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Ch 11: CEOE Business Education: Planning as a Function of Management

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Review the ways that planning can be used as a management function as you get ready for the CEOE Business Education exam. The videos and quizzes in this chapter are useful tools to guide your study of this topic in preparation for related questions on the exam.

CEOE Business Education: Planning as a Function of Management - Chapter Summary

Follow along as our professional instructors help you refresh your knowledge of the planning as a function of management concepts you learned in college. Each lesson in this chapter breaks out a critical component of planning's use in management functions, such as:

  • Strategic, operational, contingency and tactical planning methods
  • Use of SWOT analysis
  • Company mission statements

These videos use fun and animated illustrations and graphics to make your review for the CEOE Business Education exam simple and fast. Additional tools, such as video tags and lesson transcripts, help you easily retain the critical info on planning and management you'll need for the exam.

Objectives of the CEOE Business Education: Planning as a Function of Management Chapter

To teach business in Oklahoma, you'll need to take the CEOE exam in business education in preparation for earning a license. You'll be tested on how well you understand the fundamentals of business, including accounting, marketing, management, business technology and finance. The subjects you study in this chapter apply to the business management subarea, which makes up about 25% of the exam.

The exam has 80 selected-response and 1 constructed-response question. Selected-response questions might ask you to read a passage, look at an image or study a chart before selecting the best option from a series of answers. You'll be prepared for the format of these questions if you utilize the self-assessment quizzes we feature in our lessons. These quizzes mimic the style of the exam's questions in addition to testing your knowledge of the subject matter.

4 Lessons in Chapter 11: CEOE Business Education: Planning as a Function of Management
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Planning as a Function of Management

1. Planning as a Function of Management

Planning is one of the primary managerial functions and it leads to other managerial functions such as organizing, controlling, and staffing. Learn about planning as a managerial function, the benefits of planning, and the barriers that interfere with planning.

Types of Planning: Strategic, Tactical, Operational & Contingency Planning

2. Types of Planning: Strategic, Tactical, Operational & Contingency Planning

Businesses use different types of plans such as strategic, tactical, operational, and contingency plans to achieve organizational goals. Discover the differences between these four types of planning and the advantages of using them.

What is a SWOT Analysis?

3. What is a SWOT Analysis?

When creating a marketing plan, a business mission statement and a situational analysis are essential to understanding the organization's objective and current environment. Explore SWOT analysis--known as strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats-- and how it is used in analyzing an organization's situation and selling proposition.

Company Mission Statements: Definition & Examples

4. Company Mission Statements: Definition & Examples

A company's mission statement is used to inform people about their products and services, purpose, culture, goals, legacy, and competitive advantage. Learn more about how to effectively create a mission statement, and explore examples of well-known company mission statements.

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