This module will develop your language and skills for communicating effectively in the world of business and management. You will learn to write successful business assignments and a range of workplace documents; develop strategies to read complex texts on business topics; be able to give effective presentations and take part in business negotiations and academic discussions. The module materials use a blend of texts, audios, videos and interactive online activities to help you develop both your written and spoken business communication skills.
The final block of B100 turns to the global context in which businesses operate. In particular the block looks at how economic globalisation both shapes and is shaped by business – drawing out the challenges it raises for business and management practice.
This is Second block of An Introduction to Business Management (B100)Module.
Block 2, which has four sessions, will give you an introduction to the topic of human resources management: This Block considers the question of motivation and asks why people go to work, as well as looking at the recruitment process and exploring various approaches to job design, and the effects these can have on employees’ experience of work.
B100 is the First Module ( Subject ) of the Program. This 60-credit module will provide you with a thorough introduction into some key aspects of business and management practice and study. You will learn about how business and other organisations work, about people at work, about the all-important financial information that business managers need to understand and about customers and marketing.