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Management Analysis: Designing and Conducting a Study

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Course overview

Master the basics of designing and conducting a study. Discover the steps you need to proceed with confidence, including effective preparation techniques, well-founded research design methodologies, successful presentation tips.

This course is part of the Certificate of Accomplishment in Program and Management Analysis.

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Who should attend?

Program and management analysts, auditors and other professionals who want to improve their ability to produce thoroughly researched, useful management studies.

Learning outcomes

  • Define management analysis and the role of the management analyst
  • Identify and analyze a problem using the process of problem analysis
  • Present an effective study proposal
  • Describe and apply the techniques of model building in data analysis
  • Define, organize and present a set of alternative solutions to problems

Course outline

Syllabus -- Management Analysis: Designing and Conducting A Study, PGMT8001D, Grad. School, USDA

Day one of four

  • Introduction to Management Analysis

  • The Systems Process Model

  • The Phases of Management Analysis

  • Problem Identification

  • Elements of a Study Proposal

  • Maritime Administration Exercise A

Day two of four

  • The Program Evaluation and Review Technique

  • Management Surveys

  • Fact Gathering

  • Maritime Administration Exercise B

Day three of four

  • Creative Problem Solving

  • Modeling

  • Decision Trees

Day four of four

  • Report writing and briefing techniques

  • Installation

  • Evaluation

  • Final Maritime Administration Exercise

  • Presentation of Recommendations

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