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«Perspective management»





Disadvantages of DecentralisationLimitationsOrganisations as a Framework of RelationshipRoles of Change AgentDisadvantages of Charts and ManualsMATRIX ORGANISATIONRole of a Change AgentProblems in the Control ProcessSub-Strategies (or Minor Strategies)Barriers to CommunicationMethods of Establishing Control (Control Stages)Approaches to Objective Setting (or Goal Setting)Components or Areas of Social ResponsibilityIs Management a Profession?Decision-MakingBudgeting or Budgetary controlPREFACELewins Three-Step Change ModelTypes of Organisation StructureLimits of AuthorityEssentials of Effective Budgetary controlUsas of Standing PlansStaffingTowards the Weaker Sections of Society(3) Internal AuditLimitations of Budgetary ControlCharacteristics of Line OrganisationIn the Planning DepartmentNature and Characteristics of ManagementNeed for ControlTowards the Economic Policy of StateAccountabilityNature of Work ChangeImportance and Benefits or Advantages and Limitations of PlanningNature or Characteristics of PlanningPrinciples of ManagementMeaning and DefinitionNature and DefinitionCentralisation(13) Quality ControlObjective SettingOn the Basis of Organisational StructureManagement Functions - ViewsAdministrative Problems in Decision-makingProcess of DelegationDistinctions between Delegation and DecentralisationApproaches To Design ControlsPlanning Methods(12) Marketing ControlEffective SupervisionClassification of Planning PremisesScope or Areas of ControlFactors of Change — The Organisational Work SettingManagement Functions and Managerial Levels(6) External Audit .ControlResponsibilitiesManagement: Process and PrinciplesStrategies to Minimize Resistance to ChangeFunctions of a LeaderOrganisation as A ProcessFunctional Managers(15) Information ControlOrganisational DesignCharacteristics of a Good PolicySteps in Decision-MakingBalancing of Various InterestsManagement -An OverviewHarmonising Informal and Formal OrganisationLimitations or Disadvantages of Planning(10) Special ReportsRelevance of ControlImportance of Decision-makingSuggestions for Making Committees effectiveFeatures of ProceduresDirectingBenefits of Informal Organisation to its Members(5) Personal ObservationTypos of Management Change(14) Financial ControlsTowards ConsumersStanding or Repeated use PlansRules(4) Production ControlDisadvantages of Line and Staff OrganisationMiddle ManagementOrganisation Charts and ManualsImplementing ChangeB. On the Part of the SubordinatesManagers and operational resourcesTowards WorhersPlanning PremisesWho Takes the Decision?Planning ProcessImportance of LeadershipRevolutionary ChangeAdvantages of Effective DelegationImproving Line and Staff RelationshipRequirements of Sound Objectives(7) Standing Orders, Limitations, etcHow can business be made to discharge Its responsibility?Importance of DelegationAdministration and ManagementIs Management a Science or an Art?DisadvantagesLevels of ManagementPlanning and ControlMeaning of Social ResponsibilityChoosing a Leadership StyleDevelopmental ChangeFunctional ForemanshipOrganisational ManualsViewing the OrganisationNatureEffective DelegationAdvantages of Functional OrganisationFormal and Informal LeadersCommunicationPolicyPrinciples of Effective CommunicationSuitability of Line OrganisationBenefits of Informal Organisation to ManagementProgrammasContinuum of Leadership StylesOvercoming Resistance to ChangeFunctions of SupervisorsTrait TheoryTheories of Leadership(16) Responsibility AccountingImportance of ControlDelegation of AuthorityConstraints of Social ResponsibilityDecentralisationAdvantages of CommitteesDisadvantages of Functional OrganisationAdvantages of Budgetary ControlEssentials of Effective Control SystemAdvantages of Line and Staff OrganisationSkillsProceduresTo Measure ProgressAn Incident - Matrix OrganisationScope of Social Responsibility — How much?Type of Line OrganisationSituational TheoryA. On the Part of the ManagerGuidelines for Effective Policy-makingDefinition and Characteristics of StrategyInternal Organisation StructureFactors Determining Good ControlAdvantages of DecentralisationBasic Premises Regarding ChangeKinds of CommitteesOn the Basis of Direction of CommunicationScope of ManagementPurpose of Planning (Objectives)Functional OrganisationNeed and PurposeThe Need for Organisation StructureLimitations of ControlControl Process or Essential Steps in Control ProcedureThe Need for ManagementTypes of StrategiesDistinctions between Policies and ProceduresOther Types of ChangeImportance of CommunicationAdvantagesFactors or Reasons for increased Social Consciousness among BusinessmenEssentials of Good PlanDisadvantages of CommitteesTraditional Economic Gains and Social Responsibilities(11) Pert and CPMManager — TomorrowTypesSocial Responsibility FactorsTowards the SocietyPlanningSelecting the Type of OrganisationControllingManagement of ChangeBehavioural Theory of Leadership(8) Inventory ControlOrganisationReasons for Resistance to ChangeDegree of DecentralisationPrinciples of OrganisationLeadershipLINE AND STAFF ORGANISATIONCOMMITTEES IN ORGANISATION(1) Cost Control(2) Managerial StatisticsSingle-Use PlansPrinciples of DelegationFactors Influencing Organisation StructureAdvantages of Line OrganisationPlanningEducation and CommunicationControllingMeaning of ManagementTypes of OrganisationAdvantages of Matrix StructuresSituational TheoryManagement of ChangeTo Indicate Corrective ActionTop ManagementFunctional Organisation at the TopIn the FactorySupervisory Management (Lower Level Management)Leadership StylesMethodsDifferences between Leadership and ManagementDisadvantages of Informal OrganisationAdvantages of Organisational Charts and ManualsTechniques of ControllingSources of AuthoritySocial Responsibility Models(9) ReportsAdvantages of ObjectivesRole of ManagementPlanning — TypesMeaning and Nature of CommunicationSocial Responsibility of Management and EthicsLevels of ChangeObstacles of DelegationTypes of DecisionsImportance of OrganisingOrganisingAdvantages of PlanningFor the Entire JobTowards the GovernmentNon Budgetary Control DevicesDefinitions of LeadershipOn the basis of Way of ExpressionEvolutionary ChangeFormal and Informal OrganisationTransformational ChangeElements of Communication ProcessStrategies for Social ResponsibilityStrategyBudgetsClassification of BudgetsTo Uncover DeviationsAdvantages of ControlKinds of PoliciesTowards Owners of EnterpriseBenefitsSocial Responsibility and EthicsDelegation of AuthorityType of Staff
 
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