fbpx Micro-credential certification in Strategic and Change Management MGT3514 (BBM) | Africa Open Learning
Overview: 

The programme is designed to develop and enhance students' understanding of key strategic management frameworks, theoretical contexts, decision-making processes and the intricacies of change management with regard to strategic thinking within business and change management. This programme highlights the integration of the knowledge of business into the process of strategic planning and execution.

Note: Subject relates to Bachelor of Business Management

Awarding Body: 

This programme is designed, delivered, assessed and awarded by SEGi University through the Africa Open Learning Platform. 

Discipline: 
Business & Accounting
Entry Requirements: 

Entry Requirements - No 
Min. Age Requirement - 19 Years and Above 
Language Proficiency - Yes 
Numeracy Proficiency - No 
Prerequisites - No

Contents: 
  1. ‚ÄčIntroduction to strategic and change management 
  2. Pest analysis 
  3. Product differentiation 
  4. Value chain analysis 
  5. Resources based view 
  6. Strategic drift 
  7. Intended and emergent economy 
  8. Business environment 
  9. Challenges in entering a market 
  10. Vrio analysis 
  11. Strategies and improvement for changes 

 

Credit Transfer: 
Upon successful completion of this Micro-credential certification in Strategic and Change Management (BBM), students will be able to transfer grades and credits into the following programme(s):
  1. Bachelor of Business Management
Continuing Education: 

Upon successful completion of this Bachelor of Business Management programme and meeting the necessary entry requirements, students will be able to progress into the following programme(s):

  1. Master of Financial Planning 
  2. Master of Accountancy 
  3. Master of Business Administration (Global Business)
  4. Master of Business Administration (General Management) 
Career Opportunities: 

This module enable the students to identify and explain the variety of key alternative strategic choices relevant to the organization given its resources, competencies, and sources of competitive advantage.