- Principles of Management
- Managerial Economics
- Quantitative Techniques
- Financial Accounting and Reporting
- Economic Environment of Business
Today, nearly every business you can think of is finding ways to reduce waste, have fewer errors, higher quality and do all of it with fewer resources. It is easy to see how a degree focusing on Lean management can make a difference for you and for the organization where you work. According to liquid planner, 49.5% of project managers believe that managing project costs are the biggest problem faced by them today. The goal of a Lean approach towards project management is to maximize value while minimizing waste. In other words, creating more value for the customer with fewer resources. In terms of highly desired project management skills, Lean management is the most requested competency from employers.
The minimum qualification required to apply is a Bachelor's degree from a recognized university or equivalent with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks and 2+ years of work experience.
Professionals from Operations, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Program Management, Project Management, Product Development, Quality and Vendor Development background who want to excel in their function and develop Lean Management expertise to add value to their organizational processes.