Leading and Managing Organisational Resources
The unit takes an integrated approach to critically assess the relationship between leadership, operations management, finance and information systems which is essential for adding value and achieving competitive advantage in contemporary organisations. The theme is ‘leadership’ with an emphasis on high performance work systems and the international management of innovation and change. Successful completion of the unit will give you a comprehensive and detailed overview of theory and practice and you will acquire a ‘toolkit’ that provides the potential for inspirational leadership and the effective management of organisational resources.
Strategy and the Global Competitive Environment
This unit covers the field of strategic management and marketing. You will consider current issues and challenges facing directors, senior managers and entrepreneurs in guiding the long-term development of organisations. The objectives of organisations and the means of achieving these objectives through the mobilisation and deployment of assets and resources and the integration of the various functions of the organisation will be the focus of the unit.
The central aim of this Unit is to provide you with a thorough understanding of the competitive global context in which firms operate and make decisions and to use a critically evaluative approach in order to explain the impact of economic policies on the behaviour of individuals, firms and institutions.
Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Managing creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and change are essential to successful performance in the context of increasing demands and fierce competition faced by organisations in the twenty-first century. This unit provides an opportunity for you to explore how these processes might effectively be promoted across organisations regardless of size and sector from initial business start-up through to large multinational corporations. The unit adopts a critical approach encouraging consideration of alternative philosophical perspectives.
Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chain Management
This unit aims to enable you to have a sound understanding of the various dimensions of the complex and dynamic subject of logistics and supply chain management, and to critically examine the key issues of contemporary developments and practices in logistics, supply chain management and other related areas, and solve practical problems creatively by using relevant and well researched theoretical concepts and frameworks.
This unit enables you to consider the significance of project management and the role of a project manager in modern businesses. It also strives to develop your systematic understanding of project management and its diverse application in different business contexts. It will help you to evaluate commercially available tools and methodologies for application in your business area while confidently approaching new projects equipped with all the necessary skills to bring projects to successful conclusions.
International and Comparative Human Resource Management
This unit provides in depth understanding of strategic, international and cross cultural HRM. This unit introduces you to the key concepts theories and current issues underlying international and comparative human resource management (IHRM) in a global context. Focus is placed upon the HRM strategies, policies and practices of multinational corporations (MNCs), public sector, voluntary sector and their approach to the management and development of human resources across borders.
Digital Technology Management
The unit takes an integrated approach to critically assess the relationship between information systems and how they can create a competitive advantage. The aim is to enable you to understand and critically assess what information systems are, what key characteristics they have and what they can (and cannot) do for an organisation.
Successful completion of the unit will give you a comprehensive and detailed overview of theory and practice and you will acquire a ‘toolkit’ that provides the basis for understanding the potential – and limitations – of information systems for business success.
Managing Modern Healthcare Organisations
This unit will challenge and develop your wider understanding of the context in which healthcare services operate. The unit will address challenges facing healthcare delivery in the 21st century, with a focus on local, regional and global policies that healthcare leaders have to understand and develop to meet the needs of increasingly complex and evolving healthcare environments. Your current leadership practices will be addressed by concentrating on strategies that enable healthcare leaders to balance the requirements of an increasingly complex and evolving healthcare environment whilst meeting the challenges of modern societies. The unit also examines issues faced by health care organisations when dealing with the use of information technology in the form of information systems.
Petroleum Management and Governance
The aim of this unit is to provide a comprehensive exposure to, and a conceptual understanding of, management issues applicable to the petroleum industry in a global context, together with the analytical skills required to address these, exploring key challenges and opportunities that influence how international business, regulation and law impact on decision making, innovation and operations in petroleum management, governance, responsibility and sustainability.
Eligibility, Application & Fee Structure
Applicants must satisfy ONE of the following entry requirements:
• An undergraduate degree at Honours level or equivalent or
• 3 years of management or supervisory experience
Applicants with qualifications and experience other than the above will be considered on a case by case basis. Click here for additional information on the University of Bedfordshire (UoB).
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You will also receive the fee structure and an outline of the monthly payment plans. Fees include registration, administration, tuition and University’s fees, and we offer specially reduced fees from time to time. Currently, this is the most affordable UK MBA in the market. We look forward to discussing your needs and supporting you to start this exciting and rewarding journey.
This MBA is certified by the University of Bedfordshire (UoB)
This unit is specifically designed to help your transition into the professional work environment through combining academic rigour with practice skills: the behaviours, attributes and intent which give you immediate impact in the organisations you join. This produces individuals with the confidence and know-how to fit in and be effective from day one: managers who understand business context, and have the creativity, drive and focus to bring about change.
Theory into Practice Project
The unit aims to enable you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of management and business as well as the skills essential to effective operation in a corporate, business, public sector or not for profit environment. It is a unit specifically designed to help your transition into the professional work environment.