Business Management (English)

The minor field in business management is intended for students who want to develop and deepen their knowledge in the field of organizational design, international management, modeling in management, corporate finance and supply chain management. Graduates of the minor will be able to orient themselves in a wide range of tools and techniques applicable in business management and will be able to design and implement complex systems in a dynamic globalized environment. This minor field is taught in English language.

The graduates will be able to…

  • analyze basic concepts such as globalization, integration, political and economic systems and risk, analyze the level of social institutions and cultural and ethical specifics of countries and propose an optimal strategy for foreign market entry and optimal organizational structure, analyze the consequences of the chosen strategy in terms of human resources specifics,
  • apply selected models of organizational design in the evaluation of the organization as a whole, put into context the individual subcomponents of the organization and explain their interrelationships, discuss the consistency and inconsistency of subcomponents of the organization, plan changes in the organization with respect to the interrelationships of subcomponents of organizational design,
  • design a suitable business model for a specifically determined organizational structure, define the method of synthesis of value-creating indicators in profit and non-profit organization, following its business model, to apply systemic, ie holistic and feedback approach in analysis and design of structural and parametric design of controlled issues, recognize standardized forms value creation and performance and define their characteristic indicators, analyze organizational knowledge and data in order to create a valid conceptual model of the managed entity, use optimal modeling tools for different ranges and levels of management problems, compare different types of management strategies, harmonizing and optimizing key performance indicators,
  • apply selected logistics techniques in the design and evaluation of the supply chain, analyze the risks associated with the creation of the supply chain, discuss the specifics of different types of supply chains.