business accounting, including basic financial statement analysis, analytical measures, corporate annual reports, capital investment analysis, internal controls, budgeting, and performance measures.

Business Ethics

In all realms of the business world, ethics and ethical conduct must be the foundation for employee decisions.

Business Finance Fundamentals

Financial managers must be able to convert relevant accounting and tax information into meaningful and actionable information for organizational decision-making.

Business Integration and Strategic Management

Managers must be able to conduct decision-making within an often complex, ambiguous, and evolving business landscape.

Human Resource Management

In many small to medium-sized companies and nonprofit organizations, the human resource function is an additional job responsibility, often for the business owner or other senior leader.

Legal Environment of Business

The legal environment of business is much more than simple compliance with the law; it is also about understanding the legal frameworks in which a business operates so that compliance can be achieved and maintained.

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics examines the ways in which individuals, households, firms, governments, and foreign countries act together and make decisions which affect the entire economy.

Microeconomics

Microeconomics focuses on the individual actions of sellers (producers) and buyers (consumers) and how those actions have consequences for the availability, distribution, and utilization of scarce resources.

Marketing

Marketing involves the design of products and services that customers will value and pricing them appropriately, making them available for purchase at easy points of access in the marketplace, and advertising the benefits.

Operations / Production Management

Synchronizing organizational efforts to produce and maintain the quality of the goods and services is the essential function of the production or operations manager.

Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is the study of individuals and groups within an organizational context, as well as the internal processes and practices that influence the effectiveness of individuals, teams, and organizations.

Global Dimensions of Business

Nearly every business today, large and small, has global relevancy. Leaders at all levels need to understand how a business can be global and gain a broader competitive advantage.

Academic Writing Solutions

Learners must be able to write discussion board posts, short papers, reports, theses, and dissertations at a level commensurate with the standards of the higher education institution.

Academic writing or scholarly writing is nonfiction writing produced as part of academic work. Writing that reports on university research, writing produced by university students, and writing in which scholars analyze culture or propose new theories are all sometimes described as academic writing.

Though the tone, style, content, and organization of academic writing vary across genres and across publication methods, nearly all academic writing shares a relatively formal prose register and frequent reference to other academic work.

Write & Cite: Academic Writing Readiness

Write & Cite® provides learners the skills and knowledge needed not only to write, format, and properly cite papers, but also to think critically to define their research problem, find credible sources, and craft theses or dissertations worthy of publication.

Career Readiness Solutions

As described by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace.

Once in the workplace, employees need to be able to manage their careers, throughout their lifetime.

Career readiness includes the process to prepare learners of any age with the skills and knowledge they will need to be successful in today's workplace environment.

Business School Resource Center

The Resource Center is designed to bridge the gap between business theory and practical application. The Resource Center integrates current global news into the classroom and inspires students to engage in critical thinking about events shaping the world today.

Delegation

Effective delegation is crucial for management and leadership succession.

Leadership Foundations

The importance of leadership in our 21st Century world cannot be understated. Leadership is what differentiates successful organizations from failing ones.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Quality Customer Service

Quality customer service entails providing efficient, quick, and friendly service, building strong relationships with customers, handling complaints quickly, and responding to customers' issues on time.

Technology in the Workplace

Today’s employees are expected to be able to leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Career Management

Career management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one's own professional career.

Career Readiness

Career readiness is the process of preparing learners of any age with the essential skills they will need to find, acquire, maintain, and grow within a job.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

Diversity and Culture in the Global Workplace

We live in a complex, interconnected world where diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advance, forms the fabric of modern society. In this era of globalization, diversity in the business environment is about more than gender, race, and ethnicity.

Emotional Intelligence: Mental Toughness and Resilience

Mental toughness and resilience are becoming scarce commodities in leadership today. You can practice mental toughness and become more resilient to more effectively lead others through the VUCA times.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading with Self-Awareness

Emotions are the invisible hero of both success and failure in the workplace. It is up to you how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals, and quality of your work.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Classroom-Ready News Content Solutions

Learners must be able to relate academic theories with their practical application in today's global workplaces. It is often challenging to find real-world examples and illustrations of these theories that can be readily applied in the classroom.

