Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
Introduction to Business Management
This course introduced foundational business concepts, tools and terminology whilst exploring four key aspects of business management: managing money, managing people, managing information, and - most importantly – managing and understanding yourself. Throughout the course, participants were encouraged to reflect on their own management and leadership style and consider the concepts of success, sustainability, and social responsibility.
4 weeks, 4 hours per week
Module Leader for Business Management, King's Foundations
King's College London
- Apply a range of business concepts, tools and terminology to common business situations
- Explain the importance of business management for you and your community
- Identify your own skills, interests and ideas, and how you can continue to develop them
- Explore opportunities and challenges of working with others: including collaboration, listening to others, feedback, negotiation
- Explain the important aspects of a business idea to potential customers and investors
- Reflect on what you’ve learnt and how you will apply this now
- Managing yourself: introduction to management and leadership styles.
- Managing money and key financial concepts, including the implications of various sources of finance and the relative importance of cash flow and profit.
- Managing people, stakeholder management and professional communication.
- Managing Information: different information types and key information management issues.
- The roles businesses play in the lives of people and communities, and social responsibility
- Aspects of growth and the effects of success.
Issued on 28th October 2020
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