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Strategy and Innovation in a Global Context*Building an in-depth understanding of the drivers of profitability for firms in the economy, in order to design managerial strategies to improve a firm and defend its competitive advantage in both the short- and long-term.Business in the Global Environment*Focusing on globalisation to develop an understanding of the external, economy-wide factors which affect the performance and management of firms in today's global economy.An international study trip incorporating company visits and team work, plus practical projects working with a cross-cultural team of classmates, will give you exposure to the real-world business environment and grow your practical managerial talent.Students are required to attend an introductory course starting early September 2019, before the beginning of the programme.This course will provide the necessary basic pre-requisites to succeed on the programme and its core courses, and will provide additional professional and personal development opportunities to set you on your chosen career path.Autumn term (* denotes a half unit) Operations and Managerial Economics*Exploring the fundamental foundations of management theory and practice, with a focus on operations management and managerial economics.In addition to the programme's core courses, you will also have the chance to select up to two optional elective courses during the Spring term of the programme in order to tailor the programme to your own interests and career goals.Elective courses are available in a range of topics relevant for managers today: (* denotes a half unit) International Finance* Entrepreneurial Finance* Pricing Strategy* International Business Strategy and Emerging Markets* Thinking Strategically* Analytics for Strategic Decisions* Handling Disruption: Humanitarian Emergencies Management and Development* Supply Chain Management* Strategy and Change in Public Sector Management* Negotiation Analysis* Globalisation and Human Resource Management* Social Computing, Data and Information Service* Data Governance: Privacy, Openness and Transparency* Corporate Strategy* Design and Management of Organisations* Organisational Change* Information Technology and Service Innovation* Cross Cultural Management* Marketing Analytics II: Analytics for Managing Innovations, Products and Brands* New Media Marketing: Managing Online and Social Media* Contemporary Topics in Advanced Technology Management* Innovations in the governance of public services delivery* You can find the most up-to-date list of optional courses in the Programme Regulations section of the current School Calendar.

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Organisational Behaviour for Master's in Management*Developing an understanding of human behaviour in the workplace, founded in psychological theory.