Human resource management: Gaining a competitive advantage .....6
1.1.1 Definition of Human Resource Management .....................................6
1.1.2 The HRM fuctions ...............................
political and economic changes at many different levels. These changes are occurring rapidly, involuntarily and organizations will never be the same in structure or process as a result.
Taking the case of an organisation of your choice (or more than one, if you feel that one case cannot adequately help you...
retains all the profits.
Partnerships are owned, and usually managed, by a small number of partners, each of whom can specialize in a particular aspect of the business. Decisions will be jointly arrived at, and the risks and rewards will be spread between the partners. In certain types of...
for PRojects IN Controlled Environments. PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management, providing an easily tailored and scaleable project management methodology for the management of all types of projects. It is a de facto process-based method for effective project management (Prince2...
What are Organizations?
-Social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort.
-Has a hierarchy, chain of command, set goals, ethics and responsibilities, plans, distribution, evaluation.
-Can be a large corporation or just one person.
What is Organizational Behaviour...
feedback givers judge what they perceive as behaviour and not the intentions behind it. A mixture of strengths and areas for development, expectations etc. are made known to the feedback seeker through this development process. Once the feedback is received, the concerned person works on him for further...
two hands of a business that work in synch to achieve the goals that are set by the organisation. Administration is sometimes used to refer to the activities of the higher level of the management group who determine major aim and policies. This can be called the broader use of the term which often used...
* Involves the use of influences to motivate employees to achieve organisational goals
* Is concerned with monitoring employees’ activities, keeping the organization on track toward its goals and making corrections as needed
Effectiveness : the degree to...
What Is Strategy? By: Porter, Michael E., Harvard Business Review, 00178012, Nov/Dec96, Vol. 74, Issue 6
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What Is Strategy?
1. Operational Effectiveness: Necessary but Not Sufficient
2. II. Strategy Rests on Unique Activities
THE NATURE OF MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS
Marketing is the set of activities that organisations develop to transfer value, through exchange to their customers. While Communication is a process that conveys shared meaning between individuals, or between organisations and individuals. Together, marketing...
challenge, and motivate them to perform the functions of their position to the best of their ability and within standards. Training and development activities provide all involved system of care parties with the tools they need to develop professionally, increase their knowledge, effectively work with families...
Management Information Systems – 4 Credits
(Book ID: B1136)
Assignment Set- 1 (60 Marks)
Q1. What is MIS? Define the characteristics of MIS? What are the basic Functions of MIS? Give some Disadvantage of MIS?
Definition : Organized approach to the study of information needs of a management...
THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ARBITRATION
AS COMPARED TO LITIGATION
Arthur Mazirow, Esq., CRE
Real Estate Arbitrator, Mediator,
Expert Witness and Consultant
Los Angeles, California
Presented to The Counselors of Real Estate
April 13, 2008
Benefits of Unit Trust Scheme
Disadvantages of Unit Trust Scheme
Types of Unit Trust Funds
Growth of Mutual Fund in Malaysia
is also constructing something from components.
3. How does a person providing a direct service differ from one providing a commercial service?
Ans: A person providing a direct service provides that service directly to the person needing that service and these services are of personal nature. The...
* International business ‐ (1) a business (or firm) that engages in international (cross‐border) economic activities or (2) the action of doing business abroad.
* Global business ‐ business around the globe.
* Multinational enterprise (MNE) – a firm that engages...
of planning - Planning process - Types of plans – Objectives - - Managing by objective (MBO) Strategies - Types of strategies - Policies - Decision Making - Types of decision - Decision Making Process - Rational Decision Making Process - Decision Making under different...
Consists of continuous activity for 20 mins or longer within the aerobic training zone.
• There are two forms:
Long slow distance (LSD) 60-80% MHR
High intensity continuous (HIS) 80-90% MHR
• Continuous training activities include running, walking, cycling and swimming.
• Advantages: time efficient,...
* Methods of Training & Development
* On the job method
* Off the job method
* Process of Training & Development
* Advantages & Disadvantages
* Identifying training needs
* Company profile