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Career Pathways MBA

What kinds of positions are held by those who have a degree in Business Management? They start as a

  1. Business Operations managers manage deadlines and enforce quality standards to maximize efficiency. Because many corporations have international supply chains and complex manufacturing systems, it can be difficult to ensure that all of the different components of a business are working properly.

  2. Brand managers are responsible for developing brand strategies, promoting brand growth and expansion, implementing brand plans, and using a variety of data to drive volume and profitability. In their essence, brand managers are focused on achieving brand business objectives in the short and long term.

  3. Customer Relationship managers engage with customers to ensure they have an excellent experience with the product. They analyse customer data to improve the product experience. They ensure that customer queries and issues are resolved. They develop and maintain customer relationship to promote retention and loyalty.

  4. Business Intelligence analysts are responsible for executing analysis work related to the development and support of reporting dashboards. The BI Analyst will provide analytic and strategic support for business intelligence activities—acting as an intermediary between the business community and technical community working with IT project teams and business clients to collect, clarify and translate business requirements into documentation and conceptual design.

  5. Account managers act as organization’s personal representative to a client. They foster client relationships, work with sales and marketing teams to find new clients, prepare presentations and sales pitches and communicate client agendas to the rest of the company. Depending on their employers, these professionals may work with individual customers or clients who represent entire businesses. Monitoring budgets and explaining cost factors to clients are also part of this role.

  6. Financial analysts conduct qualitative analyses concerning a company’s finances and investments. They compose charts, graphs and spreadsheets; forecasting business, industry and economic conditions through analysis of financial information. They also determine the prices at which a company should offer its product to the public market and prepare investment plans that capitalize on their financial analysis.

  7. Marketing managers estimate the demand for products and services that an organization, and its competitors, offer. They identify potential markets for the organization’s products and oversee a team that develops strategies to maximize profits.

  8. Sales managers are the professionals responsible for setting the strategy behind sales initiatives and goals. They resolve customer complaints, prepare budgets, monitor customer preferences to determine the focus of sales efforts and analyze sales statistics. Most sales managers direct the distribution of goods and services by assigning sales territories, setting sales goals and establishing training programs for the organization’s sales representatives. This may also involve recruiting and hiring new sales staff and evaluating their performances.

  9. Project managers track work to be completed, set deadlines and delegate tasks to project teams and identifying any potential risks. Project managers are responsible for completing the project work in line with the plan and will often report progress to senior managers.

  10. Human Resource managers develop, advice and implement policies relating to the effective use of staff in an organisation. Their aim is to ensure that the organisation provides the right balance of staff in terms of skill and experience, and that training and development opportunities are available to employees to enhance their performance and achieve the company's business aims. HR managers are involved in a range of activities whatever the size or type of business. These cover areas such as conditions of employment, equality and diversity, negotiation with external work-related agencies, pay, recruitment and working practices.

  11. Retail managers manage the daily operations of a store or department and will have employees reporting to them. You'll report to an area manager. They will ensure promotions are run accurately and to the company's standards and make sure that staff are all working towards the target for the day. They also need to ensure that excellent customer care standards are met at all times. Retail manager, also need to manage stock levels and make key decisions about stock control, analyse sales figures and forecast future sales, analyse and interpret trends to facilitate planning and use information technology to record sales figures, analyse data and forward plan.

  12. Construction managers or site managers, are responsible for ensuring that a building project is completed safely, within an agreed timeframe and budget. Managing the practical side of every stage of the building project they work closely with architects, surveyors and other building professionals in planning and delivery. They also supervise and direct a range of operations on a construction site and ensure that all tradespeople and contractors are working together to an agreed plan and that progress is being made.

Career Pathways B.COM

What kinds of positions are held by those who have an undergraduate degree in Commerce?

  1. Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks focus on monitoring and maintaining a company’s financial records. Duties typically include coding documents according to procedure, recording and summarizing numerical data on behalf of the company and reconciling any financial discrepancies found all while complying with state and company policies.

  2. Accountants are responsible for all accounting and finance activities, including payroll administration, preparation of accounts, balance sheets and tax returns, and invoice management. In medium or large enterprises, an accounting may be part of a team, reporting to an experienced accounts manager. As a part on a consulting firm they are responsible for the preparation and checking of clients’ business accounts, bookkeeping, tax returns and other financial documentation, which are then certified by supervising accountants.

  3. Auditors are specialists who review the accounts of companies and organisations to ensure the validity and legality of their financial records. They can also act in an advisory role to recommend possible risk aversion measures and cost savings that could be made. They work in the accounting departments of firms and with independent chartered and certified firms, examining the money going in and out of organisations and making sure it is recorded and processed correctly.

