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In the past, management was about planning, organising, directing and controlling. These functions are still essential – but the world has changed. Workplaces today are highly dynamic, often with multiple teams working across a range of locations, all bringing a new set of challenges to management.
In this course you’ll explore a wide range of issues, theories and perspectives to develop the skills and knowledge you need to become a professional manager. You will learn how to identify opportunities, assess challenges and find the best solutions.
When you graduate, you could work in a range of roles around the world, including as a banker, logistician, marketing specialist, journalist, teacher or business analyst. You could launch your own business or work in the global corporations, not-for-profit sectors, the arts, academia or government agencies.
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