Business Management Study & Revision Guides

 

IBDP Business Management students must study five units: business organisation and environment, human resource management, finance and accounts, marketing, and operations management. OSC’s Business Management Study and Revision Guides offer reviews of all five obligatory units, exam practice, and guidance for students.

Each Guide:

  • Reviews the entire core curriculum
  • Integrates business concepts, content, and contexts
  • Reviews content and theory in sufficient depth to support detailed examination responses
  • Details the command terms that are used in examination questions

Both guides are valid for the 2016-2022 exam cycle.

 

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Business Management HL 3rd Edition
£23.00
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  • Author: Paul Clark | 3 Ed. | ISBN: 9781910689240
  • This Guide provides support throughout your IBDP Business Management course, with the extra depth of coverage required for HL.

    Coverage includes:

    • A review of all five obligatory units
    • Applying theory to real business activity
    • Guidance on how to use knowledge and skills effectively in the exam
    • Assessment objectives and common command terms

    Key features:

    • Concise definitions of important business concepts
    • Exam-style practice questions, including data response questions
    • Examiner tip boxes to help students obtain high marks
  • About the Author

    Paul Clark has taught Business and Economics subjects for over 25 years and has considerable experience as an examiner and moderator for several examination boards. He is also an Author, blogger and developer of e-learning resources.
     

Business Management SL 3rd Edition
£20.00
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  • Author: Paul Clark | 3 Ed. | ISBN: 9781910689257
  • This Guide provides support throughout your IBDP Business Management course and is specifically designed for the needs of SL students.

    Coverage includes:

    • Specifically designed for the needs of SL students
    • Reviews all five obligatory units
    • Shows how to apply theory to real business activity
    • Uses case studies and examples to contextualise key concepts
    • Provides guidance on how to use knowledge and skills effectively in the exam
    • Covers assessment objectives and common command terms

    Features:

    • Concise definitions of important business concepts
    • Exam-style practice questions, including data response questions
    • Examiner tip boxes to help students obtain high marks
  • About the Author

    Paul Clark has taught Business and Economics subjects for over 25 years and has considerable experience as an examiner and moderator for several examination boards. He is also an Author, blogger and developer of e-learning resources.