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Human Resource Management..

Human Resource Management links people-related activities to business strategy. The course develops a critical understanding of the role and functions of the various human resource activities in an organisation, providing students with a comprehensive review of key HRM concepts, techniques and issues.

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International Business

International Business examines global economies and markets, such as business customs, multinational businesses and foreign trade practices.

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International Business - PG

International Business focuses on key business disciplines within an international context. Introducing the foundations of finance, marketing, supply chains, human resources and operations, International Business Administration covers the needs of all businesses.

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International Business UG

International Business focuses on key business disciplines within an international context. Introducing the foundations of finance, marketing, supply chains, human resources and operations, International Business Administration covers the needs of all businesses.

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Managerial Economics
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Managerial Economics

Managerial economics is a stream of management studies which emphasizes solving business problems and decision-making by applying the theories and principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics. It is a specialized stream dealing with the organization’s internal issues by using various economic theories.

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Principles of Management

Management can be defined as all the activities and tasks undertaken by one or more persons for the purpose of planning and controlling the activities of others in order to achieve an objective or complete an activity that could not be achieved by the others acting independently. Management as defined by well known authors in the field of management contains the following components: Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing (Leading)and Controlling.

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Strategy in Business
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Strategy in Business

Budding businessmen often wonder why and how some businesses perform better than others. Most often, the answer is that successful businesses are built on strategies that result in long-term benefits. Strategy is the channel or direction adopted by an organization with a view to changing its resources with the changing environment and modifying markets and customers in a manner that will benefit the shareholders. Strategy also implies the path adopted to achieve organizational goals. Strategic management can therefore be defined as the management activity that involves making decisions based on various types of analyses and taking relevant action aimed at achieving long-term competitive advantages.

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UNIT 2 MANAGERIAL ROLES, FUNCTIONS AND SKILLS

This unit discusses the roles, functions and skills required in the management of an organization. It classifies these three tasks into different categories. The categories range from the basic features of management to further sophisticated characteristics that are involved.

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