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Business management professionals are called upon when a business is in dire need of raising its productivity, efficiency or profits. You’ll be tasked with analysing how a business operates and providing advice on how it might be more effective. You may be the difference between a business going bankrupt or it flourishing!
Business management teams usually target the operational management of a business. In these teams, you would think about how a business is organised and structured, and ways this might be done more efficiently. You’ll spend a lot of time analysing and observing your business, collecting data, interviewing employees and looking over records. Then, you’ll present reports detailing areas of weakness in the business and how these might be improved.
There’s room for specialisation in business management. You’ll often need a degree before you can join the industry and you should match your degree to your relevant interests. A degree in economics may help you to specialise in thinking about a company’s spending versus its profits, while a degree in a technological field will enable you to consider how efficient the technology used by a business is for their goals. The solutions you offer will potentially alter how the company is run as a whole, so the stakes can be quite high!