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Question number: 246

» Organising » Structure of Organization

Appeared in Year: 2006

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Explain ‘Complex Organisational Structures’ as a barrier to effective communication.

Question number: 247

» Financial Markets » Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

Appeared in Year: 2005

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You are the representative of workers in a factory and want to impress upon the management the need for introducing time rate system in place of existing piece rate system of wage payment. What four reasons would you like to give to the management to justify your viewpoint? Explain, in brief.

Question number: 248

» Organising » Types of Organization

Appeared in Year: 2005

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Describe in Detail

Distinguish between formal and informal organizations on the basis of

a) formation,

b) purpose,

c) structure,

d) behavior of members,

e) stability, and

d) adherence to rules

Explanation

Here are the various points of differences between the various organizations.

the table display following data:

the table display differences between the various organizations.

Points of difference

Formal organization

Informal organization

Formation

Formal organization is formed by top level management.

Informal organization is formed by social forces within the formal… (170 more words) …

Question number: 249

» Organising » Organizing Process

Appeared in Year: 2005

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Define the term ‘Organizing’ and enumerate the steps involved in the process of organizing.

Question number: 250

» Controlling » Steps in the Process of Control

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“Controlling requires a systematic process” Explain.

Explanation

Control is not a single step activity. Rather, it is a dynamic process that involves constant analysis of actual and planned performance and the resultant deviations as well as the revision of objectives, plans, policies, procedures, positions, incentives etc. in the light of such deviations.

The control process involves carefully… (285 more words) …

Question number: 251

» Staffing » Training » Concept of Training

Appeared in Year: 2005

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“Authority can be delegated but accountability cannot. ” Explain the statement.

Explanation

Authority can be defined as institutionalized power to perform certain act of job whereas accountability indicates duty assigned to a position.

According to Henry Feyol, “authority is the right to give orders and the power to exact obedience. ” Managers have lots of task to perform; they cannot do each… (119 more words) …

Question number: 252

» Marketing Management » Marketing Mix » Product (Branding, Labelling & Packing)

Appeared in Year: 2006

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Explain ‘Product Mix’ as an element of ‘Marketing Mix’.

Question number: 253

» Controlling » Relationship Between Planning and Controlling

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“Planning without controlling is meaningless and controlling is aimless without planning”. Discuss.

Explanation

It can be said in other way, as,

“Planning and Controlling are two sides of same coin. ”

This implies that both are inseparable and incomplete without each other. If Planning is head start of the journey then controlling is the Destination. Controlling is a rein which supervises whether work… (133 more words) …

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