All our MBAs are oriented towards management (Business & Entrepreneurship, Retail Management, Banking and Insurance Management, Human Resources Management , International Business Management).
What is management?
Management can be defined as a set of resources/organisation techniques used to administer an organisation, and including the art of handling people, in order to obtain a satisfactory performance. These resources may be financial, human or material. By "organisation", we mean a company, administration or even an association.
In short, management consists in forecasting (goals and means), organising (the means and methods allowing us to reach goals), leading (taking decisions and giving instructions), coordinating (actions and tasks) and supervising (the actions undertaken, and comparing results with goals).
MBway, the MBA management culture
Management and the managerial role are subject to the constant changes in organisations (companies, administrations, etc.) and their environment (in terms of economics, competition, regulations, technology, etc.). The aim of MBway is to train pragmatic, effective, operational managers with a wide capacity to adapt themselves, and who can meet the needs and requirements of the companies they join.
This adaptation capacity, guaranteeing the manager's employability, is based on a close relationship that our business schools have developed in each of their regions with the world of business, helping us to anticipate and assess the needs of future recruiters.
As part of this process, each year, the MBway "Development Board" brings together professionals to provide updates on changes to the world of work and to adapt the teaching content of our management MBAs to the real needs of companies.
The MBAs on offer at MBway are based on an innovative learning approach combining academic knowledge, a progressive approach, role plays and personal development.
What are the different areas of management?
There is a wide range of management areas, making it a real meeting point of skills and knowledge. The most important of them are finance, accounting, taxation, marketing, sales, human resources, managing information systems, project management, etc.
It should be noted that management is based on a range of techniques and models and that the world of business is characterised by complex situations. So management includes a host of different aspects and often involves other disciplines, such as economics, sociology, psychology, etc.