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Blair Lewis on January 2, 2018

The management is divided into: 1st - Planning-I. e Managers have to set objectives an organization and decide how to achieve them. This will involve the development of strategies, precipitationses tactics, and the allocation of the resources of people and money. 2nd-Organizing - This involves the analysis and classification of the activities of the organization and the relationships between them. Then, separately manageable activities from individuals. The staff of the organization with qualifies people, that means that the right person for the right job. 3rd - Integrating - I. e Communicate the objectives of the organization to the staff, and motivate the work force in order to make sure that you comply with their tasks. 4 - the Control that Managers have to measure or control the performance of their staff, to see if there is any deviation, and then take actions consequetly. Latest Development: Managers have to develop their subordinates and to themselves. E. g. In training for the job. Love Luamba - Shanghai - August 17, 2007. Principles of Management . Description of the Examination the Principles of Management examination covers material that is usually taught in an introductory course in the fundamentals of management and organization. The fact that these courses are offered by different types of institutions and in a number of other fields of business has been taken into account in the preparation of this exam. It requires a knowledge of the human resources and operational and functional aspects of management. The exam consists of 100 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Some of these are pretest questions that will not be scored. At any time candidates spend on tutorials and providing personal information is in addition to the test of time. Knowledge and Skills Required Questions on the Principles of Management examination require candidates to demonstrate one or more of the following abilities in the approximate proportions indicated: . Specific factual knowledge, recall and general understanding of purposes, functions and techniques of management (about 10% of the test) . The understanding and the ability to associate the meaning of specific terminology with important management ideas, processes, techniques, concepts, and elements (about 40% of the test) . Understanding of theory and significant underlying assumptions, concepts, and limitations of management data, including an understanding of the logic of the procedures, methods, and analyses (about 40% of the test) . Application of knowledge, general concepts and principles to specific problems (about 10% of the examination) The subject matter of the Principles of Management examination is drawn from the following topics. The percentages next to the main topics indicate the approximate percentage of exam questions on these topics. Approximate percentage of Examination 15-25% Organization and Human Resources . The management of staff . Human relations and motivation . The training and development . The evaluation of the performance . The organizational development . Legal problems . The working of the strength of diversity . The recruitment and selection process . Of compensation and benefits . The collective bargaining 10-20% Operational Aspects of Management . Operations planning and control . The programming of the works . Total Quality management (e.g. TQM) . Information processing and management . Strategic planning and analysis . The productivity 45-55% Functional Aspects of Management . Planning . The organization . Leader . The control of . Authority . The decision making process . Graphics of the organization . Leadership . Structure of the organization . The preparation of the budget . The resolution of problems . The group dynamics and the functions of the computer . The resolution of conflicts . Communication . Change . The theory of organizations . Historical aspects 10-20% International Management and Contemporary Issues . The value of the dimensions . The Regional economic integration . Trade alliances . Global environment . Social responsibility of the company . Ethics . Systems . Environment . The regulation of the government . Management theory and theorists . E-business . Creativity and innovation Study resources Most textbooks used in college-level principles of management courses cover the topics in the outline above, but the approaches to certain topics and the emphasis given to them may be different. To prepare for the Principles of Management exam, it is advisable to study one or more college textbooks, which can be found in most college bookstores. When selecting a textbook, check the table of contents against the "Knowledge and Skills" for this test. I hope that this will help you a bit: The detailed information can be received from the links listed in the Related Links Below, about the Search Box. Management principles are guidelines for the decisions and actionsof managers.


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