• Authoritarian approach to management
    CASE STUDY ANALYSIS AN AUTHORITARIAN APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT This essay makes available an analysis of a case study pertaining to tribulations in human resources management and management technique at the Polk County Social Welfare Department. Patton, the new Director, manifest an exceedingly aut
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  • Marketing research quantitative approach
    Research Proposal (1): Quantitative orientation Tara L. Whitehill, Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Hong Kong Date of Submission: December 1993. Awarded Ph.D. in 1997 under title: Speech intelligibility in Cantonese speakers with congenital dysarthria. University of Hong Ko
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  • Foundations of management
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  • Quantitative management
    Quantitative Techniques/Operations Research Successful managers use quantitative techniques in decision making when: 1. The problem is complex. 2. The problem involves many variables. 3. There are data which describe the decision environment. 4. There are data which descri
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  • A stakeholder approach to strategic management
    Darden Graduate School of Business Administration University of Virginia Working Paper No. 01-02 A Stakeholder Approach to Strategic Management R. Edward Freeman John McVea This paper can be downloaded without charge from the Social Science Research Network Electronic Paper Collection at: ht
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  • Critically assess the approach to people management both espoused and practiced within your organisation or one which you are familiar. within your response you should compare your findings to relevant theories and models and justify your conclusion
    Critically assess the approach to ‘people management,’ both espoused and practiced, within your own organisation or one which you are familiar. Within your response you should compare your findings to relevant theories and models and justify your conclusions with relevant examples. This
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  • Approaches towards management
    In the early days of the Union Pacific Railroad there really wasn't really a manageable approach. The means of delivery were mostly by train and Union Pacific was one who provided services. There really wasn't much of a manageable approach back then, when all you had was a small fleet of trains go
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  • Theories of management
    Theories gave organizations a framework for knowledge and a guide to achieving their goals. The Industrial Revolution prompted the need for better supervision of workers to boost productivity within the automobile, steel, and coal industries. It is because of this need that the various theories of
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  • Evolution of management
    Over the past hundred years management has continuously been evolving. There have been a wide range of approaches in how to deal with management or better yet how to improve management functions in our ever changing environment. From as early as 1100 B.C managers have been struggling with the same
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  • Operations management theory
    Operations Management in Health Care Operations management is the organizing and controlling of the fundamental business activity of providing goods and services to customers (Encarta, 2005). In the healthcare industry, operations management generally focuses on providing a service of healthcare
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  • Qualitative and quantitative research approaches
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abstract Sports fandom consists of cognitive and affective, as well as behavioural components. Existing sports fan research utilises either strong qualitative, or more often, strong quantitative methodologies. The s
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  • Management history
    HISTORY OF MANAGEMENT THOUGHT AND ITS LEGACY FOR TODAY'S WORLD by J. David Hunger, Ph.D. for Management 370 College of Business Iowa State University (8/18/2005) HISTORY OF MANAGEMENT THOUGHT AND ITS LEGACY FOR TODAY'S WORLD But I'm coming to be
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  • Management thoughts and theories
    MANAGEMENT THOUGHTS AND THEORIES The industrial revolution, which began in Europe in mid-1700s, was the starting point for the development of management concepts and theories. PRECLASSICAL CONTRIBUTORS TO MANAGENENT THOUGHT Name Period Contribution Robert Owen 1771- 1858 Proposed leg
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  • Management techniques in lean on me
    One of the main objectives of an organization is to beat its counter part in our possible way. In order for an organization to insure that they must be good at leading, planning, organizing and controlling their resources and materials to accomplish performance objectives. In other words management.
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  • Risk management
    Assignment 2: Risk Management Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 Aspect 1: Risk Analysis 2 3 Aspect 2: Risk Monitoring and Control Stage 3 4 Conclusion 5 5 Reference 6 1 Introduction In our attempt to cover all areas of the Risk Management process within such a small time frame
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  • Marketing audit approach
    Supply Chain - Dell Computers Introduction Brisk innovation and globalization have produced great opportunities and alternatives in the marketplace for consumers and business organizations alike. Competitive demands have led to sourcing and manufacturing on a global scale, resulting in a s
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  • Management history
    Management History Modern managers use many of the practices, principles, and techniques developed from earlier concepts and experiences. The Industrial Revolution brought about the emergence of large-scale business and its need for professional managers. Early military and church organizations p
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  • Cross cultural management
    CROSS-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA : PROBLEMS, OBSTACLES, AND AGENDA FOR COMPANIES Nathalie Prime, Groupe ESCP-EAP ABSTRACT Within the context of opening of South African economy, the purpose of this paper is to explore cross cultural management issues in South African multi
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  • Article review: measuring the impact of knowledge management
    Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Management Jong-Ae Kim, PhD IFLA Journal, Sage Publications, 2006, 32, 362-367 Reviewed by Bambang Fahruddin Syahrir Stud. No. 2057802 This paper is an overview of the approaches to evaluate the impacts of knowledge management implementations t
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  • Management theory & practices (contemporary approaches)
    Management Theory & Practices “CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES” I. QUANTITATIVE MANAGEMENT Although Taylor introduced the use of science as management tool, but most organizations did not adopted the use of quantitative management until World War – II by military planners for defense & logistic
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