Business Management & Entrepreneurship

UniKL BIS (Business School)

List of courses

Financial Management for SME

This course will introduce students to: • Fundamentals of Accounting • Introduction to Transaction Analysis • Record Keeping and Accounting Process • Trial Balance and Financial Statement Preparation • Accrual Accounting and Adjusting Entries • Depreciation • Closing the Books • Ratio Analysis Learning Objectives • To provide business managers and entrepreneurs with knowledge in elementary accounting in both financial reporting and costing.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand three types of accounting reports required (Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement)
  • Identify changes to the accounting equation from a given business transaction.
  • Review transaction analysis, the chart of account, general journals, posting to the general ledger and preparing financial statements.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Basic Accounting for SME

This course will introduce students to: • Fundamentals of Accounting • Introduction to Transaction Analysis • Record Keeping and Accounting Process • Trial Balance and Financial Statement Preparation • Accrual Accounting and Adjusting Entries • Depreciation • Closing the Books • Ratio Analysis Learning Objectives • To provide business managers and entrepreneurs with knowledge in elementary accounting in both financial reporting and costing.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand three types of accounting reports required (Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement)

  • Identify changes to the accounting equation from a given business transaction.

  • Review transaction analysis, the chart of account, general journals, posting to the general ledger and preparing financial statements.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

SAS Programming for Business Analysts

This course will introduce students to: • Basic Econometrics • The Nature Of Regression Analysis • Time Series Econometrics Learning Objectives • To equip participants with knowledge in data analysis using SAS Programming • To provide participants with skills in managing SAS Enterprise Guide • To reveal SAS capability huge database and in generating reports.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand Stationary Stochastic Process.

  • Explain Test Of Stationarity Explain Spurious Regression.

  • Describe Cointegration And Error Correction Mechanism.

  • Understand Approaches To Economic Forecasting.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Strategic Marketing for SME

This course will introduce students to: • Steps to take to develop competitive strategies while considering internal and external environmental influences • External forces influence the competitive environment • Classifications of consumer products and briefly describe each category • Consumer behavior and competition • Cultural factors that influence consumer behavior • The steps in the consumer decision-making process Learning Objectives • The course aims to learn exactly what to consider as you develop and present your plan, including market data and competitor capabilities.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the types of competition that marketers face and the steps to take to develop competitive strategies while considering internal and external environmental influences.
  • Develop a competitive strategy.
  • Describe how external forces influence the competitive environment.
  • Contrast relationship marketing with transaction-based marketing.
  • Describe the classifications of consumer products and briefly describe each category.
  • Explain the concept of business life cycles and identify how the served market concept assists in evaluating competition.
  • Identify how the served market concept affects competitive decisions.
  • Identify the cultural and social determinants of consumer behavior and needs, and outline the steps in the consumer decision process.
  • Identify the cultural factors and social influences that influence consumer behavior.
  • Identify needs that determine consumer behavior.
  • Outline the steps in the consumer decision-making process.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Supply Chain Management for SME

This course will introduce students to: • Introduction to Supply Chain Management for Competitive Business Advantage • Inventory Management and Control to Improve Profitability • Strategic Sourcing, Supplier and Buyer Relationship Management • Managing Transportation, Warehousing and 3PL • Lean concepts and Supply Chain Management Learning Objectives • The course seeks to both improve entrepreneurs’ understanding of operations strategies and enhance the analytical skills. The course will present several analytical techniques which would aid you in making decisions in the real world. In the meanwhile, the course will introduce various aspects, issues, and initiatives in nowadays business operations.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand of the importance of operations strategies and the challenges;
  • Develop an appreciation for the major strategic issues and trade-offs in supply chain management;
  • Acquire analytical capability to uncover problems and improvement opportunities in supply chain management and recommend improvement along the dimensions of efficiency, quality and speed, and improved team-work capability to cooperate with others to solve business operations problems in supply chain management.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Strategic Supply Chain Management for SME

