Objective Of Distribution Management For Hul Essays and Term Papers

  • Hul Distribution Management

        A Study on Distribution Management of Hindustan Unilever Limited        Submitted To  Prof. S Govindrajan  By              PRADEEP NARAIN    SANJEEV KUMAR JHA  SATADRU BAGCHI           SOUMITRA DHALI              g08075  g08086  g08088  g08090  g08095      TARUN KUMAR SAHA           ...

      9553 Words | 14 Pages   Hindustan Unilever

  • Sales and Distribution of Hul

    Consumer Goods (FMCG) Sector is the fourth largest sector in the Indian economy with a total market size of Rs.60,000 Crores. A well-established distribution network, intense competition between the organized and unorganized segments characterizes the sector. FMCG Sector is expected to grow by over 60%...

      14198 Words | 51 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Hindustan Unilever, Supply chain, Sustainability

  • Distribution Network of Hul

     INTRODUCTION OF  HINDUSTAN  UNILEVER  LIMITED Hindustan  Unilever  Limited  (‘HUL’),  formerly  Hindustan  Lever  Limited  (it  was  renamed  in  late  June  2007  as  HUL),  is  India's  largest  Fast  Moving  Consumer  Goods  company,  touching  the  lives  of  two  out  of...

      9655 Words | 39 Pages   Hindustan Unilever

  • Distribution Channel of Hul

    [pic] Institute Of Management Technology, Nagpur PGDM 08-10 Sales and Distribution Management [pic] Course Facilitator: Prof Sanjeev Tripathi Assignment 4: Distribution Network Submitted By: Priya Sharma...

      2853 Words | 10 Pages   Hindustan Unilever, Lux (soap), Retail, Supermarket

  • Hul Distribution Network

    A study of Distribution Channel of Hindustan Unilever Limited By Anubhav Jaiswal 2011195 Introduction HUL works to create a better future every day and helps people feel good, look good and get more out of life with brands and services that are good for them and good for others. With over...

      1521 Words | 8 Pages   Hindustan Unilever, Retail, Unilever, Supermarket

  • Management by Objectives

    No. 1 - Four essential steps in the management by objectives (MBO) process Management by objectives (MBO) is a system whereby managers and employees define goals for every department, project, and person and use them to monitor subsequent performance. Four major activities make MBO successful. MBO...

      1017 Words | 4 Pages   Management by objectives, Goal, SMART criteria, Goal setting

  • Management by Objectives

    Management by Objectives Motivating employees seems to be a challenge for managers - Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the MBO program and provide at least one example to support your discussion. Goal-Setting Theories have evolved since the 50s and have an impressive documented literature...

      1208 Words | 5 Pages   Goal setting, Performance appraisal, Goal, Management by objectives

  • Distribution Management

    DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT     CH1: MARKETING CHANNEL CONCEPTS   Growing Importance of Marketing Channels:   1. Explosion of IT and E-commerce 2. Harder to gain sustainable competitive advantage through other P’s 3. Growing power of distributors (esp. retailers who act as gatekeepers of...

      7507 Words | 37 Pages   Retail, Inventory, Merchandising, Logistics

  • Management Objectives

    about your appointment and what your intentions are for the company which you are now appointed to lead. You have to explain what the primary objective of your company should and must be. We have to assume that this company of which you are to be the CEO is a public quoted company with its shares...

      267 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Management by Objectives

    Management by Objectives MBO is a systematic approach whereby management is allowed to focus on achievable goals and to achieve the best possible results from available resources. The aim of MBO is to link the departmental objectives throughout the organization with the overall goals that management...

      371 Words | 1 Pages   Management by objectives

  • Management By Objectives

    -7 Management by Objectives Unit-07 Management by Objectives Structure of Unit Structure of Unit 7.0 7.0 Objectives O b j e c t i v e s 7.1 7.1 Introduction t I n r o d u c t i o n 7.2 7.2 What is Management by Objectives (MBO)? by What is Management Objectives (MBO)...

      5494 Words | 24 Pages   Performance appraisal, Top-down and bottom-up design, Management by objectives, Organizational structure

  • Management by Objectives

    MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES (MBO) is a practical application of the reasoning behind the notion of goal-setting theory. MBO is a process in which employees participate with management in the setting of goals or objectives. An essential feature of an MBO program is that it involves a one-on-one negotiation...

      1207 Words | 4 Pages   Goal

  • Distribution Management

    company is the market leader in the country with 60 percent domestic market share. ABBA products are distributed through a network of more than 600 distributions, hypermarts and various other office suppliers. The market The main products under the ABBA brand include various types of filing system and...

      1273 Words | 6 Pages   Export, Retail, Warehouse, Selling

  • Distribution Management

    is a generic legal term. Recently, the term has been superseded by vice president of purchasing, vice president of materials management, and vice president of supply management. From a legal standpoint, the term purchasing agent accurately defines the individual who deals with a third party for a principal...

      964 Words | 4 Pages   Purchasing, Principal (commercial law), Law of agency, Offer and acceptance

  • Management by Objectives

    Management by ObjectivesMBO Management by Objectives (MBO) Can be defined as a process whereby the performance goals and objectives are set by each subordinate in collaboration with his superior at the start of the appraisal period. MBO is a Process  A process consisting of a series...

      433 Words | 7 Pages   Performance appraisal, Goal setting, Management by objectives, SMART criteria

  • Management by Objectives

    misunderstandings etc. 2. structural - conflicts related to organizational roles 3. personal - conflicts coming from individual differences. Methods of conflict management which are appropriate in one case may not necessarily be appropriate when applied to a conflict generated from another source. Common Causes of Conflict...

      1982 Words | 10 Pages   Mental disorder, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Organization development, Anxiety

  • management by objective

    Management by objectives A key tenet of management by objectives is the establishment of a management information system to measure actual performance and achievements against the defined objectives. The major benefits of MBO are that it improves employee motivation and commitment, and ensures better...

      880 Words | 2 Pages   Management by objectives, Strategic management, Goal setting, Organization

  • Distribution Management

     Project In Distribution Management Submitted by: Section: Aznar, Daniel BAMM-301 Conde, Rojohn Farolan, Rodney Reazon, Jason Ungco, Marvilyn Questionnaires for Managers Name of the Company: Mcdonald’s Food Corporation ( Aurora Blvd. Branch) Name of the Manager:...

      1382 Words | 9 Pages   McDonald's, Service quality, Sustainability, Survey methodology

  • Management by Objectives

    Management By Objectives(MBO) MBO is a management system in which the objectives of an organization are agreed upon so that management and employees understand a common way forward. Management and employees agree to the objectives and understand what they need to do in the organization, in order to...

      264 Words | 1 Pages   Goal setting, Performance appraisal, Goal, Motivation

  • Distribution management

    as creation era. However, the concept of a supply chain in management was of great importance long before, in the early 20th century, especially with the creation of the assembly line. The characteristics of this era of supply chain management include the need for large-scale changes, re-engineering,...

      2173 Words | 7 Pages   Supply chain management, Supply chain, Logistics, Enterprise resource planning

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