The main goal of studying Management concepts & practices is to enable the students to understand the principles of manag...
Mode Of Delivery
Module 1 : Introduction to Management
Introduction and Nature of Management, Definition & Meaning-By Peter F. Drucker, Koontz O’ Donnel, S. George, Management as an Art, Science and Profession, Distinction between Administration and Management, Importance & Functions of Management.
Module 2: Evolution of Management
Evolution of Management- Thought, Pre Scientific Management era, Scientific Management & Contribution of F. W. Taylor, Process Management & contribution of Henri Fayol, HR movement - Hawthrone experiments, Contributions of Behavioural scientists - Abraham Maslow, Peter F. Drucker, Douglas Mc. Gregor.
Module 3: Planning and Decision Making
Nature & Definition of Planning- Koontz O’ Donnel, Hart, Alfred & Beaty, Importance and limitations, Planning process, Types of Plans - on the basis of use, functions, time (meaning only), Meaning of Decision making, Steps in decision making, Types of decisions: Programmed-Non-programmed; Strategic-tactical, Individual-Group, Policy-Operation, Organizational-Personal.
Module 4: Organizing and Departmentation
Meaning & Definition- Koontz O’Donnell & McFarland, Organizing - Nature, Purpose & Principles, Types of Organization (Formal & Informal), Types of Authority relationships- Line, Functional, Line& staff, Committees, Meaning and types of Departmentalisation, Centralization and De-centralization (Meaning Only).
Module 5: Elements of Directing, Coordinating and Control
Meaning & Importance of Directing, Leadership: Meaning & Styles, Motivation: importance & Theories (Maslow, Herzberg. Mcgregor), Communication- Meaning, Objectives & Types of communication, Meaning, Principles and techniques of Co- ordination, Meaning, Need & steps in Controlling.
Who Should Attend?
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Management Concept Practices for Managers” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'.