This e-learning programme has been developed to support student learning for the Business Management and Administration unit of the Business Management Graduate Diploma by the Institute of Commercial Management.
The e-learning models of the Business Management and Administration unit of the programme introduce the student to a range of studies that are useful in understanding people in the workplace. The course examines the concept of management within the global business environment and a variety of approaches are considered.
The e-learning takes the student through key learning elements of the unit, which prepares them for their likely future roles as managers in organisations. It provides information that will encourage them to consider experience gained in other units by evaluating competing perspectives on the nature of management. It provides content to help them reflect upon the contribution that they might make as individuals to the management process, and to explore their own skills as potential managers within the context of their peer group.
The e-learning for this unit touches upon the main dimensions of the management role and examines the key problems and dilemmas that may emerge for stakeholders in contemporary organisation.
Please note: This e-learning is not meant to replace lectures, classroom discussion or self-managed learning that the student should perform as part of this programme. It should be seen as an additional tool to aid learning.