As described by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), career readiness includes the competency of professionalism: learners must be able to apply what they have learned in the workplace and readily contribute to the organization's mission.

Business School Resource Center

The Resource Center is designed to bridge the gap between business theory and practical application. The Resource Center integrates current global news into the classroom and inspires students to engage in critical thinking about events shaping the world today.

Peregrine Case Studies

All business sectors routinely face common issues and organizational challenges. Today’s business leaders and managers require acumen and skill to successfully confront these issues and challenges.

Experiential Learning Solutions

Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience and is more specifically defined as learning through reflection on doing. According to David Kolb (1984), this type of learning can be defined as "the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience. Knowledge results from the combinations of grasping and transforming the experience."

In today's workplaces and higher education situations, simulations provide experiential learning opportunities for employees and students. A simulation allows the learner to learn a new skill, practice that skill, and learn from the results.

The learning hub is OneDay, a multi-episode Interactive Learning eXperience (I-L-X) business simulation.

Business Leadership, Operations, and Strategy

This module develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy, marketing, communications, leadership, and teamwork into a workplace environment.

Applied Business Leadership and Strategy

The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with leadership, business fundamentals, business integration, and strategy in the workplace.

OneDay Strategy Simulation: An Interactive Learning Experience

This experiential learning simulation develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy. Module instruction includes a combination of assigned readings and simulation. The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with business strategy in the workplace.

Soft Skills Assessment Solutions

Developing career ready graduates who can demonstrate they have the soft skills to succeed is a priority consideration for employers, accreditors, and higher education institutions. However, objectively measuring soft skill related learning outcomes can be a challenge.

As described by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace.

EvaluSkills: Workplace Skills Assessment

High potential leaders have a significant impact on an organization’s bottom-line, which is why leadership development is so critical for businesses large and small.  But how do you decide what your employees need in order to be more effective leaders?  

EvaluSkills: Workplace Skills Assessment is a customizable 360-degree feedback process that enables you to measure your employee’s leadership and soft skill proficiency, and use that information for both individual and organizational improvement.

Business Leadership, Operations, and Strategy

This module develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy, marketing, communications, leadership, and teamwork into a workplace environment.

OneDay Strategy Simulation: An Interactive Learning Experience

This experiential learning simulation develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy. Module instruction includes a combination of assigned readings and simulation. The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with business strategy in the workplace.

Workplace Skills Development Solutions

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) defines career readiness as the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace. There is an expectation by employers that colleges and universities prepare graduates for today's workplaces. Similar expectations exist throughout the world.

The definition and competencies provide for development of curriculum and instruction that will close the gap between higher education and the world of work. They lay the foundation for the work necessary to prepare college students at all academic levels for successful entry, re-entry, or advancement within the workforce.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading with Self-Awareness

Emotions are the invisible hero of both success and failure in the workplace. It is up to you how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals, and quality of your work.

Diversity and Culture in the Global Workplace

We live in a complex, interconnected world where diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advance, forms the fabric of modern society. In this era of globalization, diversity in the business environment is about more than gender, race, and ethnicity.

Applied Ethics

Ethical conduct is the centerpiece of good leadership and organizational effectiveness, and your ethical conduct will shape and define your messages and the media you choose for your business communication.

Nonprofit Board Governance

Lead your nonprofit to change the world. There are many types of nonprofit boards, including those that serve foundations, organizations that provide services to enhance the public good, and government.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

The Continuous Quality Improvement Team

Continuous Improvement is a concept that will benefit all organizations. The basic idea is that the employees know best how to make the incremental changes that will improve operations.

Quality Customer Service

Quality customer service entails providing efficient, quick, and friendly service, building strong relationships with customers, handling complaints quickly, and responding to customers' issues on time.

