Hello, This is my first post to this site and I would like to thank everyone in advance for your input. I am an electrical engineer in Canada working for a provincial public utility. In 2009 I completed an MBA at the University of New Brunswick and since then I have moved from a technical engineering position into a management position. My current title is "Manager, Transmission Strategy". Since my role deals with strategy I would like your feedback on if you think it would be beneficial to expand on my strategic knowledge base? When I completed my MBA it was in general management and did cover strategy but did not focus on one specific area. I would like to get your suggestions on distance learning programs that would help me develop my strategic skills. One program I managed to find was the Strategic Management Certificate offered by the Harvard Extension School. One must complete 5 courses which cost about $2,000 each and one course takes about 12 to 15 weeks to complete and can be done online. Strategic Management Certificate | Strategic Management Training at Harvard If I added this to resume do you think it would help my future promotion prospects? Or do you think having an MBA is enough and this certificate isn't worth the effort? If anyone knows of any other programs that would be similar please let me know. Thanks!!!