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Management Analysts

Career Highlights

  • Review business for improvement suggestions
  • Entrepreneur potential
  • Help create new business ventures and company products / services

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Career Summary

Business Management AnalysistFirms providing management analysis range in size from a single practitioner to large international organizations employing thousands of consultants. Some analysts and consultants specialize in a specific industry, such as health care or innovative technology. Others provide basic work environment interpretations

Management analysts may conduct organizational studies and evaluations including design procedures, work conduct and may prepare operations and procedures manuals to assist Personnel. Some analysts may gather and organize information on company problems and provide solutions to fix them. A regular practice is to document all findings of the study and record the recommendations for potential implementation of new systems, procedures, or organizational changes.

Management analysts also help companies take on new projects. They are the problem finders and solvers. As analysts develops recommendations s/he takes into account the organization's employees, it's relationship to other organizations in the industry, and it's nature.

Salary

$49,000*

Education

Requires a degree in:

  • Business Administration
  • MBA - Master of Business Administration

Career Skills

  • Provide guidance to stakeholders on devising effective and efficient approaches to achieve the project objectives
  • Identify and resolve issues
  • Manage the risks
  • Liaise with other project areas to coordinate interdependencies and resolve issues
  • Liaise with various business units to gather requirements and resolve issues
  • Improve business processes
  • Gather and define business requirements
  • Analyze and map processes (current state/future state)
  • Analyze data
  • Produce high quality documentation
  • Report status and issues to the Project Manager(s)
  • Contribute to enterprise architecture development from a business needs point of view
  • Great communicator and diligent team member

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