Business Administration

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Business Administration

The Business Administration is aimed at individuals who have experience of office-based skills. The units aim to show the ability to negotiate, supervise, manage and contribute to the running of an office. There is a wide range of units and the qualification is competence-based.

Business administration is a wide field that incorporates many types of management positions. From major corporations to independent businesses, every operation needs skilled administrators in order to succeed. Motivated, organized personalities will thrive in business, where environments are often high-powered.

Course Outline

The importance of key concepts

  • A closer look at business and organizations
  • A closer look at management
  • The evolution of business and management studies

A multidisciplinary view of business and management

  • Sociological perspectives
  • The anthropology of organizations
  • The contributions of psychology
  • Economic approaches to organizations
  • The stakeholder model of the firm

Organizational goals and objectives

  • What is a manager?
  • What do managers do?
  • Decision making and effectiveness
  • Planning role & Leadership role
  • Motivating role & Controlling role

The international context

  • Globalization and business
  • Management of multinational companies
  • Small business organizations

Functional areas of business organizations

  • Finance
  • Human resource management
  • Production and operations
  • Marketing
  • Communications

Decision making in business

  • Theories and models for making decisions
  • Strategy
  • Analyzing the environment
  • Organizational change and development
  • Managing the change process
  • Managing resistance to change

Organizational dynamics

  • Type, ownership, strategy and size
  • Organizational structure
  • New technology and business organizations
  • Understanding organizational culture

 

 

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