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Business Studies III


'Business Studies III' is a course awarded by International Certificate of Christian Education on VerifyEd. "General Overview In the SA 1133 to SA 1139 Business Studies course, students will cover: 1. Macro Environment and Legislation Impact: Grasping employment legislation's influence on businesses. 2. Human Resources Function: Exploring recruitment, contracts, induction, salary determination, benefits, and skill development. 3. Ethics and Professionalism: Investigating ethical norms, business ethics, challenges, and practical applications. 4. Creative Thinking: Enhancing problem-solving through creative techniques and approaches. 5. Macro-Economic Environment and Business Strategies: Analyzing business settings, industry tools, and strategy formulation. 6. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Social Investment (CSI): Understanding responsibilities, benefits, and challenges. 7. Team Performance Assessment: Collaborative goal attainment, performance factors, and conflict resolution. 8. Management and Leadership: Differentiating leadership and management, styles, theories, and personal attitude's significance. 9. Quality of Performance: Relating quality to functions, Total Quality Management elements. 10. Ownership Forms and Insurance: Reviewing ownership options, insurance types, and investment protection. 11. Presentation and Data Response: Communicating business information, presentation methods, and data vs. information. 12. Non-Verbal Presentation Techniques: Management Information System, data analysis, graphical communication. Throughout the course, students partake in case studies, projects, and presentations to hone practical skills and deepen understanding of business concepts and their practical applications."

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