Personal Development as Strategic Manager

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BTEC Edexcel Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership COURSE HANDBOOK October 2011 Intake TERM 1 CONTENTS EDSML 1. EDSML Course Structure ........................................................................................................................ 2 2. EDSML Regulations ................................................................................................................................ 2 3. Assessment Schedule ............................................................................................................................. 4 4. Professional Development for Strategic Managers ................................................................................. 5 5. Developing…show more content…
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