BPI Critical Success Factors Focus Phase
Are you attracted to today’s high-tech business environment where leaders manage people, resources and operations on a global scale? Our three-year BSc Business Management programmes share a generic first year, during which you will take seven compulsory modules from across the range of business disciplines, providing a broad understanding of business and management contexts and processes.
Develops in students a critical appreciation of the processes associated with change as it operates at the societal, organisational and individual employee Levels, and the complex challenges they pose to the successful management of organisations and those responsible for such tasks.
The module aims to provide you with a detailed understanding of the nature of knowledge, the role of Knowledge Management (KM) within different kinds of organisations and the various technologies that can facilitate Knowledge Management and benefit the organisation’s performance as well.
Introduces students to a number of the key research foci within the management accounting sub-discipline, and how their role within broader management practices are best understood by embracing an interdisciplinary perspective rather than the more familiar technical emphasis of accounting practice.
The core method used in this module, will be Enquiry Based Learning in a group environment and will involve the critical discussion of theories to evaluation of case studies, and from group presentations to the critical scrutiny of contemporary business practice in the area of sustainability.