Business Management at Aberdeen explores the theory and practice of how people and organisations are managed in a highly competitive global business environment, taught by leaders in this highly topical field. If you get along well with people, have an interest in business and technology, and have excellent communication skills, you could be a good fit for a career in this field. Develops students’ critically engaged understanding of ethics and Human Rights issues within social and business contexts, both nationally and internationally.
No matter what the sector – public and commercial organisations all require good leaders and this degree is aimed at students looking to take up leadership roles. With an early warning system in place, you can find the symptoms that show the regular business functions are veering off course.
Each IT transaction that comprises the business transaction must execute correctly and complete within the time allocated by the service level agreement (SLA). Dedicated applications may have a report writing inbuilt whereas business intelligence may extract data from multiple sources to provide a more strategic and accurate view.
These include managing projects and team work, continuous learning and development, communications, developing confidence, and furthering knowledge of business that will give you the opportunity to clarify the career path you would like to take. Other sectors with high demand for business graduates include marketing and advertising, as well as retail, sales, human resources and business consultancy.
The most important Human Resource Management (HRM) functions and practices are examined. This enables students to consider the complexities and ethical implications of business strategies, and the emerging issues confronting organisations, in an era of increasing globalisation and ethical, social and environmental concern.