A study of the basic concepts of the management process: planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Integrated with the concurrent first term courses and using the case study method, it creates opportunities for the students to develop analytical, problem solving, teamwork, and communications skills, by analyzing and presenting solutions to typical business problems. Topics covered include: structuring organizations, decision-making and an introduction to production, human resources, controlling, and strategic and tactical planning.
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