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Engineering Business Management and Operations

Engineering Business Management and Operations incorporates two themes: Management Theory and Business Concepts.

Management theory addresses contemporary management concepts stemming from changing organisational structures, complex environmental conditions, new technological developments and increasingly diverse workforces. It highlights critical management issues involved in both managing and being managed including: components of organisations, environment, strategy, structure, culture, tasks, people and outputs and managerial decisions.

The business concepts theme focuses on providing a context for the management issues in the engineering/industrial sector by examining the sizes and structures of different industries, the types of organisations, as well as global trade and commercial issues.


Learning Outcomes

By the end of the module the student should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental management concepts and skills
  • Explain the structure and nature of different industries
  • Evaluate the historical development of management theories
  • Explain the implications of management theory for the management of organisations in industry
  • Synthesise data and information relating to different industries
  • Perform research into the internal and external factors and forces of the organisation and the global industry


Duration

Five days, Monday to Friday