CMI Unit 524 Conducting a Management Project
Research into approaches to management and leadership can lead to dynamic results. Innovation, product development, performance improvement, change, customer service excellence, strategy and problem solving are just some of the results. Without research business can stagnate.
About this course
The aim of the unit is for the learner to conduct management research which will have an impact on organisational practice. It is expected that learners will plan and manage a genuine project in the workplace or an academic enquiry relevant to an identified business need or challenge.
- Know how to plan a management project
- Be able to conduct a management project
1.1 Develop the aim, objectives and scope of a proposed management project
1.2 Specify a research approach for the proposed management project
1.3 Specify the research methods to be used to collect data and information
1.4 Analyse the role of stakeholders involved in the management project
1.5 Examine the factors that need to be considered when developing a plan for the management project
2.1 Conduct research to deliver the management project
2.2 Analyse and interpret research findings using relevant tools and techniques
2.3 Use research findings to analyse options to meet the project aim
2.4 Draw conclusions and propose recommendations
Gemma Shone - NHS