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Environment
1.1 DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT
1.2 WHO ARE MANAGERS?
1.2.1 Management’s Functions
1.2.2 The Managers’ Roles
1.2.3 The Managers’ Skills
1.3 TYPES OF MANAGERS
1.4 THE EVOLUTION OF MANAGEMENT THEORY
1.4.1 Classical Perspective
1.4.2 Human Perspective
1.4.3 Quantitative Management Approach
1.4.4 Contemporary Approach
1.6.1 The General Environment
1.6.2 The Specific Environment
2.1 DEFINITION OF PLANNING
2.2 HOW TO PLAN EFFECTIVELY?
2.3 TYPES OF PLANNING
2.4 THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF PLANNING
2.4.1 The Advantages of Planning
2.4.2 The Disadvantages of Planning
2.6.1 Decision Making in Certain Conditions
2.6.2 Decision Making in Uncertain Conditions
2.6.3 Making Decisions in Risky Conditions
2.7 RATIONAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS
2.8 LIMITATIONS IN RATIONAL DECISION MAKING
2.8.1 Common Mistakes in Decision Making
2.8.2 Rational Boundaries
2.8.3 Environmental Risk
2.9 HOW TO IMPROVE DECISION MAKING
2.9.1 Using Rules and Tests
2.9.2 Using Groups
GROUP DECISION MAKING METHODS
2.10.1 Brainstorming
2.10.2 Nominal Group Technique
2.10.3 Delphi Technique
2.10.4 Advantages of Group Decision Making
2.10.5 Disadvantages of Group Decision Making
3.1 FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ORGANISATION STRUCTURES
3.1.1 Organisational Strategy
3.1.2 Organisation Size
3.1.3 Technology
3.1.4 Environment
3.2 DESIGNING THE ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
3.2.1 Departmentalisation
3.3 AUTHORITY
3.3.1 Chain of Command
3.3.2 Line and Staff Authority
3.3.3 Functions of Line and Staff
3.3.4 Span of Control
3.4 CENTRALISATION AND DECENTRALISATION
3.5 WORK DESIGN
3.5.1 Work Specialisation
3.5.2 Job Rotation, Enlargement and Enrichment
3.6 ORGANISATION PROCESS DESIGN
3.6.1 Emerging New Designs
3.6.2 The Team Structure
3.6.3 Modular Organisations
3.6.4 Virtual Organisation
3.6.5 Borderless Organisation
SUMMARY
4.1 LEADERSHIP APPROACHES
4.1.1 Leader-centred Approach
4.2 FOLLOWER-CENTRED APPROACH
4.3 INTERACTIVE APPROACHES
4.3.1 Situational Leadership Model
4.3.2 Path-Goal Model
4.3.3 Fiedler’s Contingency Model
4.3.4 Continuum of Leader Behaviour
5.6 FACTORS THAT NEED TO BE CONTROLLED
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BQOE I Fundamentals of Management

BQOE I Fundamentals of Management

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