Category: Management

4 Basic Elements of a Vertical Organization associated by Managers – Explained!

Once the organizational goals and objectives have been established and activities and operations have been assigned to individuals and groups, management must form a structure so that processes and activities can be coordinated and efforts directed through such a structure towards achieving the organizational goals. Early in the development of management theory, managers saw …...

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7 Pioneers of Management

This article throws light upon the seven pioneers who have contributed towards the development of management. The pioneers are: 1. F.W. Taylor 2. H.L. Gantt. 3. Herrington Emerson 4. H.B. Gilbreth 5. Many Parker Follet 6. Henri Fayol 7. George Elton Mayo. Pioneer # 1. F.W. Taylor (1856-1915): F. W. Taylor was a pioneer …...

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Project Report on Management by Objectives (MBO)

Project Report on Management by Objectives (MBO). This report will help you to learn about:- 1. Introduction to Management by Objectives (MBO) 2. Features of MBO 3. Elements 4. Objectives 5. Process 6. Approaches 7. Merits 8. Limitations 9. Guidelines. Contents: Project Report on the Introduction to Management by Objectives (MBO) Project Report on …...

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Project Report on Knowledge Management

A project report on knowledge management. This report will help you to learn about:- 1. Meaning of Knowledge Management 2. Features of Knowledge Management 3. Importance 4. Facilitating Knowledge Management 5. Methods of Acquiring Knowledge 6. Professional Attributes of Knowledge Workers 7. Process of Knowledge Management 8. Approaches 9. Implementation 10. Aligning with Intellectual …...

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Quick Notes on Company Management

Quick Notes on Company Management! Read this article to learn about Company Management. After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Nature of Company Management 2. Trends in Company Management 3. Problems 4. Emerging Pattern 5. Regulatory Measures 6. Direct Restrictions. Note # Nature of Company Management: The company is a device that …...

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Evils of Oligarchic Management and Its Remedies

Read this article to learn about the evils of oligarchic management and its remedies. Evils of Oligarchic Management: The evil ef­fects of oligarchy in company management are: The control and management in the hands of a few often leads to malpractices and abuse of power, undermines general interests of the share­holders and promotes interests …...

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Development of Corporate Management in India

This article throws light upon the three different phases in the develop­ment of corporate management since independ­ence. 1. First Phase 1947-1956: During the War and in the following years, there was a spectacular rise in both the number of companies and the volume of paid-up capital. In March 1948 there were 22,675 companies with …...

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Quick Notes on Contingency Approach to Management

This article provides quick notes on Contingency Approach to Management. The ‘Contingency Approach to Management’ is relatively a new approach to manage­ment. It is an extension of the system approach. The basic idea of the contingency approach is that the organisation has to come up with different situations in different ways. There is …...

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Elton Mayo’s Human Relations Approach to Management

This article provides an overview on Elton Mayo’s Human Relations Approach to Management. Subject Matter of Elton Mayo’s Human Relations Approach: According to Human Relations Approach, management is the Study of behaviour of peo­ple at work. This approach had its origin in a series of experiments conducted by Professor Elton Mayo and his associates …...

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Henry Fayol’s and the Modern Management Theory

This article provides an overview on Fayol’s contribution to modern management theory. Almost simultaneously with Taylor, Henry Fayol (1841 – 1925), a French industrialist and manager, developed his theory of management. He is regarded as the ‘Father of Mod­ern Management Theory’, for he was the first to suggest the functions of management which are …...

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