Navigating Emerging Issues in the Fresh Produce Industry
A digital certification series brought to you by Cornell University External Education/eCornell
The fresh produce industry is ever-evolving, and the current climate of a global pandemic in many ways has accelerated the course of change. Emerging issues impacting our culture, politics and even our workplace are aligning to create a our new normal in the fresh produce industry. This five-part series powered by Cornell University External Education/eCornell faculty members will provide you with the understanding you need to put the puzzle pieces together as the industry – and your business – drive forward.
Attendees who participate in six sessions will receive the certificate from Cornell University. This program is designed for all professionals within the produce industry, there are no prerequisites.
This program is sponsored by:
Change, Disruption and Growth
Key frameworks designed to help you strategize in changing and uncertain environments.
Business of Politics and the Politics of Business
Do business and politics mix? This session will provide an expert look at where the country stands approaching the election
Consumer Behavior Today
Learn why and how consumer behaviors, beliefs and purchasing habits are rapidly changing and how consumers view retailers, brands and products entirely differently.
The Future of Farming and Food: Controlled Environment Agriculture and Disrupting Technologies
Take a deep dive in to controlled atmosphere farming and new technology in agriculture.
Leading Digital Transformation
Digital transformation isn’t just for tech startups. This session will help you develop the digital leadership skills and mindset needed to thrive.
Managing Remote Teams
Learn how the nature of work is fundamentally changing, and how to successfully navigate through the changes.
Pricing & Registration
Tuition for the program includes six digital sessions. All sessions are recorded and available on-demand to registrants to watch on their own schedule.
For questions about this certificate series contact Amanda Griffin, Vice President of Programming and Education at 202-303-3412.