A+ Business Management Exam VCE Units 3&4 precisely matches the VCE Business Management Study Design, implemented in 2017. The tests gradually increase in length, content and difficulty, including 13 practice tests and hundreds of questions.
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Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1 & 2 6e Unit 1: Planning a business Unit 2: Establishing a business Topic 1: The business idea Topic 4: Legal requirements and financial considerations Topic 2: Planning a business – external environment Topic 5: Marketing a business Topic 3: Planning a business – internal environment Topic 6: Staffing a business
Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 3 & 4 6e Unit 3: Managing a business Unit 4: Transforming a business Topic 1: Business foundations Topic 4: Reviewing performance – the need for change Topic 2: Managing employees Topic 5: Implementing change Topic 3: Operations management