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ZBGlobal Design Center-Project Management and Leadership Development

One size fits one, not all. ZBglobal Design Center brings you custom solutions in project management, leadership development and organizational innovation. Our hands-on Management and Leadership Workshop Series and our E-learning to Go courses meet the diverse needs of today’s busy professional and the organizations they represent. In addition to online multi-media learning courses and interactive face to face workshops, ZBglobal has a robust product portfolio in 360 Degree assessments, workforce surveys, project management knowledge and innovation instruments, simulations – all of which are customized to immediately link learning to your business results. ZeroBoundary Inc. is a registered global vendor with the Project Management Institute and is an active research collaborator with the University of California Extended Studies divisions at UCSD, UCI and UC Santa Cruz in the Silicon Valley.



"[Musicians] talk of nothing but money and jobs. Give me businessmen every time. They really are interested in music and art."

- Jean Sibelius, explaining why he rarely invited musicians to his home.