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Why Do I Need a Business Management Tutor?

July 27th, 2021 by Cassie Steele

According to UCAs, almost 250,000 people study Business Management every year. On a graduate course you will learn many essential skills that can help both with your career and your personal life. These include critical thinking, organisation, problem solving, leadership, and communication. There are many aspects to Business Management however, and understanding how businesses are successfully operated in many different fields can be complex. This is where A BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TUTOR CAN HELP YOU. They can help you to organise your studies and really develop a deeper understanding of your course material. With extra tuition, you could excel for the long term and succeed in your chosen career.

Preparing for an MBA or Bachelor... Read More »

The benefits of training employees for business

January 7th, 2016 by Anna Michaelidou

The world we live in today is all about the latest trends and best new businesses; and the people behind the successes of these businesses. Employers search for the best of the bunch when seeking to employ someone new for their business and only the best will do. Jobs have become more competitive than ever with people stretching their CV's as far as they can go and even hiring someone else to write their CV's for them.

However, hiring the staff is only the beginning of the training. Sometimes the perfect employee may not have all the skills required for the business and may need some extra training. More and more businesses are now turning to outside sources to train their staff in areas that are needed for their business to boom. Whether it be Customer services, Marketing, Finance, Sales or General communication skills, businesses a... Read More »

Do We Really Need Offices?

August 7th, 2013 by Dexter Findley

The Office is something of an institution in our society. Romanticized during the first half of the 20th century, and a constant fact of life since then, it has the honor of being dubbed the West's 'second (social) space' after the home. Not only a repository for a company's data, personnel and materials; it was also a badge of pride, a legitimization, a way of showing off.

Nowadays, with the internet facilitating distance document collaboration and file-sharing as well as simple telecommunications, the role of the office as a workspace has diminished. The 'space' aspect has gone digital, to the so-called 'cloud' (in reality a remote server accessible anywhere with a net connection), meaning that co-workers no longer have to be in the same physical area to work on projects together. What's left is da... Read More »

Business Success: Can It Be Taught?

May 23rd, 2013 by Dexter Findley

Most people have a conception of business skill as being something intrinsic and unteachable. The 'savvy' or 'nous' required to create and run a successful enterprise is innate, a natural human quality. Its embodied in successful entrepreneurs like Branson or Sugar, people who rose from penury to extreme wealth on the back of their cunning, intelligence and drive. It's the American Dream, in a way: the idea that people can rise on their innate skill alone, regardless of their background.

The thing is, businesses (and their management) exist within a system. Not just within the laws and regulations of government (see of previous article for a discussion on this), but also within global economic shifts, consumer demand, political climates and ecological variation. There is a very good argument to suggest that the aforementioned giants, and their respective... Read More »

To Regulate or Not to Regulate?

May 2nd, 2013 by Dexter Findley

The role of the state in business has long been debated, and is perhaps one of the most contentious issues of our times. In this post I'm going to argue that a medium is necessary, a halfway house between the two extremes of the spectrum.

Firstly, a little bit about business and its origins. Business is the trading of resources within an economic framework, and as a consequence has been happening, one way or another, for thousands of years, since humanity started farming. Resource surplus is a key prerequisite: and as such was only possible when we moved from subsistence living (hunting, gathering) to more bountiful means of food production. Before then, the very concept of business, economy, exchange, commodity, profit or indeed cost would have been alien and non-applicable. Humans would have had to look out for ... Read More »

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