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Mary cursing Niles
MANAGEMENT AS AN ART:
Main features of art are:
MANAGEMENT AS A SCIENCE:
Main features of science are:
Management is a science because:
Features:
Management as a profession:
difference Administration Management
The management levels may be classified as follows:
Top or executive management:
Intermediate management:
Middle management:
Function:
Supervisory or operating or first-line management:
CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT
SKILLS OF A MANAGER
FOR:
AGAINST:
MANAGERIAL SKILLS:
The course of action to be followed is as under:
You can survive in the vest way if the industry will survive:
1. Planning:
2. Organising:
3.Staffing:
4. Directing or Leading:
5.Controlling:
MANAGERIAL ETHICS:
Criticism of classical theory:
Bureaucracy:
Characteristics:
Criticism of bureaucracy:
Taylor’s principles of management:
Criticism of scientific management:
Difference between Taylor’s scientific management and Fayol’s principles:
HUMAN RELATIONS APPROACH:
Conclusions of Human Relation Approach:
Criticism of Human Relations Approach:
Comparison of Scientific management and Human Relations Approach:
Classification of human needs by Maslow as under:
Contributions of Behavioural science approach:
(QUANTITATIVE OR SCIENCE OR MATHEMATICAL APPROACH)
SYSTEMS (MODERN) APPROACH:
CONTINGENCY (MODERN) APPROACH:
Features of contingency approach:
Superiority of contingency approach:
COMPARISON OF SYSTEMS APPROACH AND CONTIGENCY APPROACH:
OEPRATIONAL APPROACH:
LIMITATIONS OF PLANNING:
KINDS/TYPES OF PLANS:
*Steps/Stages of planning*
*Features of good plan/policy/procedure*
Characteristics of decision-making:
*Process/Steps in rational decision making*
*Features/Elements of leadership*
*Relationship between leadership and managership*
*Leadership vs. managership*
Manager Leader
*Process/Steps of communication*
*Types of communication OR forms of organisational communication*
*Barriers to effective communication*
*Overcoming communication barriers*
*Principles of effective communication*
Introduction:
*Meaning and definition of motivation*
Note:
Appraisal of Need Hierarchy model:
1. Theory X:
Comparison with Maslow’s theory:
(1) Theoretical concepts:
Merits of Alderfer’s theory:
Criticism of Alderfer’s theory:
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