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Management is the art of getting things done through others. It is always required whenever human and non-human resources are used. So management has to perform various functions to achieve the goals of the organisation. Such management functions are performed effectively and efficiently through principles and techniques. It is the coordination of all resources through the process of planning, organising, directing and controlling in order to attain stated goals. A science of management has been developed and modern managers require mastery of this science as well as the ability to apply it to the situational needs of their organisation.



Management Theory and Practices

Management is an essential ingredient in every organised endeavour. Effective and efficient coordination of human efforts and material resources requires sound management. This part has been designed keeping in view the situational nature of management. It seeks to provide a brief and concise view of what management is all about and how it can be applied to different spheres of human activity. 

  1. Forecasting: Meaning, Nature, Planning and Forecasting, Importance and Limitations
  2. Steps of Forecasting
  3. Techniques of Forecasting
  4. Coordination- Nature, Criteria, Objectives and Purpose
  5. Management by Objectives(MBO): Meaning, Objective, Features, Advantages and Limitations
  6. Decision making: Meaning, Nature, Role and Relationship between Planning and Decision-making
  7. Strategic Management: Concept, Features and Strategy Formulation
  8. Departmentation: Meaning, Need, Importance and Basis for Departmentation
  9. Types of Departmentation
  10. Factors determining Span of Management
  11. 6 Types of Organisation Structure
  12. Line Organisation: Meaning, Features, Suitability, Advantages and Disadvantages
  13. Functional Organisation: Meaning, Features, Suitability, Advantages and Disadvantages
  14. Line and Staff Organisation: Meaning, Features, Suitability, Advantages and Disadvantages
  15. Project Organisation: Meaning, Features, Advantages, Disadvantages and Suitability
  16. Matrix Organisation: Meaning, Features, Suitability, Advantages and Disadvantages
  17. Committee Organisation: Meaning, Features, Suitability, Advantages and Disadvantages
  18. Organizational Change: Nature, Causes and Change Process
  19. Causes of Resistance to Change
  20. How to overcome Resistance to Change?
  21. Organisation Development: Concept, Features, Objectives, and Roles
  22. Organizational Development (OD) Intervention Techniques
  23. Organisation Chart: Meaning, Types, Advantages and Limitations
  24. Organization Manual: Concept, Advantages, and Drawbacks
  25. Organisation Manual: Meaning, Contents and Types
  26. Human Resource Accounting: Meaning, Concept, Features and Objectives 
  27. Performance Appraisals: Meaning, Significance, Objectives, Types, Criticisms
  28. Performance Management System(PMS): Meaning, Purpose, and Benefits
  29. Obstacles and Essentials of Effective Performance Appraisal
  30. Methods of Human Resource Valuation
  31. Knowledge Management: Meaning, Concept, Process and Significance
  32. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory of Motivation
  33. Expectancy Theory of Motivation: Advantages, Disadvantages and Implications
  34. William Ouchi’s Theory Z
  35. Adam’s Equity Theory: Concept, Merits and Demerits
  36. Mc Gregor’s Theory X and Theory Y
  37. Morale: Concept, Morale and Productivity, and Ways to build high morale
  38. What is Crisis Management?
  39. Budgetary Control: Meaning, Objectives, Advantages and Limitations
  40. What is 360-Degree Feedback?
  41. Difference Between Management by Objectives (MBO) and Management by Exception (MBE)
  42. Difference between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
  43. Difference between Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship
  44. Difference between Reward and Incentive
  45. Difference between Motivation and Morale
  46. Difference between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
  47. Difference between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting
  48. Difference between Cost Accounting and Management Accounting

Human Resource Management (HRM)

Human resource management is a process that brings people and organizations together so that organizational and individual goals can be achieved. Human resource management can be defined as the art of procuring, developing, and maintaining a competent workforce to achieve the goal of an organization effectively and efficiently. In the present business environment, no business can exist without appropriate human resources. So, human resources management has become the main focus of every organization.

  1. Recruitment Process in HRM
  2. Human Resources (HR): Roles and Responsibilities
  3. What is the difference between a Job Application, a Resume and a CV?
  4. What should I use? “A Curriculum Vitae or a Resume”
  5. Should you include irrelevant work experience on a resume?
  6. 10 steps to write an Effective Resume
  7. 4 Steps in the process of Posting a Job
  8. 10 Best Online Resume Builders
  9. Top 10 Traditional HR Interview Questions and Answers
  10. 5 Ways to a Successful Job Search
  11. 10 Best tips to prepare for a Job Interview in 2023
  12. 6 Careers in Human Resource Management
  13. 10 Ways to prevent Workplace Violence
  14. 10 Ways of Combating Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  15. Top 10 Job Hunting Strategies
  16. Top 11 Job Search Websites of 2023
  17. 10 Essential Skills for a successful Career in Human Resources
  18. 5 Best Human Resource Management System (HRMS) for small and medium-sized Organizations
  19. 10 Best HR Certifications and Courses
  20. 6 Tips to develop Convincing Skills
  21. What is a Job Description (JD)?
  22. How to prepare Job Description (JD) for the role of a Software developer?
  23. How to prepare Job Description (JD) for the role of a Digital Marketing profile?
  24. Job Description (JD) for Software Development Engineer (SDE) II
  25. Job Description for a Product Manager
  26. Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA): Types, Clauses, Benefits, Problems and Precautions
  27. What is KRA? |Benefits and Limitations of KRA
  28. What is Internal job posting (IJP)? Explain benefits and challenges of Internal Job Posting.
  29. What is Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)?
  30. Employee Retention & Engagement Strategies
  31. How to prepare an Employee Handbook?
  32. How to deal with employees having affair?
  33. How to deal with employees complaining about managers?

Corporate Law

This part covers topics governing the rights, relations, and conduct of persons, companies, organizations and businesses. The laws involved regulate the rights and obligations involved with the business activities of a corporation, including formation, ownership, operation, and management.

  1. Glass Ceiling in Workplace: Concept, History and Effect
  2. Why it is necessary for corporates to follow Legal Compliance?
  3. POSH Policy: Concept, Benefits and Disadvantages of not having a POSH Policy
  4. 6 Laws that every Indian Start-up must know

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Last Updated : 21 Jun, 2023
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