Technology in the Workplace

Today’s employees are expected to be able to leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.

Applied Research and Statistics

Applied research projects in industry and in higher education are typically structured around a research approach that includes a topic, problem statement, research questions, hypotheses, statistical testing, and analysis of the results.

Hiring

A great organization cannot be built without great people.  How many organizations are as rigorous about hiring or as comfortable evaluating job candidates as they are deciding on an investment proposal?  

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

Remote Employees, Virtual Teams, and Returning to the Office

Although a remote workplace is not new, many organizations in response to the Global Pandemic have shifted their workforce to a remote environment. This condition will last many months as the situation develops.

Accounting Fundamentals

This module helps learners understand the foundations and fundamentals of business accounting, including basic financial statement analysis, analytical measures, corporate annual reports, capital investment analysis, internal controls, budgeting, and performance measures.

Applied Business Leadership and Strategy

The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with leadership, business fundamentals, business integration, and strategy in the workplace.

Quantitative Research Techniques and Statistics

In the complex and data-driven business environment, effective organizational decision-making must be grounded in sound statistical analyses and research to succeed in a globally competitive world.

Business Communications

Effective business communication is critical in today’s workforce. Through an exchange of verbal or written statements, the ability to communicate is vital in creating an understanding of strategic goals, focus, or events.

Business Writing Fundamentals

In nearly any workplace situation, writing is something you will be expected to do continuously and expected to do well. Our writing style signals our leadership abilities; clear, effective, and appropriate written communication conveys both intelligence and dependability.

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Write & Cite: Academic Writing Readiness

Write & Cite® provides learners the skills and knowledge needed not only to write, format, and properly cite papers, but also to think critically to define their research problem, find credible sources, and craft theses or dissertations worthy of publication.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Information Management Systems

In the modern business environment, many employees have specific roles and responsibilities related to information management systems, technology, and data systems.

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Business Finance Fundamentals

Financial managers must be able to convert relevant accounting and tax information into meaningful and actionable information for organizational decision-making.

Business Integration and Strategic Management

Managers must be able to conduct decision-making within an often complex, ambiguous, and evolving business landscape.

Human Resource Management

In many small to medium-sized companies and nonprofit organizations, the human resource function is an additional job responsibility, often for the business owner or other senior leader.

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics examines the ways in which individuals, households, firms, governments, and foreign countries act together and make decisions which affect the entire economy.

Microeconomics

Microeconomics focuses on the individual actions of sellers (producers) and buyers (consumers) and how those actions have consequences for the availability, distribution, and utilization of scarce resources.

Operations / Production Management

Synchronizing organizational efforts to produce and maintain the quality of the goods and services is the essential function of the production or operations manager.

Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is the study of individuals and groups within an organizational context, as well as the internal processes and practices that influence the effectiveness of individuals, teams, and organizations.

Emotional Intelligence: Mental Toughness and Resilience

Mental toughness and resilience are becoming scarce commodities in leadership today. You can practice mental toughness and become more resilient to more effectively lead others through the VUCA times.

Global Dimensions of Business

Nearly every business today, large and small, has global relevancy. Leaders at all levels need to understand how a business can be global and gain a broader competitive advantage.

Career Management

Career management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one's own professional career.

Career Readiness

Career readiness is the process of preparing learners of any age with the essential skills they will need to find, acquire, maintain, and grow within a job.

OneDay Strategy Simulation: An Interactive Learning Experience

This experiential learning simulation develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy. Module instruction includes a combination of assigned readings and simulation. The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with business strategy in the workplace.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Business Ethics

In all realms of the business world, ethics and ethical conduct must be the foundation for employee decisions.

Legal Environment of Business

The legal environment of business is much more than simple compliance with the law; it is also about understanding the legal frameworks in which a business operates so that compliance can be achieved and maintained.

