Case studies will allow students to consider how business operate in a variety of national markets, how they respond to the specific needs of different cultural factors and the global nature of business reflected in the use of internet and web-based products and markets.
The course covers a range of organizations from all sectors, as well as the socio-cultural and economic contexts in which those organizations operate. Business organization and environment 1. Syllabus outline Unit 1: The conceptual learning is firmly anchored in business management theories, tools and techniques and placed in the context of real world examples and case studies.
The aims of the business management course at HL and SL are to: The course covers the key characteristics of business organization and environment and the business functions of human resource management, finance and accounts, marketing and operations management.
An understanding of the requirements of both the national business laws and international business laws, and a variety of individual international markets will introduce students to a new level of international-mindedness and a unique understanding of globalization in business.
In particular the course focuses on these skills and ideas in an international business environment. The course encourages the appreciation of ethical concerns at both a local and global level. Business and Management is especially inclusive of the ideas of international-mindedness as students explore the topics at a global level.
Students learn to analyse, discuss and evaluate business activities at local, national and international levels. It aims to develop relevant and transferable skills, including the ability to: Business and Management is a Group 3 subject and as such the focus is the developing of critical thinking, analytical and decision making skills in relation to individuals and groups.
The course also develops subject-specific skills, such as financial analysis. Links between the topics are central to the course. In addition to satisfying the aims and objectives of Group 3 subjects, Business and Management has specific aims and objectives which underpin the course at both SL and HL.IB Standard Level Business & Management Syllabus and Curriculum Outline.
Welcome to the start of a new school year! This year, IB Learning Partners will be studying the first year of the Business & Management curriculum. IB Business Management Syllabus. IB Business Management. The IB Business Management course has been updated fromwith the first new exams being taken in The assessment.
Paper 1: minutes, 70 marks All based on a pre-seen case study Section A: answer three out of four structured questions, subdivided 5/5(13). The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is a rigorous, academically challenging and The business management course is designed to develop students’ specified in the syllabus content • the six concepts that underpin the subject • real-world business problems, issues and decisions.
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