A year – wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below.
Retail management needs a new generation of smart retail professionals of international calibre, and this course aims to equip such eligible candidates with skills in the best practices followed across the globe in retail. Retail Managers are responsible for:
Purchasing Managers buy retail products meant to be sold in stores.Such professionals may choose to specialize in specific retail specialties, such as:
A Retail Sales Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a retail store and overseeing salespeople, customer service representatives, and other employees. They interview, hire, and train new employees. They may also prepare schedules and assign duties for current employees. They often work nights, weekends, holidays, and may personally handle customer complaints
An Advertising Manager oversees the advertising activity of a business. Specific role of an Advertising Manager varies depending on the business. They may manage the staff and activities of an outside ad agency that the business has hired, or create the business’ advertising in house.
Some general activities for this occupation include forming and directing the business’ strategy for advertising, implementing advertising campaigns, and supervising various advertising-related departments.
A specific Advertising Campaign Manager must estimate the campaign’s budget and approve the advertising material, and evaluate the campaign’s overall performance to its conclusion.
International Sales Managers direct, train, and supervise the sales staff. They coordinate the operations of the sales department across the globe by establishing goals, and monitoring the volume of sales from staff members.
They must also review progress reports to determine customer needs, sales potential, and the pricing of products or services.
Sales staff are typically assigned territories or geographic regions by an International Sales Manager, and managers constantly monitor and evaluate their progress.
A Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is a top-tier executive who most often reports to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
They manage the day-to-day operations of a business and are sometimes referred to as the Chief Operating Officer. Scope of this position depends largely on the size of the business and the industry in which it operates. They usually manage numerous branches of the business including finance, sales, human resources, and marketing.
Business Operations Manager and government agencies plan and organize the activities of businesses, and non-profit organizations. Depending on the organization, they may also be responsible for overseeing a variety of departments from human resources to accounts payable.
Some job duties may include coordinating educational assignments for staff, reviewing budgetary information, monitoring expense reports, and interpreting financial data. They perform cost-benefit analyses on internal programs.