Course Brief

This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the field of organisational behaviour and management. It introduces students to a range of perspectives on organisational structures and processes, and considers how they help us understand various management theories and practices.


On completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  1. Understand the roles and responsibilities of Management
  2. Understand the business environment, strategy development, business planning and control of performance
  3. Evaluate the effect of culture, power and authority on organizational performance
  4. Learn causes of conflict and how to resolve it
  5. Learn to apply several tools in decision making and problem solving
  6. Apply effective communication practices in managing stakeholders
  7. Learn effective negotiation practices
  8. Understand the recruitment and selection process
  9. Conduct an effective performance appraisal and successfully develop training and development needs
  10. Formulate plans to overcome human resistance and to successfully implement change

 

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CAMPUS START ENDDAYTIME COST
 Champs Fleurs11-Oct-1729-Nov-17Wed5:30pm – 8:30pm$2,250.00
  • Certificate in Management

    This course provides an interdisciplinary approach to the field of organisational behaviour and management. It introduces students to a range of perspectives on organisational structures and processes, and considers how they help us understand various management theories and practices. On this basis, issues of power, control, conflict and culture are explored.

    Other topics include: changing approaches and attitudes to work; social and political influences on group behaviour; teamwork and other managerial interventions; leadership and motivation, and human resource management.

     

    Target Audience

    Persons interested in career advancement in this area and persons who have been recently promoted to Management positions, Semi Supervisory staff, Supervisory staff, Administrative Managers, Production Managers, Plant Managers, Operations Managers