Marketing

Marketing involves the design of products and services that customers will value and pricing them appropriately, making them available for purchase at easy points of access in the marketplace, and advertising the benefits.

Filling Curriculum Gaps Solutions

Traditional academic programs that are transitioning to online must have engaging, relevant instructional content. Simply reading material is not sufficient for today's learners.

Online courses also need to engage learners throughout the learning process. Learners do best when they can readily apply what they are learning through online interaction to cement new knowledge.

Using online components as homework assignments can significantly enhance in-person professional development programs so that in-person time can be focused more on application and shared learning.

Applied Research and Statistics

Applied research projects in industry and in higher education are typically structured around a research approach that includes a topic, problem statement, research questions, hypotheses, statistical testing, and analysis of the results.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading with Self-Awareness

Emotions are the invisible hero of both success and failure in the workplace. It is up to you how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals, and quality of your work.

Diversity and Culture in the Global Workplace

We live in a complex, interconnected world where diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advance, forms the fabric of modern society. In this era of globalization, diversity in the business environment is about more than gender, race, and ethnicity.

Nonprofit Board Governance

Lead your nonprofit to change the world. There are many types of nonprofit boards, including those that serve foundations, organizations that provide services to enhance the public good, and government.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

The Continuous Quality Improvement Team

Continuous Improvement is a concept that will benefit all organizations. The basic idea is that the employees know best how to make the incremental changes that will improve operations.

Quality Customer Service

Quality customer service entails providing efficient, quick, and friendly service, building strong relationships with customers, handling complaints quickly, and responding to customers' issues on time.

Technology in the Workplace

Today’s employees are expected to be able to leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.

Applied Business Leadership and Strategy

The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with leadership, business fundamentals, business integration, and strategy in the workplace.

Quantitative Research Techniques and Statistics

In the complex and data-driven business environment, effective organizational decision-making must be grounded in sound statistical analyses and research to succeed in a globally competitive world.

Business Communications

Effective business communication is critical in today’s workforce. Through an exchange of verbal or written statements, the ability to communicate is vital in creating an understanding of strategic goals, focus, or events.

Business Writing Fundamentals

In nearly any workplace situation, writing is something you will be expected to do continuously and expected to do well. Our writing style signals our leadership abilities; clear, effective, and appropriate written communication conveys both intelligence and dependability.

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Information Management Systems

In the modern business environment, many employees have specific roles and responsibilities related to information management systems, technology, and data systems.

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Accounting Fundamentals

This module helps learners understand the foundations and fundamentals of business accounting, including basic financial statement analysis, analytical measures, corporate annual reports, capital investment analysis, internal controls, budgeting, and performance measures.

Business Finance Fundamentals

Financial managers must be able to convert relevant accounting and tax information into meaningful and actionable information for organizational decision-making.

Business Integration and Strategic Management

Managers must be able to conduct decision-making within an often complex, ambiguous, and evolving business landscape.

Human Resource Management

In many small to medium-sized companies and nonprofit organizations, the human resource function is an additional job responsibility, often for the business owner or other senior leader.

Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics examines the ways in which individuals, households, firms, governments, and foreign countries act together and make decisions which affect the entire economy.

Microeconomics

Microeconomics focuses on the individual actions of sellers (producers) and buyers (consumers) and how those actions have consequences for the availability, distribution, and utilization of scarce resources.

Operations / Production Management

Synchronizing organizational efforts to produce and maintain the quality of the goods and services is the essential function of the production or operations manager.

Organizational Behavior

Organizational behavior is the study of individuals and groups within an organizational context, as well as the internal processes and practices that influence the effectiveness of individuals, teams, and organizations.

Remote Employees, Virtual Teams, and Returning to the Office

Although a remote workplace is not new, many organizations in response to the Global Pandemic have shifted their workforce to a remote environment. This condition will last many months as the situation develops.

Emotional Intelligence: Mental Toughness and Resilience

Mental toughness and resilience are becoming scarce commodities in leadership today. You can practice mental toughness and become more resilient to more effectively lead others through the VUCA times.

