After you complete this course, you will be able to define your role as a manager and identify how that role differs from other roles you have had, understand the management challenge and the new functions of management discover how you can prepare for and embrace the forces of change, identify ways to get you and your workspace organized and get a jump on the next crisis, identify your leadership profile and explore ways to use this knowledge to improve your success as a manager, enhance your ability to communicate with others in meetings and through presentations, and create an action plan for managing your career success.
To start this course, you will review the fundamentals of finance (including basic terms, generally accepted accounting principles, and financial roles in an organization). Then, you will learn about different types of budgets and a six-step budgeting process. You will also learn how to monitor budgets, perform basic ratio analysis, and compare investment opportunities.
In this course, you will learn about the essential elements of feedback, important communication techniques, and a framework for informal and formal feedback. Youll also learn some tips for receiving feedback.
In this course, you will learn what a project is and what a project manager does. You will also learn about the life cycle of a project. In particular, you will focus on the conceptual phase of project management, where you identify, prioritize, and scope a project idea.