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CHAPTER 1: THE SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 1: THE SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT

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CHAPTER 1: THE SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT

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  1. CHAPTER 1:THE SCOPE OF MANAGEMENT

  2. WHAT IS MANAGEMENT?

  3. WHAT IS MANAGEMENT?

  4. BASIC MANAGEMENT CONCEPT

  5. FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT

  6. FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT

  7. LEVEL OF MANAGERS

  8. SUBORDINATE

  9. ROLES OF MANAGERS

  10. MANAGERIAL SKILLS

  11. Human Skills TechnicalSkills Conceptual Skills (10%) (30%) (60%) Human Skills Technical Skills Conceptual Skills (20%) 40%) (40%) Technical Skills Human Skills Conceptual Skills (40%) (40%) (20%)

  12. OTHER SKILLS

  13. PLANNING ORGANIZING TO ACHIEVE ORGANIZATIONAL STATED OBJECTIVES MANAGERS PERFORM LEADING CONTROLLING

  14. IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT

  15. MANAGEMENT – UNIVERSAL OR SCIENCE

  16. DIFFERENCES IN MANAGEMENT BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS

  17. CHAPTER 2:SOME SCHOOLS OF MANAGEMENT

  18. CLASSICAL

  19. ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT-AREAS IN BUSINESS ACTIVITIES-

  20. ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT-PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT-

  21. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT

  22. BUREAUCRATIC MANAGEMENT

  23. HUMAN RELATIONS SCHOOL- HAWTHORNE STUDIES -

  24. BEHAVIOURAL

  25. MASLOW’S NEEDS HIERARCHY

  26. THEORY X AND THEORY Y

  27. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE • Also known as Operations Research • Applies scientific methods to analyze and solve management problems • Can solve specific problems objectively with greater precision

  28. CHARACTERISTICS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT SCIENCE • The problems should not be too broad or indefinite • The problems should consists of tangible measurable factors • The problems should offer opportunity for decision between alternative

  29. CONTINGENCY/SITUATIONAL • Emerged from real life experience of managers • The main determinants are related to the external and internal environment of an organization • Three major elements: • Environment • Management concept • Contingent relationship between them