- Format:Cambridge Elevate
- Subject(s):Business Studies
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Peter Stimpson, Alistair Farquharson
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This revised set of resources for Cambridge International AS and A Level Business syllabus (9609) is thoroughly updated for the latest version of the curriculum.
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- Unit 1. Business and its Environment: 1. Enterprise
- 2. Business structure
- 3. Size of business
- 4. Business objectives
- 5. Stakeholders in a business
- 6. Business structure (A Level)
- 7. Size of business (A Level)
- 8. External influences on business activity (A Level)
- 9. External economic influences on business behaviour (A Level)
- Unit 2. People in Organisations: 10. Management and leadership
- 11. Motivation
- 12. Human resource management (HRM)
- 13. Further Human resource management (HRM) (A Level)
- 14. Organisation structure (A Level)
- 15. Business communication (A Level)
- Unit 3. Marketing: 16. What is marketing?
- 17. Market research
- 18. The marketing mix – product and price
- 19. The marketing mix – promotion and place
- 20. Marketing planning (A Level)
- 21. Globalisation and international marketing (A Level)
- Unit 4. Operations and Project Management: 22. The nature of operations
- 23. Operations planning
- 24. Inventory management
- 25. Capacity utilisation (A Level)
- 26. Lean production and quality management (A Level)
- 27. Project management (A Level)
- Unit 5. Finance and Accounting: 28. Business finance
- 29. Costs
- 30. Accounting fundamentals
- 31. Forecasting and managing cash flows
- 32. Costs (A Level)
- 33. Budgets (A Level)
- 34. Contents of published accounts (A Level)
- 35. Analysis of published accounts (A Level)
- 36. Investment appraisal (A Level)
- Unit 6. Strategic Management: 37. What is strategic management? (A Level)
- 38. Strategic analysis (A Level)
- 39. Strategic choice (A Level)
- 40. Strategic implementation (A Level)
- Unit 7: 41. Preparing for your examinations (A Level)
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