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This Module Combines Contemporary And Classic Organizational Theories With The Application Of Those Theories To Real Situations In Participants’' Companies. While Participants Develop A Systematic And Critical Perspective Toward Organizational Theory, The Primary Focus Of The Course Is Translating Analysis Into Action To Positively Change Their Organizations. A Highly Interactive Classroom Environment Promotes A Cross-fertilization Of Ideas And Organizational Perspectives.

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Participants Examine Current Theory With A Focus On Practice In Managing People In Organisations; This Will Be From The Perspectives Of The Organisation, Group And Individual. A Starting Point For Study Will Be Setting The Framework With An Examination Of The Organisational Perspective (structure, Culture, Development, Change). This Will Be Developed By The Introduction Of Issues Involving The Group And The Individual Under A Range Of Topics Drawn From Leadership And Management, Communication, Occupational Stress, Managing Conflict, Managing Diversity, Groups And Teams, Perception, Motivation And Personality.

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This Module Is Designed To Introduce Participants To And Equip Them With A Working Knowledge Of The Fundamentals Of Quality Management. For An Organization, There Is A Need To Manage Quality In Order To Ensure Its Viability. This Module Thus Seeks To Provide Participants With The Knowledge And Technical Know-how About Total Quality In Organization Using Quality As A Management Framework. This Module Enables Participants To Assess The Importance Of Quality, Customer Focus, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Execution And Deployment As Well As To Identify Critical Process Management Strategies Like Benchmarking, Supplier Partnering And Business Continuity Management In Quality Management.

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Today's Managers Are Increasingly Expected To Successfully Oversee And Understand Information Systems -- Even When It Is An Area In Which They Have Had Little Formal Training Or Expertise. This Module Is Targeted At These Future Managers Who Are Expected To Understand The Business Implications Of Information Technology. Real World Examples Show Future Managers How Information Technology Can Be Applied To Improve Their Organization. This Module Also Provides A Framework For Managers To Understand Their Important Role Of Information Technology And It Emphasizes The Importance Of Working Effectively With All Members Of The Organization To Achieve Results.

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This Module Provides Foundational Knowledge, Skills And Capabilities For Effective Interpersonal Communication, One-to-one And In Groups. Through The Study Of This Module Students Gain A Broad Understanding Of Contemporary Interpersonal Theory And Practice And A Comprehensive Skills-base To Work Effectively And Efficiently With People In A Variety Of Contexts. Students Are Guided In Their Understanding Of The Factors And Influences That Directly And Indirectly Affect The Interpersonal Communication Process. They Are Assessed In Their Application Of Knowledge, Skills And Capabilities To Simulated And Real-life Situations Throughout The Duration Of The Module. Emphasis Within The Module Is Placed On Students Acquiring And Applying Interpersonal Skills To Address Interpersonal Situations And To Work Within A Variety Of Contexts As Effective Interpersonal Communicators.

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This Module Introduces Operations Management As The Act Of Combining People And Technology In An Organisation So As To Produce Goods And To Deliver Services Now And In The Future. Defining Operations Strategy; Analysing Operations; Examining The Market/operations Interface; Integrating Corporate Objectives And Operations Strategy; Design In Operations; Capacity Strategies; Supply Networks; Quality Management; Improvement Strategies; Global Issues And Sustainability; The Stage-gate Approach To Projects - Taking Projects From The Concept Stage, Through Scoping, Business/development Planning, Testing And Launch.

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Manufacturing Is Responsible For The Physical Conversion Of Raw Material Into Work-in-process And Then Into Finished Goods For Sale. Manufacturing Encompasses All Inventory Conversion Activities. The Module Provides A Survey Of The Body Of Knowledge For Lean Manufacturing Management And Focuses On The Critical Issues That All Manufacturing Professionals Should Be Prepared To Address. Participants Will Gain A Clear Understanding Of How A Lean Manufacturing Organization Works And The Key Considerations For Manufacturing Products Better, Faster And Less Expensively.

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Human Resource (HR) Management Can Be Defined As The Effective Use Of Human Resources In An Organization Through The Management Of People-related Activities. It Is A Central And Strategic Organizational Activity Of Increasing Complexity And Importance. This Module Covers The Range Of HR Activities All Managers Need To Understand: Strategic HR, Legal Issues, Staffing, Recruitment And Selection, Performance Management, Training, Compensation, Labor Relations, And Technical Support Systems. Through Interactive Lectures And Cases, Participants Become Familiar With The Basic Principles And Techniques Of Human Resource Management. The Module Takes A Practical View That Integrates The Contributions Of The Behavioral Sciences With The Technical Aspects Of Implementing The HR Function In The Real World.

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An Introduction And Overview; Facilities Management Skills; Property As A Facility - Space Management; Introduction To Quality Management For The Facilities Manager; GIS (Geographic Information Systems) As A Tool In Facilities Management; Support Services For Facilities Management; Strategies For Improving Facilities Management Implementation In Organizations.

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Engineering Management Relies On The Knowledge Of Engineering Economics To Be Able To Evaluate Projects From A Financial Perspective. Optimizing Financial Performance Of A Project Is A Key Responsibility Of The Engineer In The Decision Making Process. Examples Of Engineering Projects Would Include But Not Limited To Equipment Replacement Analysis, Planning A New Product Line, And Waste Management. This Course Is Designed To Present Engineering Students The Major Concepts And Techniques Of Engineering Economic Analysis That Are Needed In The Decision Making Process. The Emphasis Of This Course Is On The Analytical Analysis Of Money And Its Impact On Decision Making.

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This Module Is Designed To Equip Professionals, Technical Personnel And Managers Of Manufacturing Related Industries With The Essential Logistic Concepts, Methodologies, Processes And Tools Needed To Understand And Apply Logistics Engineering Knowledge To Acquire, Support And Strategically Review Any Type Of Materiel Systems Acquired. Participants Will Learn The Importance Of Systems Approach To The Design Of Logistics Systems That Includes Design, Development, Operating And Focus On Affordable Logistics Support And On Total Cost Of Ownership In Its Life Cycle.

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This Module Is Intended To Introduce To The Participants The Practical Ways In Which Safety Engineering Methods And Techniques Can Play A Significant Role In Eliminating, Mitigating And Controlling High Hazard Situations And Conditions. The Module Is Aimed At Introducing Through Lectures And Syndicate Exercises An Awareness And Understanding Of The Factors, Which Must Be Taken Into Consideration Prior To Introducing New Technologies, Processes , Equipment, And Systems, Enabling The Participant To Be Aware Of The Potential Effect On The Safety Of Persons And The Environment.

Sep 24, 2021
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