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Unit 1: Business and Business Environment

The aim of this unit is to give students background knowledge and understanding of

business, of the functions of an organisation and of the wider business environments

in which organisations operate. Students will examine the different types of

organisations (including for profit and not for profit), their size and scope (for instance

micro, SME, transnational and global) and how they operate. Students will explore the

relationships that organisations have with their various stakeholders and how the

wider external environments influence and shape business decision making.

 

The knowledge, understanding and skill sets that students gain in this unit will help

them to have an insight into different business functions, which will support them

with further study, support the development of analytical thinking and the application

of key analytical tools used throughout business planning, and enable them to choose

their preferred areas of specialism in future studies and in their professional career.

Unit 1: Business and Business Environment

The aim of this unit is to give students background knowledge and understanding of

business, of the functions of an organisation and of the wider business environments

in which organisations operate. Students will examine the different types of

organisations (including for profit and not for profit), their size and scope (for instance

micro, SME, transnational and global) and how they operate. Students will explore the

relationships that organisations have with their various stakeholders and how the

wider external environments influence and shape business decision making.

 

The knowledge, understanding and skill sets that students gain in this unit will help

them to have an insight into different business functions, which will support them

with further study, support the development of analytical thinking and the application

of key analytical tools used throughout business planning, and enable them to choose

their preferred areas of specialism in future studies and in their professional career.

Unit 1: Business and Business Environment

The aim of this unit is to give students background knowledge and understanding of

business, of the functions of an organisation and of the wider business environments

in which organisations operate. Students will examine the different types of

organisations (including for profit and not for profit), their size and scope (for instance

micro, SME, transnational and global) and how they operate. Students will explore the

relationships that organisations have with their various stakeholders and how the

wider external environments influence and shape business decision making.

 

The knowledge, understanding and skill sets that students gain in this unit will help

them to have an insight into different business functions, which will support them

with further study, support the development of analytical thinking and the application

of key analytical tools used throughout business planning, and enable them to choose

their preferred areas of specialism in future studies and in their professional career.

Unit 1: Business and Business Environment

The aim of this unit is to give students background knowledge and understanding of

business, of the functions of an organisation and of the wider business environments

in which organisations operate. Students will examine the different types of

organisations (including for profit and not for profit), their size and scope (for instance

micro, SME, transnational and global) and how they operate. Students will explore the

relationships that organisations have with their various stakeholders and how the

wider external environments influence and shape business decision making.

 

The knowledge, understanding and skill sets that students gain in this unit will help

them to have an insight into different business functions, which will support them

with further study, support the development of analytical thinking and the application

of key analytical tools used throughout business planning, and enable them to choose

their preferred areas of specialism in future studies and in their professional career.