IB Business Management
The entire IB Business Management website is linked to the syllabus and is divided into the same five IB Business Management topics, including GECCIS concepts:
- Organization of Business
- Finance for Human Resources
- Marketing Operations Management + IA + Extensive Essay
- A stimulating and interactive online teaching and learning resource that provides comprehensive coverage of the International Baccalaureate Diploma
- Programme’s Business Management syllabus, including Standard (SL) and Higher (HL) Level topics.
IB Business Management is the world’s only online IB Diploma Business Management resource. We encourage teachers to use the site as they develop their own approaches to integrating ICT into their classrooms and learning environments. We are without a doubt the best IB Business Management teaching and learning resource on the planet.
Common Mistakes for IB Business and Management
If you are struggling in your IB Business and Management SL or HL class, you must seek additional assistance as soon as possible to avoid falling behind. Master the material throughout the school year, and you’ll be ready to ace your IB exams!
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t study if you want to do well. The following are the two most common study mistakes:
- Ignoring material you didn’t understand in class: If you didn’t understand it in class, seek help elsewhere, such as through this IB Business and Management study guide or by hiring a tutor.
- Waiting until a week or two before the exams to learn the material: There is a lot of material to master for the IB Business and Management course. A week or two is insufficient time to learn everything you’ll need to know (which is why the course is taught over several years!). Make an effort to learn the material as it is taught in class.
Tips to Remember When Answering Business Questions
Another thing to keep in mind when answering business questions is:
- It’s always a good idea to begin with a definition of the key words in the question.
- This indicates that you will know what you’re talking about.
- Most business questions are of the pros and cons variety. One of these is the example above. If possible, try to talk about as many reasons to do the thing as reasons not to do the thing while doing your CTs, CLs, and SWs.
- If the question asks you to “evaluate,” make sure to reach a conclusion at the end of your response.