Business management

Media Management - Business Administration Department

Acquire the industry skills and management expertise you need to get ahead in this competitive and global industry that includes film, television, music, video games, publishing, web, mobile, and more. By integrating theory and practice, our program will provide graduates with a keen understanding of the dynamic linkage between the creative arts and the business of financing, producing, and distributing creative work. The MBA in Media Management will prepare students to manage media enterprises driven by ever-evolving technological developments and rapid globalization.



Management (Foundation Degree): 3-year, part-time, central London, January start part-time course by evening study

Programme overview This Foundation Degree in Management offers you a flexible professional development programme in management theory and practice. As well as developing your mathematical, data analysis and applied IT skills, it will also enhance your decision-making and interpersonal skills, so you can become a more confident all-round business practitioner. We also offer a Foundation Degree in Management and Accounting in central London and in Stratford. On successful completion of this Foundation Degree, you may progress directly to Year 3 of Birkbeck'sBA Management ,BA Accounting and Management , orBSc Business.



Business Management Agreement Template | Free Sample

This Business Services & Management Agreement can be used when it is intended to separate the ownership of the business from its day to day management and to have employees in a separate company. Under this agreement, the business would continue to be owned by the owner and operated by the Manager for the owner. The profit of the business would still remain with the owner. However the management of the business and the employment of all staff would be the responsibility of the Manager and the Manager receives an agreed fee for providing its service.





Il Sole 24 ORE Business School in Italy

24 ORE Business School has developed innovative and specialized business training and professional development programs aimed at helping recent graduates just beginning their careers to acquire new knowledge and skills, as well as mature managers and professionals who need to update existing skills or develop new areas of expertise. Programs are designed for individuals working in both the public and private sectors. Focusing on the various needs of young managers and professionals, curricula are continuously updated to take into account the newest business trends.



Management Science Models and Techniques

This course will cover the following topics: 1. Management Science techniques and processes 2. Breakeven analysis 3. Sensitivity analysis 4. Linear programming (without any programming!) 5. Introduction to Project Management and its processes, that is, Scope Statement, Work Breakdown Structure, Responsibility Assignment Matrix, and Project Scheduling and tools 6. Creating a Payoff table 7. Decision making criteria Management science is the application of the scientific approach to solving management problems. It helps managers make better and effective decisions, and can be used in a variety of organizations to solve different problems.





Gartner Says Spending on Business Process Management Suites to Reach $2.7 Billion in 2015 as Organizations Digitalize Processes

Shift From Process Improvement to Business Transformation Is Behind the Move to Intelligent Business Process Management Suites Worldwide spending on business process management (BPM) software is set to grow 4. 4 percent to reach $2. 7 billion in 2015, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. As organizations are beginning their digital transformation — rethinking their business models and processes to address customer and constituent expectations — a shift toward using what Gartner terms an intelligent business process management suite (iBPMS) is underway.



What Is a Management Information System?

by David Ingram The main purpose of a management information system is to make managers' decision-making more efficient and productive. By pooling information from a range of sources into a single database and presenting the information in a logical format, an MIS can provide managers with everything they need to make highly informed decisions and perform in-depth analysis of operational issues. An MIS can collect nearly any type of information managers require. They can view financial data such as daily revenues and expenses at a glance and attribute them to specific departments or groups.



Managing Risks: A New Framework

Editors’ Note: Since this issue of HBR went to press, JP Morgan, whose risk management practices are highlighted in this article, revealed significant trading losses at one of its units. The authors provide their commentary on this turn of events in their contribution to HBR’s Insight Center on Managing Risky Behavior. When Tony Hayward became CEO of BP, in 2007, he vowed to make safety his top priority. Among the new rules he instituted were the requirements that all employees use lids on coffee cups while walking and refrain from texting while driving.



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