4 Business Programs Valuable to Employers

When all of the periphery of business operations are considered, the main objective of all businesses is success.

Business owners want to ensure daily business transactions result in value of time, effort and financial stability. Significant business functions include management of the flow of goods and services, management of employee projects related to business functions, financial management and oversight and illness and injury protection for employees.

Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management that maintains streamlined supply side activities. Project management that initiates, plans, executes, controls and brings satisfactory closure to team work and reaches project goals in a timely, efficient, cost-effective manner. This doesn’t mean that you have to have a crystal ball and predict the future, but you should be able to familiarize yourself with the processes that you can foresee future problems and prevent them from happening.  Think of this like being the conductor at a symphony. You have your score that has everyone’s parts, and this roadmap can help you guide them through their queues.

HR Management

 Illness and injury protection that reduces employer liability, loss of employee productivity and business down time. You should be able to know that letting an employee recover for a day or two is better for your bottom line, and team morale, than a team that’s sick for 3 weeks and working at half capacity. You need to be able to make decisions about spending, and how everyday activities affect your team. Taking HR courses in employee management can help make these decisions.

Computer Management

In each of the four valuable programs employers should consider is the need for educated, highly trained employees. For example, in order for a business to maintain state-of-the-art performance and industry ranking, the business should rely on a designer trained in UX/UI to assist with the design of UI (user interfaces) relative to equipment, machines and software that are part of daily business functions. These include mobile devices, computers, other types of electronic devices and home appliances and design focus on maximum usability and user interface.

In UX, the trained employee focuses on design of products and shapes linked to human behavior. For sales, advertising and marketing functions, a UX trained employee is essential to growth of the customer base.

Another valuable program employers should consider is coding bootcamp. As each business year passes, technology evolves and develops causing employers to keep pace with technological changes.

A coding bootcamp provides employers with the opportunity to keep their web development state-of-the-art, the online website in high ranking and their products and services highly visible to potential customers.

Time Management

If there is a single crucial issue an employer faces daily, it is timely use of staffing, equipment and customer relations.

In the world of supply chain management programs, placing focus on time as it relates to business operations is the method used to teach the link between time, money and business success.

A well educated, highly trained staff is an asset few employers can overlook. This is especially important in supply chain management where business activities require oversight to ensure timely, cost effective flow of daily operations. For this heavily consequential task, a Masters in Supply Chain Management adds significant value.

A Masters in Supply Chain Management, a Bachelor or Masters in Project Management or PM certification, a Masters of Business Administration and OSHA Safety Degrees are four types of degree programs valuable to employers. You should also consider work experience. An employer may prefer your mix of education and applicable work experience over a recent grad with no job experience.

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