This Cluster includes those career opportunities that are dedicated to performing administrative managerial processes vital to the success and ongoing existence of a business organization, regardless of the sector or industry in which the business resides or the product/service it provides.
Administrative Services employees facilitate business operations through a variety of administrative duties including information and communication management, data processing and collection, and project tracking.
Business Information Management is an umbrella term covering those careers that provide a bridge between business processes/initiatives and information technology. Employees in this area help align business and information technology goals.
Human Resources Management focuses on the staffing activities that involve planning, recruitment, selection, orientation, training, performance appraisal, compensation, and safety of employees.
Management focuses on careers that plan, organize, direct, and evaluate all or part of a business organization through the allocation and use of financial, human, and material resources.
Operations Management focuses on planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling the resources needed to produce/provide a businessâ€™s goods and/or services. Examples of activities in Operations Management are quality control, scheduling, procurement, and warehousing.