Business Operations Strategist

Admission Requirements Program StructureCourse Objectives Job Outlook  FAQ's  Instructor

Become a Business Operations Specialist 

business item cartoonIn today’s rapidly evolving workplace, business operations specialists play a vital role in optimizing processes and ensuring that daily activities run smoothly. This 100% online course will help you gain the technical skills and knowledge needed to work as a business operations specialist. Key topics include tracking and analyzing reports, risk management, and control.

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Admission Requirements

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

Program Structure

This course is 100% online. Start anytime.

Unit I

Business Operations:

  • Financial Management
  • Lead and Manage Teams
  • Implement a Sales Plan
  • Implement Customer Service Strategies
  • Implement Marketing
  • Implement Continuous Improvement
  • Build Client Relationships and Networks
  • Operations Management
Unit II
  • Operational Planning:
  • Manage Continuous Improvement
  • Manage Risk
  • Manage Intellectual Property
  • Lead and Manage Workplace Relationships
  • Build an Innovative Workplace
  • Incorporate Digital Solutions
  • Develop a Sales Plan
  • Manage Quality Customer Service


Course Objectives


  • Gain key skills and knowledge in operational planning and administration
  • Create actionable solutions to organizational problems in your business
  • Understand financial, risk, and operational management concepts
  • Master planning and implementing a range of operational solutions
  • Build innovation in the workforce; lead and manage diverse teams



Job Outlook for Business Operations Strategist

According to ZipRecruiter, the average yearly salary for a business operations specialist in Alberta is $56,763 as of November 13, 2023.

  • The job outlook for business operations specialists in Canada is positive, with a steady demand for professionals in this field. According to the Government of Canada Job Bank, employment in this occupation is expected to grow moderately over the next few years.
  • Data from Simplilearn shows the demand for trained business professionals is expected to continue in the coming years due to the rapidly evolving business landscape and the need for skilled professionals who can efficiently manage business operations and drive growth.


Business Operations Strategist FAQs

What do Business Operations Strategists do? 

Business operations specialists analyze all operational processes of an organization and make recommendations to improve workforce activities and efficiency.

How do you become a Business Operations Specialist? 

To work as a business operations specialist, you typically need a background or understanding of business administration, management, or economics. Additionally, having previous work experience in subjects such as statistics, analysis or human resource management can be beneficial.

Where do Business Operations Specialists Work? 

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found that business operations specialists work in both the private and public sectors, including the Federal Government, state and local governments, enterprises and consulting firms, universities, and professional schools.



Jaime Calbeto 

Jamie Calbeto is an educator specializing in business, information technology, and logistics. He was both faculty at RMIT University Vietnam for more than a decade, teaching supply chain management and coordinating in the School of Business. Calbeto holds a Bachelor of Economics from University of Central Florida, a Master of Science in Industrial Technology from East Carolina University, and a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching and Learning.

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