Management, Organisation and Leadership
Management, Organisation, and Leadership is an academic sub-discipline that prepares students with essential skills and knowledge to succeed in the corporate world. It includes communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and risk management to project management, motivation, delegation, creative thinking, and feedback sharing.
As a sub-discipline of business management, it incorporates key technical skills from other areas of business such as accounting, finance, marketing, international business, and many more. It primarily focuses on corporate policy and on how to maximize the performance and competitiveness of an organization. It is the responsibility of the manager of an organisation to maintain the business, plan goals, and ensure that the company's objectives are met. Students pursuing a degree in this discipline will gain the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfil these duties.
Aspiring professionals with relevant qualifications and skills may pursue undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities such as Bachelor's, Master's and even a Ph.D. Academic qualifications may vary from one institution to another, but most universities award.
The following degrees after successful completion of a course in management, organization, and leadership:
Associate Degree (Foundation degree)
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business and Marketing Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in International Business Management
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management
Master of Arts (MA) in Management
Master degree in insurance, Finance, and Risk Management
Master of Science (MSc.) in International Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Specialist courses are abundant in this sector, but the majority of them are focused on a particular industry or field.
Students can choose to specialize in areas like:
Applied International Management
Business Leadership and Change
Construction Project Management
Data Analytics and Information Systems Management
Energy Engineering and Management
Fashion & Luxury Management
Food and Agribusiness Management
Health Management & Leadership
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership
Operations and Technology Management
Real Estate Management
Social Pedagogy Leadership
Statistics and Information Management
Wine & Spirits Management
Individuals with a degree in this field can follow a variety of career paths in industries, educational, healthcare, governmental and non-profit organisations. Each career option has unique objectives, necessitates a distinct set of skills, and is dependent on the qualities possessed by the individual.
Tasked with the management of operations and people, graduates in this sector are well-positioned to compete for a wide variety of positions that provide both attractive remuneration and opportunities to positively impact workplaces.
- Among the diverse management and leadership roles, the typical ones include:
Business Development Manager
Healthcare Executive or Administrator
Human Resource Manager
- Industrial Production Manager
Medical and Health Services Manager
Training and Development Manager