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BCRBIM

Bachelor of Commerce in Business Management with electives in Risk-Based Integrated Management

 

Even with multiple specialists on the payroll, many organisations still faltered or failed during recent business disruptions. This uncovered a need for the competence to collect and connect (the domain of generalists) the proverbial dots generated through specialists’ depth of expertise.

The Risk-based Integrated Management (RIM) curriculum aims to equip generalist practitioners with a breadth of perspective, a deep understanding of their organisation as a meaningful whole, and the ability to oversee a transdisciplinary RIM framework and system of management. RIM Practitioners may have risk management, continuity, cybersecurity, governance, resilience, quality, innovation, health and safety, environment, social responsibility, compliance, and many more management disciplines as part of their portfolio.

Regulations and standards specify only ‘what’ needs to be done; this curriculum will add to practitioners’ knowledge of the ‘how’. Systems thinking, together with some rather specific supplementary competencies, knowledge, and skills acquired, will help RIM Practitioners secure the acceptance of their executive teams and accelerate their shift from an operational level to a more strategic role in their organisations.

Modules
RIM 1A:

Business Requirements Analysis

15
RIM 1B:

Integrating Risk Management with Management Practices and Processes

15
Credits 30

 

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Modules
RIM 2A:

Management System Planning and Design

20
RIM 2B:

The Process Approach to Management

20
RIM 2C:

Management System Implementation and Operation

10
  50

 

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Year 3
RIM 3A:

Management System Performance Evaluation and Improvement

15
RIM 3B:

Corporate Self-regulation

15
RIM 3C:

Risk-based Integrated Management (RIM)

10
  40

 

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