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Identifying a Management Project

By Division for Lifelong Learning - University of Bath


This is an overview of Section 1 of the Conducting a Management Project Unit. This is part of a University of Bath accredited Level 5 study unit in Management and Leadership (also CMI accredited) which is delivered via the Moodle VLE. This first section provides a brief overview of the stages of conducting a management project. It then focuses on the initial first step of identifying and justifying a possible management area that requires investigation. There are links to interactive learning objects created with Xerte Online Toolkits, external websites and suggested activities and reading. We have provided links to zipped versions of the Xerte resources for sharing and repurposing. Learning Outcome: 1. Identify and justify a management area for investigation that has an implication for a work related area

Topics: project planning, business case rationale, project planning process, stages of a management project, project management, BUSINESS / MANAGEMENT / OFFICE STUDIES, A
Publisher: Division for Lifelong Learning - University of Bath
Year: 2012
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