Global Dimensions of Business

Nearly every business today, large and small, has global relevancy. Leaders at all levels need to understand how a business can be global and gain a broader competitive advantage.

Career Management

Career management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one's own professional career.

Career Readiness

Career readiness is the process of preparing learners of any age with the essential skills they will need to find, acquire, maintain, and grow within a job.

Hiring

A great organization cannot be built without great people.  How many organizations are as rigorous about hiring or as comfortable evaluating job candidates as they are deciding on an investment proposal?  

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

OneDay Strategy Simulation: An Interactive Learning Experience

This experiential learning simulation develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy. Module instruction includes a combination of assigned readings and simulation. The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with business strategy in the workplace.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Business Ethics

In all realms of the business world, ethics and ethical conduct must be the foundation for employee decisions.

Legal Environment of Business

The legal environment of business is much more than simple compliance with the law; it is also about understanding the legal frameworks in which a business operates so that compliance can be achieved and maintained.

Marketing

Marketing involves the design of products and services that customers will value and pricing them appropriately, making them available for purchase at easy points of access in the marketplace, and advertising the benefits.

Leadership Development Solutions

No successful team, department, business unit, or organization would be where it is today without effective leadership. Effective leadership is always one of the main and primary drivers for growth, development, and innovation. Leadership is about inspiring and motivating people to work together towards a common goal.

Effective leadership is critically important within today's dynamic and diverse workplaces. Leadership effectiveness enables both teams and individuals to reach their potential.

Business Ethics

In all realms of the business world, ethics and ethical conduct must be the foundation for employee decisions.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Business Leadership, Operations, and Strategy

This module develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy, marketing, communications, leadership, and teamwork into a workplace environment.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading with Self-Awareness

Emotions are the invisible hero of both success and failure in the workplace. It is up to you how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals, and quality of your work.

Emotional Intelligence: Mental Toughness and Resilience

Mental toughness and resilience are becoming scarce commodities in leadership today. You can practice mental toughness and become more resilient to more effectively lead others through the VUCA times.

Leadership in the Stages of Team Development

This module explains the Tuckman Model and shows how to effectively lead your teams in each of the stages.

Nonprofit Board Governance

Lead your nonprofit to change the world. There are many types of nonprofit boards, including those that serve foundations, organizations that provide services to enhance the public good, and government.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Delegation

Effective delegation is crucial for management and leadership succession.

Employee Performance Management

An organization’s success is largely dependent on how well every employee performs. This is a 3-5 learner hour module.

Leadership Decision Making

How you go about making a decision can involve as many choices as the decision itself. Sometimes you must take charge, and decide what to do on your own, but you do not want to appear autocratic to your team (particularly in situations where you need their input).

Leadership Foundations

The importance of leadership in our 21st Century world cannot be understated. Leadership is what differentiates successful organizations from failing ones.

Leadership Refresher

Challenges can arise at any time, and to be an effective leader you need to be able to respond to those challenges with intelligence, strategy, and expertise.

Leadership Styles

The purpose of this module is to explain different styles of leadership, the advantages, and disadvantages of these styles, and when to use these styles so that you can find the styles that work best for you.

Mentoring

Mentoring is a reciprocal and collaborative at-will relationship that most often occurs between a senior and junior employee for the purpose of the mentee’s growth, learning, and career development.

Supervision

Leadership is about earning trust and respect through modeled behaviors and actions.

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Supervisor-Manager Development Solutions

First line supervisors, including team leaders, supervisors, and managers, are vital for conveying the leader's vision and goals to secure buy-in, accomplish work, and advance change. First line supervisors are directly responsible for one or more individuals of an organizational team.

Supervisors create and oversee their team's workflow, or the tasks required to complete a job. Supervisors must define goals, communicate objectives, and manage team performance.

Business Ethics

In all realms of the business world, ethics and ethical conduct must be the foundation for employee decisions.

