This module provides participants with a fundamental understanding and conceptual framework of operations management for manufacturing services. Topics covered in this module include: operations management in today's business environment, process decisions, facility decisions, aggregate planning and inventory decisions and daily operational decisions.   


This module presents the overview of strategic management, strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation. It covers the nature of strategic management, the business vision and mission, the external and internal assessment, strategies in action, strategy analysis and choice, implementing strategies with management and operations issues, marketing, finance/accounting and MIS issues, strategy review, evaluation and control.



This module introduces the processes of new venture creation and critical knowledge needed to manage the business once it is firmed. It covers most essential issues involved in starting and managing a successful new business venture. Topics include nature and importance of entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial mind-set, creativity, the business idea, intellectual property and other legal issues, the business plan, marketing plan, organization and financial plans, strategies for growth and managing, growing and ending the new venture.





This module gives the advanced topics in organizational setting and its managerial implications. It focuses dynamics of group and social process in organizational culture. It explores the complex ideas for understanding communication in the digital age, influence tactics, empowerment, and politics, leadership, organizational design, effectiveness and innovation, managing change and stress.





This course introduces student with principles and concepts in the financial markets.It gives students to understand the importance of financial markets and institutions.It will provide students why study financial markets and institution.Topic to be covered included:overview of financial system,fundamentals of financial markets and institutions,money market,bond market,stock market,mortgage markets and foreign exchange market,financial crisis in advanced economics and developing market economics.

References:

1. Frederic & Mishkin,Stanley Eakins,Financial Market and Institutions,7th Edition,2012,Prentice Hall.ISBN-10:0-13-213683-X ISBN-13:978-0-13-213683-9

2. Kohn,M.,Money,Banlcuip and Financial Markets,The Dryden Press 1991

3. Mishkin,F.S,The Economics of Money,Banking and Financial Market 8th Edition.Pearson,2007

Students develop a basic understanding of business finance which deals with how organizations effectively manage their operating and fixed assets and fund them with an optimal mix of debt and equity financing. Topics include financial statement analysis; financial forecasting; working capital management and short-term borrowing; valuing financial assets; cost of capital; capital budgeting and risk; capital markets and sources of long-term financing; dividend policy; and foreign exchange.

This module will cover the nature of management accounting, the behavior of costs, full costs and their uses, additional aspects of product costing, standard costs, variable costing systems, quality costs, and joint costs and management accounting system design.  It is the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the organization.  It is usually confidential and used by management in order to make business plans, implementation and to be able to control the organization's strategy and plan.  

This course will cover how conventional business processes, revenue model, business model could be changed using Information Technology.

This module gives a good understanding of quantitative techniques and how and when to use them as a business manager. It covers the use of quantitative techniques by business, the role of quantitative techniques in business, models in quantitative decision making, the tools of the trade, presenting management information, management statistics, probability and probability distributions, decision making under uncertainty.

This module focus on understanding services marketing in people, technology and strategy view. It covers understanding service markets, products, and customers, building the service model, managing the customer interface and implementing profitable service strategies.