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My shop offers a range of PowerPoint presentations developed for use in teaching the IB Business Management course at international schools in China, Italy and Thailand. These presentations can be teacher led or students can work through them independently. Each presentation includes lesson objectives, keywords, course concepts, case studies, student centred tasks and suggested further reading.

My shop offers a range of PowerPoint presentations developed for use in teaching the IB Business Management course at international schools in China, Italy and Thailand. These presentations can be teacher led or students can work through them independently. Each presentation includes lesson objectives, keywords, course concepts, case studies, student centred tasks and suggested further reading.
IB Business Management Unit 3.3 Break Even Analysis
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IB Business Management Unit 3.3 Break Even Analysis

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This resource is intended for both Higher and Standard Level IB Business Management students. The Power Point provides a clear introduction to the concept of break even analysis, with a range of learning tasks including video instruction links and suggestions for past Paper 2 examination case study questions on the topic. This resource can also be adapted for the IGCSE Business Studies course.
IB Business Management Unit 3.9 Budgets and Budgeting HL
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IB Business Management Unit 3.9 Budgets and Budgeting HL

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This PowerPoint introduces students to the concept of budgets. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Understand how important budgets and budgeting are for organisations Calculate and interpret budget variances. Analyse the role of budgets and variances in a business’s strategic planning. Explain the differences between and the roles of cost and profit centres.
IGCSE Business Studies Unit 2.2 Leadership and Management
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IGCSE Business Studies Unit 2.2 Leadership and Management

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A pdf file offering a broad introduction to the key leadership styles - autocratic, democratic, laissez-faire, paternalistic and situational, with real life examples of these leadership styles. A number of suggested student activities are also included. Suitable for IGCSE Business Studies teaching but also relevant to the IB Business Management syllabus.
IB Business Management Unit 4.4 Market Research
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IB Business Management Unit 4.4 Market Research

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This PowerPoint provides an introduction to the market research concept. Students will learn how to define it, explain the difference between primary and secondary market research using examples and weigh up the pros and cons of both types of research. There is also a suggested task for students to carry out a market research survey to establish the potential demand for a product they may wish to sell.
IB Business Management - Class Seminars
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IB Business Management - Class Seminars

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This short Power Point introduces IB Business Management students to the class seminar as an activity for engaging in deeper discussions about a particular course topic. The resource includes a video link and instructions to students on how to prepare for class seminars.
IB Business Management Unit 3.7 Cash Flow Forecasting
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IB Business Management Unit 3.7 Cash Flow Forecasting

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This PowerPoint introduces students to the cash flow forecasting concept. After completing this unit, students will be able to: distinguish between profit and cash flow explain the working capital cycle construct and interpret cash flow forecasts comment on the relationship between investment, profit and cash flow evaluate possible strategies for dealing with cash flow problems. Links to YouTube video explanations and a suggested past paper practice question are also suggested.