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UWEBC Boot Camps

uwebc boot camps

UWEBC Boot Camps are designed to help organizations develop and strengthen capabilities in important emerging business practices. Instructed by experts from leading advisory or training firms in the domain or UW-Madison faculty, Boot Camps are augmented with follow-on virtual sessions, facilitated by a UWEBC Practice Directors, that leverage UWEBC’s powerful peer-to-peer collaborative learning model whereby participants are able to deepen their learning and retention by sharing and discussing their experiences applying the concepts and methods taught with fellow Boot Camp participants.

Participation in these Boot Camps is open to members and non-members alike.

Current Boot Camps

uwebc strategy activation boot camp june 2023
Strategy Activation Boot Camp - June 12-14, 2023

In this Boot Camp, you will move from feeling frustrated that you can’t get people on board with change to effectively applying a powerful process that moves people from alignment to adoption and developing a strategy activation plan tailored to your organization. The course will introduce an overall framework as the first step in building your strategy activation practice, providing you with the tools, skills – and confidence – to see your team through the successful execution of your current and future change initiatives.

Join us on June 12-14, 2023, to learn more about strategy activation with Aric Wood, CEO of XPLANE.

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uwebc digital transformation boot camp august 2023
Digital Transformation Boot Camp - August 15-17, 2023

Delve into critical topics that drive successful digital transformations in this exciting new Boot Camp. Starting with an exploration of technology management, you will understand how to align technology with business strategy and drive growth within your organization. Building upon this foundation, you will learn the art of leading technology teams, fostering innovation, and effectively communicating with stakeholders at all levels. You will also gain insights into emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, cloud computing best practices, and the application of Agile and Lean methodologies in technology projects.

Join us on August 15-17, 2023, to learn more about digital transformation for technology leaders with Gustav Toppenberg of Janus Insights LLC.

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uwebc experience management boot camp august 2023
Experience Management Boot Camp - August 23-25, 2023

Learn & Apply Essential XM Principles to Help Your Business Thrive: A Boot Camp in the Discipline of Experience Management will teach the fundamental competencies required to build and mature your XM, CX, and EX programs and provide an unparalleled opportunity to look at your business through a new lens, giving you the language and tools to raise the bar on experiences with your brand.

Join us on August 23-25, 2023, to learn more about experience management with Greg Chase, Head of XM Pros Community & Experience Management Catalyst of the Qualtrics XM Institute.

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uwebc Predictive Analytics and ROI Modeling for the Customer Experience boot camp september 2023
Predictive Analytics and ROI Modeling for the Customer Experience Boot Camp - August 23-25, 2023

Leverage the power of customer experience survey data through predictive analytics and ROI modeling in this exciting Boot Camp which will equip CX trailblazers with a framework, methodology, and cohesive set of analytical tools to tackle challenges head-on.

Join us on September 19-21, 2023, to learn more about predictive analytics and ROI modeling with Scott Broetzmann and David Beinhacker of Customer Care Measurement & Consulting (CCMC).

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Past Boot Camps

Process Mining & Intelligent Automation Boot Camp - May 22-24, 2023

Experience Management Boot Camp - January 2023

Digital Product Management Boot Camp - December 2022

Process Mining & Intelligent Automation Boot Camp - December 2022

Leadership Foundations Master Class - August 2022

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