This course will introduce students to: • The fundamental of strategic Supply Chain Management • Objectives and Scope of Strategic Supply Chain Management • Drivers of Supply Chain Performance • Supply Chain best practices in different industries Learning Objectives • The course seeks to both improve entrepreneurs’ understanding of operations strategies and enhance the analytical skills. The course will present several analytical techniques which would aid you in making decisions in the real world. In the meanwhile, the course will introduce various aspects, issues, and initiatives in nowadays business operations.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding on strategic supply chain management concepts & principles.
  • Understand why strategic supply chain management is critical to any business’s success today.
  • Know what areas organizations need to focus to create an effective supply chain structure or configuration.
  • Interpret the learning of supply chain discipline into best practices with examples.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Innovation Management in Small Businesses

This course will introduce students to: • What is the Management of Technological Innovation? • Organizing for Innovation • Technological Innovation • Innovation Strategy • Networks and Communities of Innovators • The Management of Research and Development • Managing Product Innovation • The Other Side of R&D: Learning from Others • Capturing Value from Innovation • Future Challenges Learning Objectives • The course aims to equip participants with an understanding of the main issues in the management of innovation and an appreciation of the relevant skills needed to manage innovation at both strategic and operational levels. It provides evidence of different approaches based on real-world examples and experiences of leading organizations from around the world.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the main issues in the management of innovation and an appreciation of the relevant skills needed to manage innovation at both strategic and operational levels.
  • Understand the strategies, tools and techniques for managing innovation, which often requires a different set of management knowledge and skills from those employed in everyday business administration.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Effective Business Communication

This course will introduce students to: • Theories of human communication; features of language; hierarchy and process of communication. • Inter- and cross-cultural communication: Barriers to communication; brainstorming discussions and case studies. • Organizational communication; downward, upward and lateral. Non-verbal communication. • Effective business correspondence: strategies and types. • Numerous writing techniques for technical and business correspondence • Business English techniques. • Correspondence in business and official domains: types and strategies. • Memorandums and notice-agenda-minutes. • Job interview techniques. • Report writing process. Learning Objectives • The course aims to prepare the participants to face challenging verbal and written situations confidently, as well as enhance their personal & organizational functions effectively. They would also be able to utilize their knowledge in inter- personal and cross- cultural settings.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the theories of human communication.
  • Apply effectively the process of communication, inter- and cross-cultural communication in verbal and writing.
  • Strategize effectively business in verbal and writing through correspondence, sales and promotion, interview and other purposes.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Advanced Applied Leadership

This course will introduce students to: • This course will introduce participants on how to transform the traditional thinking and attitude of a boss to stepwise become a coach in practice. Learning Objectives • To develop self-confidence and self esteem • To improve team building and decision making skills • To think out of the box: To develop a cooperative and helpful attitude towards team members and colleagues • To strive for a competitive and winning culture • To make bold changes for improvements.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • What is “Leadership”?

  • Own Leadership Challenges

  • Transformational Leadership Maturity Model and Leadership Maturity Test

  • Role Play- how to deal with staff in different levels of maturity

  • The Transformational Leader and the Team * Leadership Profile

  • Transformational Leadership – A CIP to Excel

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Fundamentals of Leadership

This course will introduce students to: • The workshop introduces participants to the essentials of leadership, which are required in modern business management. From business point of view, the program helps future and existing managers embrace people skills, manage organizational change and above all develop leadership skills to accomplish corporate goals. Learning Objectives • Explore and identify individual leadership strengths • Create a dynamic and performance-oriented culture in the organization • Apply a practical approach on your • Working/learning environment.

Objectives

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Gain insights into motivating and coaching subordinates.
  • Becoming aware of chances and risks of change management.
  • Learn how to drive innovation and creativity among subordinates.
  • Understand why and how change management creates business sustainability.
  • Recognize key factors that cause business leaders to fail.

Duration:
2 days

Awarding Bodies:
UniKL Business School

Target Audience:
Government Agencies, Public Listed Companies, Corporate Clients and Industries Around the World

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory & Practical

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

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