Jobs directly related to a degree in Management typically include:
A business analyst works within an organization to help to manage, changing and planning for the future in line with their goals The Business Analyst is asked to identify future needs and create solutions to help meet those needs, usually in relation to information and software systems.
A management accountant prepares, develops and analyses financial information for an organization’s management team to use when making well-informed decisions, to secure future stability, growth and profitability. This is done by managing and reducing operational and production costs and implementing newer, more effective strategies.
Management consultants help organisations to solve issues, create value, maximise growth and improve business performance. They use their business skills to provide objective advice and expertise and help an organisation to develop any specialist skills that it may be lacking.
Project Manager’s duties include to initiate the project (feasibility, budgets, teams and resources), carry out planning, defining objectives, roles and producing schedules and timelines for tasks in accordance with the needs of the client. They lead the project team from both internal and external stakeholder, manage the project, carry out monitoring and control activities, identify and manage risks to ensure delivery is on time, report regularly to management and client.
Supply chain / Operations manager
Supply chain managers are responsible for the movement of goods, from manufacturers and suppliers to the customer. They oversee and manage every stage of the production flow, from purchasing the raw materials to the delivery of the final product. Organising the movement of goods from distribution centres to customers and stores involves forecasting trends and managing inventories.
Roles in operations management are primarily concerned with the planning, organizing and overseeing of the production of goods
Product managers are responsible for guiding the success of a product and leading the cross-functional team that is responsible for improving it. An organizational role sets the strategy, roadmap, and feature definition for a product or product line. The position may also include marketing, forecasting, and profit and loss (P&L) responsibilities.
Human Resources Manager
In the broadest sense, the human resources industry is responsible for managing 'human capital'. That means recruiting new talent for a company, herding employees through the hiring process, making sure they get paid, handling benefits packages and, in some cases, letting people go.
Corporate Social Responsibility Manager
CSR-driven companies have to consider environmental management, responsible sourcing, fair treatment of a company’s stakeholders, and accountability and transparency. As a CSR manager, you will assist the company in developing, managing, and altering social responsibility policies, using internal communication, as much as external communication to deliver the message of the company's commitment to social responsibility.