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Principles of Management:
6. Subordination of Individual Interest
8. The Degree of Centralization -
10. Order -
FEATURES OF BUSINESS POLICY:-
MECHANICS OF POLICY MAKING/ELEMENTS:-
CLASSIFICATION OF POLICIES:-
1. Classification according to the level of formulation:-
2.Classification according to the functional areas:-
3.Classification according to the expression:-
4.Classification according to the nature of origin:-
5.Classification according to the scope of organization:-
6.Classification according to the nature of management function:-
NATURE OF STRATEGY:-
Characteristics:-
TYPES OF STRATEGIES:-
2. FUNCTIONAL STRATEGY OR SUB- STRATEGY:-
ESSENTIALS OF A GOOD STRATEGY:
STRATEGY-MAKING PROCESS:
ORGANISATIONAL HIERARCHY:-
Top level management:-
Middle level management:-
Operating level management:-
FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED ARE AS FOLLOWS:-
DEFINITION OF GROUP:-
TYPES OF GROUPS:-
Formal and informal groups:-
Primary and Secondary groups:-
In-groups and Out-groups:-
REASONS FOR FORMATION OF INFORMAL GROUPS:-
1.Desire to associate with others:-
2.Job Specialization:-
3.Hierarchical Control and Communication:-
MERITS OF INFORMAL GROUPS:-
Sense of Belonging: -
Safety Value for Emotional Problems:-
Assistance on the Job:-
Communication Channel:-
Breeding Ground for Innovation and creativity:-
Check on Authority:-
Self-policing:-
Fill gaps in Manager’s Abilities:-
Provide Feedback:-
DEMERITS OF INFORMAL GROUPS:-
Resistance to Change:-
Sub-optimization:-
Role Conflict:-
Rumor:-
Group Think:
HOW TO MANAGE INFORMAL GROUPS:-
Organizational Charts & Manuals
Master and supplementary charts:
Advantages and uses:
Limitations:
Organization manual:-
Contents of the manual:
Types:
Advantages:
Drawbacks:
UNIT-III
DECENTRALISATION
MEASURING THE DEGREE OF DECENTRALISATION:
ADVANTAGES OF DECENTRALISATION:
DISADVANTAGES OF DECENTRALISATION:
FACTORS DETERMINING DECENTRALISATION AND DELEGATION:
DISTINCTION BETWEEN DELEGATION AND DECENTRALISATIIION:
MAKING DECENTRALISATION EFFECTIVE:
CENTRALISATION
ADVANTAGES:
DISADVANTAGES:
DELEGATION
OBJECTIVE OF DELEGATION
ELEMENTS OF DELEGATION
PRINCIPLES OF DELEGATION
TYPES OF DELEGATION
ADVANTAGES OF DELEGATION
BARRIERS TO DELEGATION
Why managers do not delegate:
Why subordinates do not accept delegation:
STEPS TO MAKE DELEGATION EFFECTIVE
SPAN OF CONTROL:
Meaning:
1.DIRECT SINGLE RELATIONSHIP:
2.DIRECR GROUP RELATIONSHIP:
3.CROSS RELATIONSHIPS:
FORMULA FOR THIS THREE TYPE IS AS FOLLOWS 1.Direct group relationship:
Optimum Span of Control
UNIT-4 COMMUNICATION
MEANING OF COMMUNICATION:
ELEMENTS OF COMMUNICATION PROCESS:
CHANNEL OF TYPES OF COMMUNICATION
FORMAL COMMUNICATION
VERTICAL COMMUNICATION
Difference between downward and upward communication:
Downward Upward
HORIZONTAL COMMUNICATION:
INFORMAL COMMUNICATION OR GRAPEVINE
Distinction between Formal and Informal communication
Formal Communication Informal Communication
METHODS OF COMMUNICATION:
ORAL COMMUNICATION:
MERITS:
DEMERITS:
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION:
GESTURAL COMMUNICATION:
BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION
NOISE:
LACK OF PLANNING:
SEMANTIC PROBLEMS:
CULTURAL BARRIERS:
WRONG ASSUMPTIONS:
SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS:
EMOTIONS:
SELECTIVE PERCEPTION:
FILTERING:
INFORMATION OVERLOAD:
FRAME OF REFERENCE:
POOR RETENTION:
POOR LISTENING:
OFFENSIVE STYLE OF COMMUNICATION:
TRAITS OF A GOOD COMMUNICATION:
UNIT-V
DEFINITION OF CO-ORDINATION
NATURE AND CHARACTERISTIC OF CO-ORDINATION
PROBLEMS IN CO-ORDINATION
NEED AND IMPORTANCE OF COORDINATION
TYPES OF COORDINATION
PRINCIPLES OF COORDINATION
TECHNIQUES OF COORDINATION
MEANING OF CONTROL
NATURE AND PURPOSE OF CONTROL
ELEMENTS OF CONTROL
NEED FOR CONTROL
THE CONTROL PROCESS 1. Fixation of standards:
THE CONTROL PROCESS
2.Measurement of performance
3.Comparing performance standards:
4.Correction of deviations:
PROBLEMS IN CONTROL PROCESS
CHARACTERISTICS OF AN IDEAL CONTROL SYSTEM
UNIT-VI
TECHNIQUES OF MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVE:
Concept of MBO:
STEPS IN MBO PROCESS:
THE MBO PROCESS
MANAGEMENT BY EXCEPTION:
Advantages of MBE:
Limitations of MBE:
Brightsizing-new technique in management:
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Principles of Management

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