Project topics on business administration?
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There are countless topics for a project in business administration because it’s such a vast topic itself. There are broad areas such as marketing, finance, and management, and then there are subtopics beneath them such as sales, advertising, banking, stock markets, management strategies, etc. If you have the option to pick any topic that relates to business administration, first narrow it down to which broad area you like, then pick a subtopic, then pick a specific case study or business plan to focus on that interests you the most.
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Business Administration refers to every skill that is required inthe birds eye view of running a successful business / firm /organisation. It involves handling accounting and finances, operations, marketingstrategy and most importantly human resources department such thateach works in syncronization with the other and enables profitmaximization. The above is a board level generic definition. Each function ofbusiness has its own depth to be studied and executed. Business Adminstration is a process of managing each and everyaspect of business in order to maintain its growth and stability,in wats that depend upon its own goals.
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The degree in business administration is designed to give a broad knowledge of the functional areas of a company, and their interconnection, while also allowing for specialization in a particular area. BBA programs thus expose students to a variety of “core subjects”, and, as above, allow students to specialize in a specific academic area. The degree also develops the student’s practical managerial skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability. Many programs thus incorporate training and practical experience, in the form of case studies, projects, presentations,internships, industrial visits, and interaction with experts from the industry. The core topics usually comprise: accounting business law and ethics economics financial management human resource management information technology marketing operations management organizational behavior quantitative techniques (business statistics, financial mathematics, operations research) strategic management / The specializations include: Accounting Entrepreneurship Finance Real Estate Human Resource Management International Business Information technology Legal Management Management Management information systems Marketing Operations management Supply chain management Tourism management / Harish(Counsellor at MGU)
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Darlin’ it really all depends on the company you are working for, and what they are looking for from you. To impress them chose an advanced topic, but not too difficult. The topic depends on also how much information you can find on each of your choices. The choice with the most information, should be your topic because then you will have less trouble. You should make a list of tpoics you’re interested in. no more than I’d say 10, then research all of then and which ever has the most information on it should be your topic.
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The topics for business research depend on the subject you are looking at. The question is too general, but there are places to generate such research topics for your specific business.
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What’s the problem What’s the solution Why it will work What are alternatives What will happen if we do nothing? Another alternative What will it cost What will it save What will marginal profit be if we do it What resources will it require in Money,time talent What will it cost if we don’t do it either in terms of lost sales,for instance, or higher costs something like that?