How do they improve efficiency, sell more products or embrace new technology? 9.1.4 Sources of recruitment (iv) ability to pursue further studies in business management. Development (UNCTAD). WhatsApp. 1.1.4 Types and Roles of Managers 1.1.5 Difference between Administration You might focus on a local business like a newsagents or on large corporations like Apple and Google. 2.2.2 Principles of organizing, > Ethics: the morals of making business decisions, like whether to relocate to a low-cost country. 9.5 Electronic Commerce (e -Commerce), 10. 2.2.6 Reasons why subordinates do not Facebook. Quantitative Methods 3. 2.1.1 Meaning and importance of planning of planning 9.1 Elements of Human Resource Management 7.2.1 Challenges of developing economies 2.3.6 Communication –meaning, 20 marks. 9.3.6 Types of production process – job, batch, flow 8.2.1 Meaning of economic integration LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS 4.2.3 Rights and duties of an agent 5.3.2 Types of business risks 2.2.4 Meaning and benefits of delegation. (Cheques; Bills of exchange; 2.2.1 Meaning, importance and activities of Section A: answer three out of four structured questions, subdivided into parts, 10 marks each. 4.1.3 Vitiating factors (Void and Voidable 1.3.5 Responsibilities of businesses towards. 9.4 Principles of Marketing 9.2.1 Meaning of labour relations, Trade Unions and industrial relations. in relation to International trade Paper 2: 135 minutes, 80 marks 10.2.4 Challenges of small businesses 4.2.4 Termination of agency. Internal assessment (IA) 7.2.2 Ways of improving Developing Economies by Government DETAILED SYLLABUS TOPICS NOTES All based on an unseen case study BA (Hons) Business Management Syllabus. 9.1.6 Performance appraisal – meaning and importance, 9.3 Fundamentals of Production Management. > Business organisation and environment: why a business chooses to be a certain size and type; how it interacts with the world outside. Business Environment, Business Environment, Environment Business Environment, 2.4 Controlling 2.1.4 Step in the decision making process. Paper 1: 135 minutes, 70 marks All based on a pre-seen case study Section A: answer three out of four structured questions, subdivided into parts, 10 marks each. 9.3.4 Meaning of specialization and exchange orations, Co-operative society) Co-operative society) Company, Public orations, Co-operative society) administration 5.2.3 Functions of commercial and other types of banks 10.1.3 Characteristics of an entrepreneur 1.3.3 Ethical, legal and social Here is a very brief summary: > Marketing: the ways that businesses persuade customers to buy their products, from the first idea through to the ways to sell. Section A: answer one out of two structured questions, including calculations, subdivided into parts, 20 marks. 1. 1. formations/Characteristics, channel formal and informal Take in an interest in what’s happening in the world. The course in Business Management at the senior school level embraces principles and activities in the core functional areas of business management. advantages and disadvantages of each Section B: answer two out of three structured questions, subdivided into parts, 20 marks each. disadvantages. 7.1.4 Reasons for international trade What should you be expecting to study with each key term? 9.5.2 Meaning of Business Finance. There will be two papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2; both of which will constitute a composite paper and will be taken at a sitting. 10.2 Small Business 9.5.1 e-commerce: Meaning and importance. 9.4.9 Channels of distribution Research and report on an issue facing an organization or a decision to be made by an organisation (or several organisations). 2.3.2 Motivation – meaning, intrinsic and Company Number: 07679444 10.1.5 Reasons for business successes and failures 9. To access the course syllabus, click here. The examination therefore intends to test candidates’. 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(ii) quality assurance (line 38). 6.2 Sources and types of government revenue 2.3.3 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. responsibilities of Businesses. contracts) > Culture: the business’s attitude to decision-making, from employees through to the owners. 9.4.2 Market segmentation: Meaning and bases. 2.3.7 The Communication process