Management and Behavioural Processes

ISBN Number : 978-93-5273-084-1

Student Price : Rs.640

Student Dollar Price : 26$

Library Price : Rs.1550

Library Dollar Price : 62$

Book Edition : Second

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 742

Book Weight :1200

About The Book

Intense international competition in recent years has made managers and their organizations experience and to continue to experience revolutionary changes. Customers, all over the world have become increasingly demanding. They expect high quality. Low prices and short delivery times and more and more value addition to the goods and services they buy from vendors. To achieve these, the corporate sector has a major role in the harnessing of human resource. Management students who would be the future corporate managers need to learn the principles and techniques of management as well as the concepts of human behavior at the workplace. This book is written to help educate students taking their first course in management and organizational behaviour. The salient feature of this book are:

- Topics on 'Management' and 'organisational behaviour' are comprehensively dealt with.
- Figures and Exhibits illustrate the topics covered.
- Discussion questions help the readers to expand their thinking
- Cases are designed to help readers apply their conceptual knowledge to practical situations.

 

Contents :

Unit – 1 : Management Concepts
Chapter 1 : Management – An Overview
Chapter 2 : Behavioural Processes – An Overview
Chapter 3 : History and Development of Management and Organizational Behaviour
Chapter 4 : The Managers and Their Environments
Unit – 2 : Planning and Decision Making
Chapter 5 : Managerial Decision Making
Chapter 6 : The Planning Process
Unit – 3 : Organising and Staffing
Chapter 7 : The Organising Process
Chapter 8 : Organisational Structure and Design
Chapter 9 : Human Resource Management and Staffing
Unit – 4 : The Individual in The Organisation
Chapter 10 : Foundations of Individual Behaviour
Chapter 11 : Perception and Individual Decision Making
Chapter 12 : Values, Attitudes and Job Satisfaction
Unit – 5 : Influencing Process
Chapter 13 : Directing (Influencing)
Chapter 14 : Motivation and Behavioural Processes
Unit – 6 : Groups in The Organisation
Chapter 15 : Foundations of Group Behaviour
Chapter 16 : Leadership
Chapter 17 : Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Chapter 18 : Corporate Culture, Change and Development
Unit – 7 : Controlling
Chapter 19 : The Controlling Process
Chapter 20 : Controlling Techniques
Chapter 21 : Special Areas of Management
Chapter 22 : Case Analysis
References
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About The Author

K. Shridhara Bhat, a Graduate in Mechanical Engineering with postgraduate diploma in Industrial Management and Master`s degree in Business Administration is currently engaged in part-time teaching as a visiting professor and consultancy in the field of management education and industry.

Earlier, he worked as Professor and Head of the Department of Management Studies, East Point College of Engineering and Technology and BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore during the period of 1994 to 2005.

Before taking up teaching profession, he served Bharat Electronics for a period of about 26 years in the areas of Production and Operations Management, Materials Management, Research and Development, Human Resource Management, etc.

He has authored books in subjects such as – Production and Operations Management, Total Quality Management, Materials Management, Inventory Management, Business Process Reengineering, Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques, Management and Behavioural Processes, World-class Manufacturing, Logistics Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, etc.

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