  4. Forensic Accountants combine their accounting knowledge with investigative skills, and is specialised form of Audit.  They may be employed by public accounting firms’ forensic accounting divisions, by firms specializing in risk consulting and forensic accounting services, or by lawyers, law enforcement agencies, insurance companies, government organizations, or financial institutions. The heightened awareness and intolerance of fraudulent activity has seen the rise for forensic accounting.

  5. Payroll administrators ensure that all staff receive their wages accurately and on time, usually on a monthly basis. While the most visible function is producing the pay slips every month, the work includes close communication with managers and HR colleagues to find out about new recruits, promotions, and agreed benefits packages, to name a few.

  6. Tax advisors help commercial and private clients in tax planning and compliance according to statutory and regulatory rules, maintaining proper records, and ensuring exact tax rates are applied and correct amounts are deposited with the prescribed authorities.

  7. Risk assessors methodically identify risks, evaluate them and recommend the appropriate actions to take; for example, if a client wants to expand their business, they’ll need to consider the costs of staff numbers, the available pool of skills, the technology required, competitor reactions and supply chain disruption. A risk assessor requires numerical and analytical skills. Insurance advisers are the intermediary in insurance-based transactions between insurance companies and an individual or commercial client. They sell and manage insurance products across companies and risk types.

  8. Financial consultants help a business increase shareholder value and improve capital efficiency. Their job may be to help put a mergers and acquisitions (M&As) package together or design a compensation strategy for company executives. Many consultants work within the corporate finance division of a business. Others may work independently or within third-party consulting firms.

  9. Financial analysts often work for an investment bank or asset manager. They examine financial and nonfinancial information, micro and macroeconomic data, and other variables to evaluate the financial health of a company. They frequently use this analysis to make a recommendation about the company that they analyze, such as to buy or sell a stock.

  10. Financial traders buy and sell financial products, such as bonds, shares and assets, on behalf of investors, i.e. investment banks, large companies and wealthy individuals. These professionals liaise with investment analysts, and use their own analytical skills and financial knowledge to survey the financial markets and make predictions. Their ultimate aim is to make as much money as possible for their client, whilst reducing financial risk.

Career Pathways BBA

What kinds of positions are held by those who have a undergraduate degree in Business Administration?

  1. Customer service associate are all about serving the customer. Whether it’s listening to a customer’s questions or concerns, placing orders, providing information about products and services or recording details of customer contact information, these business professionals make sure customers and clients are seen to.

  2. Sales associate can be found in a wide range of industries—if there’s a product or service, businesses need someone to help sell it. They offer expertise on merchandise, answer customer questions and process transactions. Many of these positions have the incentives which are target based increasing the possibility of higher remuneration.

  3. Administrative assistant typically answer phone calls, schedule meetings, update database information, prepare invoices and manage incoming and outgoing mail. These employees must be organized and detail-oriented, as they are responsible for tasks that keep businesses running smoothly.

  4. Relationship banker handles a client’s entire relationship with a bank. From loans and personal accounts to trust funds and investments, these bankers have knowledge about wide range of products and services a bank offers. By answering clients’ questions and helping them make the right decision for their finances, they can ensure an enduring relationship with the bank. They are the central point of contact for clients, and they often work with businesses to help manage more complex needs.

  5. Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks focus on monitoring and maintaining a company’s financial records. Duties typically include coding documents according to procedure, recording and summarizing numerical data on behalf of the company and reconciling any financial discrepancies found while complying with regulatory requirements and company policies.

  6. Business analysts spend their work days gathering data concerning problems or procedures within a company. These are based on interviews conducted with employees, on-site observation and close study of company documents.  They then analyze the collected information to generate possible solutions or alterations in procedure.

  7. Financial analysts conduct qualitative analyses concerning a company’s finances and investments. They compose charts, graphs and spreadsheets; forecasting business, industry and economic conditions through analysis of financial information. They also determine the prices at which a company should offer its product to the public market and prepare investment plans that capitalize on their financial analysis.

  8. Marketing and Advertising associates are well suited for those with a bit of creative flair. Business graduates can use the analysis and report-writing skills honed during their degree in order to conduct market research, develop marketing strategies, manage client relationships, liaise with copywriters, designers and printers, analyze markets and evaluate campaign results. They will likely be working alongside specialists such as designers, video producers and copywriters, and will need to continually broaden their skillsets to keep pace with changes in technology and market trends.

  9. Human Resource associates require both business acumen and highly honed interpersonal skills. Recruitment, training and pay are all areas handled by the HR department. Great communication skills are essential, in addition to a good basic understanding of business operations and management as well as detailed and up-to-date knowledge of employment laws and company regulations.

  10. Retail associate assist in variety of tasks that make a store work. These range from behind the scenes functions (such as buying, inventory, and merchandising) to the sales floor (such as sales and customer service). Some common tasks you can expect to perform during your retail management career include overseeing vendors and the buying process, managing inventory, creating and maintaining store displays, analysing market trends and researching competitors.