Strategies Why have financial controls?; Business environments; Simple
financial controls; Role of accounting; Accounting basics; Cash flow
forecasts; Double entry book-keeping; Trading profit & loss accounts; Balance sheets; Ratio analysis;
Accounting Practices (SSAP/FRS); Accounting; Costs; Budgets; Cash flows
Strategy: Stakeholder; Mission statements; Essential elements of
corporate strategy; Competitive advantage;
Core competencies; Strategic alliances; Recovery strategies; Corporate
Strategies: Environmentalism; Simple measures; ISO14001.
& Safety Strategies: Employee & employer responsibilities;
Avoiding work related illness.
Strategies: Traditional industrial relations; HRM; HRM vs traditional
industrial relations; Motivational studies;
Recruitment tips; Discrimination policies; Team based working; PRP; Reward
systems; Change management; International industrial relations; Japanese management styles.
Strategies: Taking a risk; Balanced portfolio; Integration; Mergers
and acquisitions; Leasing.
& Purchasing Strategies: What is logistics?; Transport issues: What
is purchasing?; Direct & indirect purchasing; Developing a purchasing
focus; Porters supply chain analysis; Make or buy?; Strategic sourcing;
marketing mix; SWOT; PEST; Porters five forces; Competitor analysis;
Critical success factors; Product lifecycle, Boston matrix; Market
analysis for growth; International & industrial marketing.
Strategies: Push-pull manufacturing; Lean manufacturing; JIT; Kanban;
SMED; Poka-Yoke; Takt-Times; Flexible manufacturing systems; Operations
Strategies: The need for quality; Developing quality analysis; Crosby's
fourteen steps; ISO9000; Kaizen; The 5S's; Six sigma; TPM.
Strategies: Why have sales?; The changing focus of sales; Getting the
sales team right; simple sales strategies.
Strategies: Project management strategy; Time and stress management.
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