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Diploma in Management – review


Title: Diploma in Management
Author: Management Unlimited
Publisher: TrainingZONE
Format: 17 modules in Adobe Acrobat

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Search for individual modules on Communication in Management, Culture and Change, Employee Relations, Financial Management, Health and Safety, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development, Interpersonal processes, Management Context, Managing Information, Managing Quality, Motivation, Planning and Decision Making, Project Management, Stress, Teams, Time Management.

Download a sample module from the Diploma in Management on Human Resource Management.


Junior managers may find this a useful guide to keep on their shelves and dip into occasionally. The range of business topics is its strength. The need for managers to keep abreast of new developments has been missed in places. Key competencies such as managing people, managing activities and managing and developing yourself have been considered, albeit in some instances scantily. Some new thinking such as EFQM has been considered, other chances have been missed. No resource can tell every manager what they need to know in every situation but some modules will undoubtedly provide guidance which will help build up managerial knowledge and skills. I think this will be popular in England because of its price but unfortunately probably not in Northern Ireland because of its reliance upon English Law. I may consider recommending it to colleagues in England if it were accredited by, for example, the Institute of Management.


- Section on HRD in HR Management particularly impressive
- Quality and Financial Management Modules easy reading
- Context Module useful history of management thought


- Not clear who target audience is or learning outcomes
- What standard this is, graduate, post-graduate etc
- Has this been accredited and by whom?
- Would benefit from further modules on Marketing and Operations Management
- The law relied upon is that of England and Wales
- Disappointing not to see more about TU law in Employee Relations Module
- More review questions at the end of modules would reinforce learning

Ann Doyle
Lecturer in HRM/OB and Managing Director of IDSNI

One Response

  1. Benefits of management
    Benefits of management diploma: Affordable, Beneficial towards Promotion Opportunities , Career Pathway .

    Convenient,like you can access your qualification 24/7 online. You can complete your qualification anywhere, any time.
    Credits gained towards Advanced Diploma and University Bachelor -also save time and money.
    Help to Improve work performance, motivation and job satisfaction.
    If you are working,then can gain a promotion, wider job opportunities and many more.


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