Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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 Define Management?

 Function of Managers

 Evolution of Management

 Scientific Management
o Fredrick Taylor
o Henry L. Gantt
o Frank & Lillian Gilberth

 Operational Management
o Henri Fayol

 Behavioral Science
o Munster berg

 System theory
o Chester Barnard

 Modern Management/Recent contribution to management though
o Peter F. Drucker 1974
o Edwards
o Thomas Peters & Robert Waterman 1982



The Nature and purpose of planning
o The contribution of planning to purpose and objectives
o The primacy of planning
o The pervasiveness of planning
o The efficiency of plans

Types of planning
o Purpose, mission and objectives
o Strategies and policies
o Procedures and rules
o Programs
o Budget

Steps in planning
o Awareness op opportunities
o Setting objectives
o Developing performance
o Identifying alternative courses of action
o Evaluating alternative courses
o Selecting a course
o Formulating derivative plan
o Numbrising plans by making budgets

The Planning process

Management by objectives (MBO)
o Benefits of MBO
o Weaknesses of MBO

Decision making
o Rational decision making
o Steps in decision making

Quantitative & qualitative factors
Managerial analysis


Span of control
o Factors determining an effective span

Types of departmentalization
o Departmentalization by numbers
o Departmentalization By time
o Departmentalization By function
o Departmentalization By geography
o Departmentalization By customer
o Departmentalization By process
o Departmentalization By product

Formal & Informal organization

Authority & power

Line and staff concepts
o Line authority
o Staff concept

Line and staff organization of a typical manufacturing company
o Nature of line & staff concepts
o Benefits of staff
o Weaknesses of staff

Delegation of authority
o Splintered authority
o Recovery of delegated authority
o The art of delegation of authority

Personal attitude toward delegation
Guidelines for overcoming weak delegation

1. What is Staffing?

2. Define the nature and task of the manager

3. Defining the managerial job

4. The system approach to human resource management

a. Aspects in the system approach to staffing
i. Factors affecting the number and kinds of manager required
ii. Determination of available managerial resources
iii. Analysis of the need for managers
iv. Other important aspects

5. Purpose and objectives of staffing
a. Situational factors affecting staffing
i. External factors
ii. Internal factors

6. The selection process
a. Definition
b. The selection process
c. Interviews
d. Tests
e. Assessment centers
f. Limitation of the selection process

7. Steps/process/principles of staffing
a. Principle of job definition
b. Principle of managerial appraisal
c. Principle of open competition
d. Principle of management training and development
e. Principle of management objectives
f. Principle of continuing development


Leading Definition

Ingredients of leadership
o Power
o Fundamental understanding of people
o Ability to inspire followers
o The ability to act in manner

Trait approaches to leadership

Motivation & motivators


The system & process of controlling
o Definitions
o The basic control process
o Critical control points and standard

Types of critical points standards
Physical standards
o Cost standards
o Capital standards
o Revenue standards
o Program standards
o Intangible standards
o Goals as standards

Strategic plans as control points for strategic control.
o Control as a feedback system
o Feed forward control

Control techniques

The concept of budgeting
The purpose of budgeting
Types of budgets
Effective budgetary control
Dangers in budgeting
Methods for decreasing dangers

Traditional non budgetary control techniques
o Statistical data
o Special reports and analysis
o Operational audit

 Personal observation
Time event met work analysis

Ditulis Oleh : Hammad Nazir // Wednesday, December 01, 2010


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