How to become a business improvement manager
What can a business improvement manager do?
Duties and tasks
- Assists in implementing changes.
- Discusses organisational concerns with clients.
- Documents findings and prepares recommendations for implementation of new procedures or organisational changes.
- Gathers, organises and analyses information on problems or procedures.
- Interviews personnel and conducts on-site observations.
- Revises existing procedures and creates new procedures.
- Finance manager
- Management consultant
- Market research analyst
- Risk management analyst
- Systems analyst
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