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Categories: Business Management, Retail, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Postgraduate
In a world of increasing career mobility and improving employer/employee relationships, how you manage people at work will only become more important in the years to come. That’s why we believe our Business Management (People Management) BSc degree is so valuable.
Staying up to date with the changing times is going to be invaluable as you move through your career, and people management is a complex skill, make no mistake. One that has sparked a lot of research over recent years. If you’re going to stay on top of the evolving expectations colleagues have of managers, you need a course that is on top of the research.
So what does the research tell us?
These changing dynamics in the workplace are so important to understand and get right. The need for good managers who can get the best out of their colleagues has never been higher, and a course that stays up to date with the changing times has never been more important. This is why the University of Bolton’s Business Management (People Management) BSc degree is so well respected.
A road to success
Business Management students at the University of Bolton get to take advantage of £31 million worth of facilities, including the Institute of Management in Bolton town centre. We’ve also been rated #5 in the UK for Teaching Quality (The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020) and #1 in the North West for Student Satisfaction (Complete University Guide 2021, 2020, 2019).
If you have ever wondered how to get the best out of colleagues, the Business Management (People Management) BSc degree could be the answer.
Find out how to learn vital business skills and get the best out of the people you manage on the Business Management (People Management) BSc course information page.
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