The concept of Management was introduced during the Industrial Revolution as larger businesses began to develop and expand towards the early 20th century. At the time, employees were just seen as a ‘part of the system’- a useful yet replaceable part of the business process. However, as production grew, it brought about changes in the management strategy and forced businesses to think about how to manage resources such as their people, finances and capital. The revolution shed light on good and bad management practices as different management practices yielded different results from the business and its employees. Decades have now gone by since the Industrial Revolution, but the goal remains the same. To understand and perfect management practices for the good of the company and its stakeholders.
Bearing that in mind, good management practices can toughen out a storm of employee turnovers, financial crises and HR issues! This course will run through the basic understanding of principles, concepts and functions of management including planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The effects and possibilities of managing in a global and intercultural environment will also be discussed.
Communication in Organizations
Communication in an organization is a tricky topic to address as it is simple yet extremely difficult to teach and learn how to communicate effectively. Organizations which have their communication nailed down to a T are often more successful and happier than those which don’t! There are several tools managers and even employees can use to communication horizontally or vertically in an organization and this course elaborates more on those tools and methods!
There are several different organizational structures – which can be further categorized into centralized or decentralized structures. Centralized leadership based structures are the more traditional structures used by company’s currently; however, with the emergence of the start-up culture will these traditional structures change? Will organizations become less hierarchical or will things remain the same? The course will also discuss the most efficient organizational structure based on the company type!
- Graduate Students
- Mid-Level Managers / Senior Managers
- Operations management
- Human resources
- Research and development
- IT and MIS
- Next steps: sustainability strategy
- Sustainable business: case examples
For Programme Enrollment & Registration Please Contact:
Dr. Edward Roy Krishnan
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$1,999 per Participant
Upon successful completion of our short-term 2-Day, 3-Day, 5-Day, 10-Day or 15-Day programmes, with at least 80% attendance at the scheduled training sessions, participants would earn the Bangkok School of Management certification. In addition, participant who successfully obtains BSM certification would also qualify for a UK accredited certification, conditional upon
- submission of a 1,500 word essay concretely describing how he/she would utilize what he/she had learned from the training in his/her own job role, at his/her respective organization/company
- pay the assessment and certification fee of $250 USD. The award would be conferred by the College of Birmingham (COB) / School of Business (SOB). The certification will be verifiable online through the official COB, UK website. Please contact your training coordinator for more information.
UK accreditation and certification could be earned for this training, subject to submitting a 1,500-word essay concretely describing how you would utilize what you learned from the training in your current job role, in addition to paying an assessment and certification fee of 250 USD. The award would be conferred by the College of Birmingham (COB) / School of Business (SOB). The certification will be verifiable online through the official COB website. Please contact your training coordinator for more information.