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Business Studies II


'Business Studies II' is a course awarded by International Certificate of Christian Education on VerifyEd. General Overview In the SA 1121 to SA 1127 Business Studies course, students will cover: Business Environments: Micro, market, and macro environments, along with associated challenges. Interrelationship of Environments: Exploring the interactions between diverse business environments. Adapting to Business Challenges: Strategies for effectively navigating dynamic business landscapes. Socio-Economic Issues: Addressing contemporary challenges and their business impact. Business Sectors: Understanding different sectors and their roles in the broader economy. Forms of Ownership: Analyzing sole proprietorship, partnerships, corporations, and cooperatives. Benefits and Challenges of Ownership Forms: Delving into company types and formation procedures. Creative Thinking and Problem Solving: Cultivating innovative solutions and advanced problem-solving techniques. Starting a Business and Ethics: Entrepreneurial qualities, business planning, professionalism, and ethics. Stress Management: Handling stress and crisis situations in a business context. Team Dynamics: Grasping teamwork theories, roles, and social responsibility. Conflict Management: Employing strategies to address conflicts in business environments. Marketing Function: Exploring marketing activities, the marketing mix, and international marketing. Production Function: Understanding production systems, planning, control, safety, quality, and costs. Throughout the course, students participate in projects, case studies, and practical applications, fostering a holistic grasp of business concepts and their real-world implications.

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