Manual for the course "Management Theory" ( "Principles of Management")
AbstractThe development of industrial and commercial processes on the modern stage withdrew in the first place before all the economic organizations, the task of improving and developing management systems. Studies (in particular the example of small-and medium-sized enterprises) show that a large part of the root problems in the organization had ceased its activities are management weaknesses, rather than a lack of new ideas or a lack of market development opportunities. In turn, management efficiency is determined by the organization management system, which depends on the precise structure of activity, all the elements to achieve their goals. Effective leaders need to perform managerial work based on modern methods and techniques to manage, consider, in their situational differences and acting ahead - anticipating the future and prepare for it - rather than reacting after the fact. This, in turn, and there is the concept "management", without knowledge of the principles and methods which can not be controlled at any level of the hierarchy. Therefore, the purpose of this tutorial - to help students to study disciplines "Control Theory" and "Fundamentals of Management". Control Theory (Principles of Management ") - one of the important disciplines, allowing students to give a basic understanding of formal organizations, commercial and noncommercial, and on effective management.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Department of Marketing, Marketing MBA (RSconsult) in its series Books of marketing-mba with number bookis and published in 2007.
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