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Management is very important for every person, society. With the help of management Qualifications we can achieve the goal of economic development. The role of business management education is very important in various ways. We can make planning with the Tool of master, increment, Capital budget. With the practice business management. With the help of practice of business management Qualification we can scan the idea easily and development of product according to need of time period. With the help of best practice of business management qualification we can run every system effectively, which is introduced in market for the innovation and development. We can analyze the strength and weakness. Business management help how We can analyze the market situation, because the best practice of business management. Good decision-making is also part of business management. We can adopt good alternatives during business decision. Because of practice management qualification we can design the best organizational structure and set up and matrix. During the practice of business management qualifications We can control our mistake and maintain and stander of quality control. Good economic policis can give the good prosperous future. When one country not avhieved the goal of economic development such countries face disaster in every sector, as a consequence whole nation wil face l economic and political unrest. In the light of all arguments we can say prosperous economic future is only only possible with economic growth and Devlopment.
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Iqbal Shaukat. (2021). The Role of Business Management with Historical and Global Perspective. International Journal of Management and Fuzzy Systems, 7(3), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijmfs.20210703.13
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