Business Leadership

Leadership forms part of nearly every employee’s job description. Businesses today require employees able to take the initiative, find innovative solutions, act like an entrepreneur, and lead others towards organizational success.

Delegation

Effective delegation is crucial for management and leadership succession.

Employee Performance Management

An organization’s success is largely dependent on how well every employee performs. This is a 3-5 learner hour module.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

Leadership Decision Making

How you go about making a decision can involve as many choices as the decision itself. Sometimes you must take charge, and decide what to do on your own, but you do not want to appear autocratic to your team (particularly in situations where you need their input).

Leadership Foundations

The importance of leadership in our 21st Century world cannot be understated. Leadership is what differentiates successful organizations from failing ones.

Leadership Refresher

Challenges can arise at any time, and to be an effective leader you need to be able to respond to those challenges with intelligence, strategy, and expertise.

Leadership Styles

The purpose of this module is to explain different styles of leadership, the advantages, and disadvantages of these styles, and when to use these styles so that you can find the styles that work best for you.

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

Leading Teams

Understanding the dynamics of effective team leadership means better output, happier and more inspired people, and a smoother workflow.

Managing Conflict

No matter how much we all try to avoid it, no matter how good a communicator we are or how effective a leader, conflict is inevitable. And not all of it is bad!

Mentoring

Mentoring is a reciprocal and collaborative at-will relationship that most often occurs between a senior and junior employee for the purpose of the mentee’s growth, learning, and career development.

Supervision

Leadership is about earning trust and respect through modeled behaviors and actions.

Business Leadership, Operations, and Strategy

This module develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy, marketing, communications, leadership, and teamwork into a workplace environment.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Leadership Essentials

Everyone has the potential to be a great leader, but great leadership does not just happen. Great leaders intentionally create a plan, a road map, for developing themselves in the type of leader that others want to follow.

Leading Change

Being able to lead your teams through change is one of the most important talents today’s leaders can have.

Leading the Leaders

This module is for those who are looking to step into the highest tier of leadership, where you are leading others like you and inspiring them to lead others in turn.

Organizational Development Solutions

It is difficult to overestimate the importance of organizational development as it relates to the success of business because it affects every aspect of decision-making. Organizational development is a critical and science-based process that helps organizations build their capacity to change and achieve greater effectiveness by developing, improving, and reinforcing strategies, structures, and processes.

Business Leadership, Operations, and Strategy

This module develops the professional knowledge and soft skills necessary for understanding and applying business strategy, marketing, communications, leadership, and teamwork into a workplace environment.

Diversity and Culture in the Global Workplace

We live in a complex, interconnected world where diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advance, forms the fabric of modern society. In this era of globalization, diversity in the business environment is about more than gender, race, and ethnicity.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

Remote Employees, Virtual Teams, and Returning to the Office

Although a remote workplace is not new, many organizations in response to the Global Pandemic have shifted their workforce to a remote environment. This condition will last many months as the situation develops.

Nonprofit Board Governance

Lead your nonprofit to change the world. There are many types of nonprofit boards, including those that serve foundations, organizations that provide services to enhance the public good, and government.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Technology in the Workplace

Today’s employees are expected to be able to leverage existing digital technologies ethically and efficiently to solve problems, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.

Applied Research and Statistics

Applied research projects in industry and in higher education are typically structured around a research approach that includes a topic, problem statement, research questions, hypotheses, statistical testing, and analysis of the results.

Hiring

A great organization cannot be built without great people.  How many organizations are as rigorous about hiring or as comfortable evaluating job candidates as they are deciding on an investment proposal?  

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

Emotional Intelligence Solutions

Each day, you must make decisions, and most of them are influenced in some way by your emotions. With a high degree of emotional intelligence, also known as emotional quotient (EQ), in the workplace, a person uses social skills, self-awareness, motivation and self-regulation to acknowledge, comprehend, regulate and reason using the emotions.

