MVOMT Program Details

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Master Virtual Organization Management Trainer (MVOMT) Program Details


Basic MVOMT Program Information


Basic Enrollment Information for the Master Designation Class  (Sep of Year 1 – Jun of Year 3)


Official School Breaks


MVOMT Program Highlights


MVOMT Program Course Schedule and Requirements


Basic MVOMT Program Information

  • Type of Program:       Master Designation Program
  • Program Name:       Master Virtual Organization Management Trainer (MVOMT) Program
  • Official Designation:       MVOMT ™
  • Program Length:       2-Year Program
  • Program Fee:       $33,695
  • Name of Class:       Master Designation Class
  • Class Period:       September of Year 1 – May 31 of Year 3
  • Oral Defense of Case Study:       between March 1 – May 31 of Year 3
  • Oral Defense Application Deadline:       10 days prior requested defense date
  • Official Graduation Day:       Thursday, June of Year 3
  • Commencement Ceremony Rehearsal Date:       Tuesday, June of Year 3
  • Commencement Ceremony Date:       Thursday, June of Year 3

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Basic Enrollment Information for the Master Designation Class of 20XX (September of Year 1 – June of Year 3)

  • Application Deadline Date:       July 31st by 5 pm PST USA
  • Notification of Admissions Board Decision:       No later than August 15 by 5 pm PST USA
  • Official First Day of Class:
    • For USA & The Americas Students:      September of Year 1 from 11 am-12 pm PST USA    
      (Go to https://timeanddate.com/ for your corresponding time zone)
    • For Europe-Asia-Africa students:      September of Year 1 from 3 am-4 am PST USA    
      (Go to https://timeanddate.com/ for your corresponding time zone)
  • Virtual Campus Orientation (for new students):
    • Date:       Thursday of the week prior beginning of class
    • Time:
  • Enrollment Support Info:

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Official School Breaks

  • Thanksgiving Break:       3rd week of November
  • Holiday Season Break:       3rd week of December
  • Summer Break:*       June break – August 31st

* does not apply to Case Study or Research Sabbatical participants

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MVOMT Program Highlights

  • Summary Data
    • Total number of courses: 23
    • Total number of lecture hours: 92 hours
    • Number of experiential projects: 23
    • Total experiential project hours: 743 hours
    • Number of practicums: 8
    • Total number of practicum hours: 48 hours
    • 1-year case study: min of 832 hours
    • Grand total program hours: 1715
    • Passing grade for each course: 80% – 100%
  • Guaranteed Enrollment Promise:
    • If you meet our admission requirements, we guarantee your enrollment regardless of credit or income.
  • Course Highlights:
    • All courses are provided in lecture format by your instructor, live and in real-time, via videoconference.
    • Percentage of Total Grade. The lecture portion of the program represents 10% of the total grade.
  • Experiential Project Highlights:
    • There is no substitute for doing. Each experiential project deals with a real and specific virtual organization management issue at VOMI; and is designed to allow you to develop self-efficacy [and] competence in the subject matter discussed.
    • Percentage of Total Grade. The experiential portion of the program represents 30% of the total grade.
  • Practicum Highlights:
    • There is no substitute for doing. Upon completion of all courses and prior graduation, you will conduct a combined total of 8 virtual organization conferences and training sessions. You are required to devote a minimum amount of 48 hours toward the 8 practicums. Your final grade will reflect your presentation performance at these events.
    • Percentage of Total Grade. The practicum portion of the program represents 10% of the total grade.
  • 1-Year Case Study Highlights:
    • There is no substitute for doing. Upon completion of all courses, you will conduct virtual organization management [training] either internally or at an organization assigned by VOMI; and will prepare case study outlining procedures used, documenting results, and lessons learned. You are required to devote a minimum amount of 832 hours (min 16 hours per week) toward this case study.
    • Oral Defense of Case Study.     A successful oral defense of case study between March 1 – May 31 is required in order to graduate and obtain the MVOMT designation.
    • Oral Defense Application Deadline.     An oral defense application form must be filled out online and submitted at least 10 days prior to the requested defense date.
    • Percentage of Total Grade.     The case study and defense portion of the program represents 50% of the total grade.
  • Time Zone Information for All Courses and Events: All courses and events are shown in PST (Pacific Standard Time) USA. To find the corresponding time for your country and/or city time zone, please go to https://www.timeanddate.com

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MVOMT Program Course Schedule & Requirements

List of Courses:

  1.    Universal Virtual Organization Code of Ethics: A Priori Ethics
  2.    A Global Need for Principled Leadership
  3.    A Global Need for Principled Leaders
  4.    A Global Need for Principled Geopolitical Leaders
  5.    Treatise On Political Evolution
  6.    The Digital Currency Manifesto
  7.    Virtual Organization 101: What is a Virtual Organization?
  8.    What is Virtual Organization Management?
  9.    Virtual Internship 101: Best Practices, Policies and Procedures
  10.    Virtual Organization Recruitment: Best Practices, Policies and Procedures
  11.    Virtual Organization Fundamentals
  12.    From Virtual Chaos to Managing a Virtual Organization
  13.    Virtual Organization Insourcing & Training
  14.    Managing the Transition to Strategic VOM Business Partner
  15.    Managing the Transition to Strategic VOR Business Partner
  16.    Virtualization of the Workforce: Managing the Transition
  17.    Virtualization of the Workspace: Making the Right Choice
  18.    Virtualization Convergence: The Holy Grail
  19.    Global Dimensions of Virtual Organization Management
  20.    Global Aspects of Virtual Organization Recruitment
  21.    Making the Case for a Chief Virtual Organization Architect and Inclusion in the Boardroom
  22.    Training The VOM Trainer
  23.    Training The VOR Trainer

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MVOMT Practicums

  • There is no substitute for doing. Upon completion of all courses and prior graduation, you will conduct, under your instructor’s supervision, a combined total of 8 virtual organization seminars and webinars. You are required to devote a minimum amount of 48 hours toward the 8 practicums. Your final grade will reflect your presentation performance at these events.
  • Summary of Practicum Requirements:
    • Total Number of Practicums: 8
    • Total Practicum Hours: 48 hours
    • Practicums Timeline: June 1 of Year 2 – May 31 of Year 3
    • Final Date for All Practicums: May 31 of Year 3

1-Year Case Study & Oral Defense

  • There is no substitute for doing. Upon completion of all courses, you will conduct virtual organization management training either internally or at an organization assigned by VOMI; and will prepare case study outlining procedures used, documenting results, and lessons learned. You are required to devote a minimum amount of 832 hours (min 16 hours per week) toward this case study.
  • Summary of Case Study Requirements:
    • Case Study Hours:     832 hours minimum
    • Case Study Timeline (including oral defense):     June 1 of Year 2 – May 31 of Year 3. Case study papers should be completed by February 28 of Year 3 in order to allow sufficient time to prepare for and apply for defense.
    • Final Due Date for Case Study Papers:     February 28 of Year 3
    • Oral Defense of Case Study.     A successful oral defense of case study between March 1 – May 31 of Year 3 is required in order to graduate and obtain the MVOMT designation.
    • Oral Defense Timeline:     March 1 – May 31 of Year 3
    • Oral Defense Application Deadline:    An oral defense application form must be filled out online and submitted at least 10 days prior to the requested defense date.
    • Final Date for Oral Defense:     May 31 of Year 3

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