This note explains
the concepts, principles and theories of management. Topics covered includes:
Values of Management, Management V s Administration, Management Objectives and
Management Skills, Forecasting and Planning, Departmentation by Enterprise
functions, Functional Authority, Staff Limitations, Conflicts between line and
staff managers and ways of minimizing the conflict, Business Structure,
Co-coordinating and Controlling, Directing and Leading.
This note covers the following topics: Productivity, Production
System Models of production system, Forecasting, Facilities Planning, Motion
study, Production Planning and Control, Project Management, Modern Trends in
Author(s): Dr. Sarojrani Pattnaik and Dr.
This lecture note explains the
following topics: Changing Organizations, Leadership vs. Management - Are they
different, Common Features of Leadership, General Conclusion of a Leader, Job
Specification for a Presidency, Power, Authority and Influence, Power, Authority
and Influence, Communication, Decision Making, Conflict Resolution, Role of
Staff Committee Function.
introduces you to behavioral science theories, methods, and tools and provides
opportunities to use and apply them to problems you will encounter in your work
and career. The course material will begin with an overview of work and
organizations in modern industrial society, and then examine individual
behavior, move to behavior in groups or teams, and finally discuss organizations
as a whole.
The text offers a
proven approach that has garnered student praise, increased IS enrollment, and
engaged students to think deeper and more practically about the space where
business and technology meet. It addresses most of the major areas covered in
and introductory information technology management course. Setting the Stage:
Technology and the Modern Enterprise, Strategy and Technology: Concepts and
Frameworks for Understanding What Separates Winners from Losers, Zara: Fast
Fashion from Savvy Systems, Netflix: The Making of an E-commerce Giant and the
Uncertain Future of Atoms to Bits, Moore’s Law: Fast, Cheap Computing and What
It Means for the Manager, Understanding Network Effects, Peer Production, Social
Media, and Web 2.0.
Gallaugher, Boston College's Carroll School of Management
book covers the following topics: Introduction to Principles of
Management, Personality, Attitudes, and Work Behaviors, History, Globalization,
and Values-Based Leadership, Developing Mission, Vision, and Values,
Strategizing, Organizational Structure and Change, Organizational Culture,
Social Networks, Leading People and Organizations, Decision Making,
Communication in Organizations, Motivating Employees, Essentials of Control and
Strategic Human Resource Management.
This book offers the following: 1: Several graphic displays in each
chapter that summarize key concepts in a visually appealing format 2: Rich,
illustrative examples drawn from companies that are relevant to many students.
Major topics covered includes: Mastering Strategy: Art and Science, Leading
Strategically, Evaluating the External Environment, Managing Firm Resources,
Selecting Business-Level Strategies, Supporting the Business-Level Strategy,
Competing in International Markets, Selecting Corporate-Level Strategies,
Executing Strategy through Organizational Design, Leading an Ethical
objective of this guide is to equip public sector managers to assess the value
that new communications and computing technology may bring to their interactions
with a range of potential stakeholders.
In the opening chapters, we
incorporate an active management perspective to show how leaders and leadership
are essential to personal and organizational effectiveness and effective
organizational change. Moreover, the concluding section of each chapter is
focused on the assessment and development of particular management skills.
Writing and speaking skills
necessary for a career in management. This lecture note covers the following
topics: Communication strategy and structure, Oral presentations: Minto pyramid
and Visual aids, Writing process, Style and tone, Presenting data and