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You are here:Open notes-->Banaras-hindu-universityBHU-->DME-101-Management-Principles-and-Values

DME 101 Management Principles and Values

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This course intends to develop the basic awareness of management functions and various dimensions of organizational life. It also attempts to provide exposure of the ethical dilemma in management practices.

Concept of Management: Its nature, scope and purpose. Managing Science or Art. Management Vs Administration, Skills of a Manager. Organization and its pervasiveness. Reasons for organizations. Significance of Goals in Organizations. 

Evolution of Management Thought: Scientific Management. Frederick W.Taylor. Contributions and Limitations of Scientific Management Theory. Classical Organisation Theory. Contributions and Limitations of Classical Organisation Theory. Henry Fayols Principles of Management, Human Relations Movement: The Hawthorne Experiments. Concept of System and Systems Approach. Organizations as Socio-technical systems. The contingency approach to Management.

Organisation Structure: Formal and Informal organisations. Forms of formal organisation structures. Line and staff organisation. Functional Organisation. Product/Market Organisation. Project organisation and Matrix organisation. Benefits and Cost of Informal Organisations. 

Decision-Making: Phases of Decision-Making. Problem Discovery. Problem Definition. Goal Setting. Developing Alternatives, Evaluating alternative and Making choices, Nature of Managerial Decision-making. Certainty, Risk and Uncertainty. Rationality, Behavioural and Emotional Barriers to Decision-Making. Dealing with barriers to Decision-Making. Group as Decision- maker. Individual Vs. Group Decision-making.  Management Process: Plans and Decision Making. Basic Steps in Planning. Operational Plans. Single use Plans. (Policies, Strategies) and standing plans (Projects, Programs, Budgets). Forecasting. 

Organizing: Division of work. Job Specialization. Span of Management Organisation Chart. Coordination. Approaches to achieving effective coordination. Selecting the appropriate coordination mechanism. Delegating and Decentralisation. Concept and significance of delegation. Delegation, Authority, Accountability and Responsibility. Classical guidelines for delegation and its limitations. Effective Delegation. Factors influencing Decentralisation. Centralisation Vs. Decentralisation.

Communication: Importance of Communication. The Communication Process - Channels of Communications. Formal and Informal barriers to Effective Communication. Overcoming Barriers to interpersonal communication. Communication in Organization. Factors influencing organisation communications. Communication network within the organizations: Vertical, horizontal, diagonal and informal. Overcoming organizational barriers to communication. 

Controlling : The meaning of control. Steps in Control Process. Importance of Control. Types of Control Methods. Sources of Control. Design of the Control Process. Characteristics of effective Control System. 

Values in Management: Transnational environment and perspectives of business. Quality of work life (QWL). Japanese Management Techniques. Search for Excellence. Human Values In Management: Indian perspectives. Values for Managers. Ethical dilemma In Management. Indian versus Western concepts of ethics and values, contextual ethics. Selfdevelopment and lessons from Ancient Indian Traditions.  

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