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Who is the course designed for? Experienced property and construction professionals in a wide range of disciplines. Examples include development, construction management, property management, funding, town or programme planning, construction law, architecture and interior design, engineering, facilities management, programme management, development marketing and project information management. Why study this course? ?Increase your understanding of the development process ?Acquire advanced skills in finance and strategic management ?Manage single and multiple projects of all sizes at executive level ?The only course to offer chartered status for project management surveyors ?Opportunity to obtain an MBA with further study Course outline LEVEL 1 Management Science ? the source, application and treatment of financial, fiscal and strategic information analysis, evaluation and control, including networks, CPM and resource allocation descriptive statistics summarising data sampling time series analysis quality benchmarking risk analysis decision making simulation. Marketing Principles and Strategy ? principles of marketing, including PR strategy and business application how businesses compete within chosen markets place pricing promotional mix service management marketing planning buyer behaviour competitive analysis strategic planning models market research marketing information relationship marketing. Managerial Accounting ? principles of accounting for management control finance applied to business budgetary control cash flow capital investment decisions cost?benefit analysis value added statements evaluation of accounting information. Organisation and People Management ? concepts of organisational behaviour theory and practice of managing people strategic issues general management decision making defining management organisational environment groups and teams motivation leadership performance management managing marginal performers reward management communication conflict management. LEVEL 2 Development Strategy and Procedure ? practical issues and management functions associated with key strategic aspects of development town planning value and risk management procurement systems audit review facilities management strategic processes culture, ethics and management of international construction dispute resolution legal aspects. Knowledge Management and Portfolio Management ? process of disseminating information to increase profitability and competitive advantage intellectual capital innovation construction projects three-dimensional project modelling real estate portfolios with asset and fund management from viewpoints of investor, developer, constructor and occupier principles and practice of investment portfolio theory construction adjustment and performance appraisal investment return risk asset pricing and valuing securitisation. Development Finance and Appraisal ? aspects of managerial accounting directly relevant to project management, including investment decisions sources of finance development appraisal contractor appraisal project cost control overseas project financing risk management tax viability case studies. Strategic Management and Management of Change & Innovation ? role of corporate strategic management within construction and real estate industries evolution of strategic management ideas how organisations should grow to suit economic and political environment strategy systems, structure and styles stakeholders context innovation through research, development and business ethics new organisational paradigms models open systems approach political and legal influences skills and competences of the change agent. Face-to-face teaching Two-day sessions are held in March and September of each year in Reading. Overnight accommodation is included in the course fee. Assessment Assessment consists of assignments and examinations (50:50 w

Who is the course designed for? Experienced property and construction professionals in a wide range of disciplines. Examples include development, construction management, property management, funding, town or programme planning, construction law, architecture and interior design, engineering, facilities management, programme management, development marketing and project information management....

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