By incorporating the different human emotions into the workplace, team members collaborate better, and the workplace it will be a happier environment for everyone.

Emotional intelligence is recognizing and understanding your emotions and those of others. By using emotional understanding, you can make decisions, solve problems, and communicate more effectively.

Emotional Intelligence: Leading with Self-Awareness

Emotions are the invisible hero of both success and failure in the workplace. It is up to you how emotions will influence your creativity, ability to achieve goals, and quality of your work.

Emotional Intelligence: Mental Toughness and Resilience

Mental toughness and resilience are becoming scarce commodities in leadership today. You can practice mental toughness and become more resilient to more effectively lead others through the VUCA times.

Assurance of Learning Solutions

Peregrine Global Services assists institutions of higher education throughout the world with accreditation-focused solutions related to assessment, quality assurance, governance, accreditation application, and accreditation team development. Such solutions include online instructional modules specific to assurance of learning, in-person/virtual training sessions, accreditation document review, faculty development, strategic planning workshops, academic program review, new program development, and accreditation submission reviews. All solutions can be customized to institution depending upon the specific accreditation needs, both institutional and programmatic.

Assurance of Learning

Assurance of Learning (AoL), which is driven largely by governmental and accreditation agencies, refers primarily to using quantitative and qualitative results to demonstrate whether learners have achieved learning goals.

Workplace Communication Solutions

Communication in the workplace is one of the signs of a high-performance culture. Effective communication occurs when a message is sent and received accurately. In every aspect of life, both professional and personal, effective communication is important to success and happiness.

Effective communication in the workplace is central to all business goals. Communication can be formal, informal, internal, or external. Effective communication is the key to achieving long-term success, so make sure you follow the above outline strategies.

Such communications include verbal, nonverbal, and written communications. The most common source of workplace conflict is poor communications, which can reduce a manager’s leadership effectiveness by 20% or more. 

Business Writing Fundamentals

In nearly any workplace situation, writing is something you will be expected to do continuously and expected to do well. Our writing style signals our leadership abilities; clear, effective, and appropriate written communication conveys both intelligence and dependability.

Business Communications

Effective business communication is critical in today’s workforce. Through an exchange of verbal or written statements, the ability to communicate is vital in creating an understanding of strategic goals, focus, or events.

Leadership Communications

Rising to the challenge of leadership has so much to do with your ability to communicate clearly and effectively.

Executive Education Solutions

Senior leaders must stay current and relevant in their profession and possess both the technical and soft skills necessary to lead at the highest levels of the organization. Key performance indicators for senior leaders include strategic thinking, complex problem solving, and teamwork. Perhaps most importantly, senior leaders need business, strategic, and financial acumen. Senior leaders must be able to achieve and sustain extraordinary outcomes by engaging others to achieve the organization’s vision.

Entrepreneurialism

Contrary to traditional belief, entrepreneurism is not just about making money, nor is it merely about starting up a venture or owning a small business. Rather, entrepreneurism is a way of life, applicable to all human economic activities.

Mentoring

Mentoring is a reciprocal and collaborative at-will relationship that most often occurs between a senior and junior employee for the purpose of the mentee’s growth, learning, and career development.

A Focus on Your Customers

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader at the director, chief, vice president, or president levels.

Corporate Ethics

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader at the director, chief, vice president, or president levels.

Corporate Governance

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader.

Organizational Leadership

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader at the director, chief, vice president, or president levels.

Organizational Performance Management

This module on organizational performance management introduces you to such holistic measures.

The Workforce

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader at the director, chief, vice president, or president levels.

Hiring

A great organization cannot be built without great people.  How many organizations are as rigorous about hiring or as comfortable evaluating job candidates as they are deciding on an investment proposal?  

Strategy and Strategic Planning

This module is designed for managers and junior executives seeking to transition to an organizational leader at the director, chief, vice president, or president levels.

