Operational Business Management II (Horticulture)
Operational Business Management II (Horticulture) BHT327
The ability to manage staff is pivotal in any enterprise (commercial or public); and in a society where law is becoming increasingly complex; the modern horticultural manager also needs to have a firm understanding of basic legal practice. This course focuses on building your capacity to manage staff anf legal aspects within the horticultural enterprise.
There are 7 lessons in this course:
- The Law and Horticulture 10 hrs
- Contract Law 10hrs
- Employment Law 10hrs
- PBL Financial Management 20hrs
- Staff Performance Management 10hrs
- Motivating Employees in Horticulture 10 hrs
- PBL Management Case Study 30 hrs
- Problem Based Learning
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.
- Discuss, examine and evaluate legal systems and laws that are relevant to the management of horticultural enterprises.
- Examine, evaluate and debate the elements that comprise the making of valid contracts in the horticulture industry.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principal areas of employment legislation
- Compare financial management requirements for a series of optional horticultural enterprises in two or more different countries.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principal areas of performance management & staffing within a business environment.
- Determine and apply an understanding of motivation theory to better manage staff performance within a horticultural business environment
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