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					MANAGEMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE- LESSON PLAN

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Unit Name 1 Introduction

Name of the Topic Definition Types of Managers Mangerial roles and Functions Science or Art Administration Vs Management External Environment Managing people and organisations in the context of New Era Managing for competitve advantage Challenges of Management Corporate Social responsibility Managerial ethics

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Perspectives on 2 management

Scintific Management (FW. Taylor, Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Human Relations (Elton Mayo, Doglas Mc Gregor's Theory X and Y William Ouchi's Theory Z Systems Approach Contengency Approach Mc Kinsey 7-S Frame Work Nature of Planning Steps in Planning Types of planning Levels of planning Planning Process Planning practices in USA,Japan,China Problem and Opportunity Findig Nature of managerial decision making Rational model of decision making Challenges to rational the model Improving the effectiveness of D-M tools and Techniques Role of board and committees in decision making Decision making practices abroad Nature of organising organizational levels and Span of management Factors determine Span of control Organizatioal design and structure Departmentation

3 Planning

4 Decision Making

5 Organising

Line and Staff concepts Staffing Deligation and Decentralization and recentralization Responsive organizations Global organizations Leading Vs Managing Trait Approach and contengency approach Dimensions of leadership Leadership behavior and styles developing leadership skills Transformational leaders leadership in cross-cultureal environment Evaluating leader Women and Corporate leadership Motivational theories Building groups into teams Intergroup behaviour Conflict and Negotiation Global Leading Importance of communication Interpersonal communication Barriers of communication Communication in organizations using C-S to manage conflicts Comm. For understanding and results Creating productive interpersonal relationship Guidelines to improve written and Oral communication Basic control process Control as feedback system Feed Forward Control Requirements for effective control Control techniques Overall control and controls Global Controlling

6 Leading

7 Communication

8 Controlling

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Cumilative Periods


				
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