Nonprofit Board Governance

Lead your nonprofit to change the world. There are many types of nonprofit boards, including those that serve foundations, organizations that provide services to enhance the public good, and government.

Family-Owned Business

A family business is a commercial organization in which decision-making is influenced by multiple generations of a family, related by blood, marriage, or adoption, who has both the ability to influence the vision of the business and the willingness to use this ability to pursue distinctive goals.

Applied Business Leadership and Strategy

The purpose of this module is to learn, develop, and apply the professional knowledge and soft skills associated with leadership, business fundamentals, business integration, and strategy in the workplace.

Leading Organizations

Leadership is about fighting through the chaos of the moment to see and understand the perspective of the situation.

Your Bridge to Supervision Series

The Bridge to Supervision series provides you with the expertise of real leaders and the ability to cross your bridge at your own pace. This online supervisor training is great for new and current supervisors.

Each session includes a short virtual seminar and an online module. The seminars bring to life the content within the modules – giving you practical advice for application. Invest in the full series or take advantage of a single session. We have designed this program to give you the power to choose. Powered by our unique brand of storytelling, participants have access to online content for two full years so you can refresh your knowledge throughout your journey.

Understanding Leadership

This item includes access to view the first installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Understanding Leadership on May 13th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Understanding Leadership.

Supervisor Transitions

This item includes access to view the second installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Supervisor Transitions on May 27th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Supervisor Transitions.

Supervisor Communications and Ethics

This item includes access to view the third installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Supervisor Communications and Ethics on June 10th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Supervisor Communications and Ethics.

Preparing for the Supervisory Challenge

This item includes access to view the fourth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Preparing for the Supervisory Challenge on June 24th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Preparing for the Supervisory Challenge.

Supervising Your Team

This item includes access to view the fourth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Supervising Your Team on July 8th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Supervising Your Team.

Solving Team Performance Issues

This item includes access to view the sixth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Solving Team Performance Issues on July 22nd, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Solving Team Performance Issues.

Developing Your Team

This item includes access to view the seventh installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Developing Your Team on August 5th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Developing Your Team.

Workplace Compliance and Safety

This item includes access to view the eighth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Workplace Compliance and Safety on August 19th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Workplace Compliance and Safety.

Planning and Organizing

This item includes access to view the ninth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Planning and Organizing on September 2nd, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Planning and Organizing.

Ethics and Stakeholder Engagement

This item includes access to view the tenth installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Ethics and Stakeholder Engagement on September 16th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Understanding Ethics and Stakeholder Engagement.

Leading Your Team Through Change

This item includes access to view the eleventh installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Leading Your Team Through Change on September 30th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Leading Your Team Through Change.

Continuous Quality Improvement

This item includes access to view the final installment of the Your Bridge to Supervision series: Continuous Quality Improvement on October 14th, 2021, as well as the content for the module Supervision: Continuous Quality Improvement.

Your Bridge to Supervision - Package

This item includes access to all 12 seminars and modules for the Your Bridge to Supervision series.

Peregrine Pathways

Discovering the Power of Diversity

Brought to you by Peregrine Pathways, you will receive access to an engaging online course and a 90-minute seminar focused on application and hosted by our leadership experts. Join the seminar live on January 20th, 2022, at 2:00 pm MT or you can view the on-demand recording!

Fulfilling Customer Expectations

Brought to you by Peregrine Pathways, you will receive access to an engaging online course and two 90-minute seminar focused on application and hosted by our leadership experts. Included seminars can be attended live or you can view the on-demand recording: 

  • Customer Service Foundations – February 3rd, 2002, at 2:00 pm MT 

  • Reaching You Customer Service Potential – February 17th, 2022, at 2:00 pm MT 

Mastering the Hybrid Workplace

Brought to you by Peregrine Pathways, you will receive access to an engaging online course and a 90-minute seminar focused on application and hosted by our leadership experts. Join the seminar live on March 3rd, 2022, at 2:00 pm MT or you can view the on-demand recording!