The taught part of the module guides you through the intricacies of formulating and implementing effective business strategies, marketing & selling, managing operations using continuous improvement methods such as Lean Six Sigma, people issues such as Recruitment, Selection and Retention, keeping on the right side of employment & other business-related legislation and designing the organisation structure to suit the time and circumstances. Learn how to succeed and above all how to avoid failure from the advice of the experienced and successful practitioners who present the material to you day-by-day.
Who should take the course?
This course is aimed at managers who have had previous management training and run a substantial department, but who strive for further improvements in not only their knowledge but their organisation’s performance.
This two-week intensive course is designed to make you aware of the differences between managing in a civilian or public sector environment (including charities and other not-for-profit organisations) as opposed to a non-commercial environment.
This course will ensure organisations are led by good, strong management at the top, this is vital as their decisions have consequences all the way through the organisation.
Candidates will receive a certificate of attendance confirming that they have successfully completed an overview of Business Management. By successfully completing further course assessments you can also earn yourself a prestigious Chartered Management Institute Level 7 Award or in Strategic Management.
On completion of the CMI Level 7 award, you may wish to work towards the CMI Level 7 Certificate, Diploma or Extended Diploma. This is at an additional cost.
The two modules that form the Success in Business Management course include Success in Business Operations and Success in Business Strategy & Marketing, these are also available as 1-week standalone courses.
- Business Operations
- Achieving Quality Standards in Business Operations
- New Developments in Management Techniques
- Human Resource Management (HRM) in Practice
- The Legislative framework – UK and EU
- Organisational Structure & Management Roles
- Performance Management
- Strategic Management