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  • There are many different types of organisation, none of them necessarily the best or the worst but all geared towards enabling an organisation to achieve its objectives as quickly, easily and inexpensively as possible. Most management writers have offered differing views on which types of organisation can work best in which contexts. All these views are valid but some may not be as appropriate to certain kinds of organisation as others.

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  • There has been an increasing amount of talk about “employee stress” over the past decade. Quite what it is and how best to combat it are two aspects which are rather less well-documented. This chapter will try to decide - in a non-medical way - what it may be, how it may be caused, what relevance it has to organisations and their business and how it can best be avoided or treated. Stress is a more subjective topic than most we have so far encountered. People may have widely differing views about its causes, impacts and, even, very existence. Management...

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  • If the organisation lives up to the values expressed in its mission statement, acts in accordance with the principles derived from it and meets the standards it generates the organisation will be securing its morale and strengthening its reputation. If, on the other hand, it fails to live up to these values, it leaves itself open to charges of hypocrisy, weakness and/or ignorance from inside and outside the organisation: morale will be low and reputation shaky

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  • Tham khảo sách 'ethical issues in youth work', giáo dục - đào tạo, cao đẳng - đại học phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Chapter 13 - Working with financial statements. In this chapter, you will know how to standardise financial statements for comparison purposes, know how to compute and interpret important financial ratios, know the determinants of a firm’s profitability and growth, understand the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.

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  • Chapter 17 - Working capital management. This chapter include objectives: Understand how firms manage cash and various collection, concentration and disbursement techniques; understand how to manage receivables and the basic components of credit policy; understand various inventory types, different inventory management systems and what determines the optimal inventory level.

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  • I came to write this book to answer the many repeated questions that people have about the constant “reorganisations” and “restructurings” that they willingly or unwillingly participate in during the course of their working life. I currently work with both the initiators of these reorganisations and the people whose working lives are changed as a result of them.

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  • Chapter 2 - Individual behaviour and learning in organisations. This chapter describe the four factors that influence individual behaviour and performance, identify five types of work-related behaviour, define learning, describe the A-B-C model of behaviour modification, Explain how feedback influences individual behaviour and performance, identify five elements of effective feedback, describe the three features of social learning theory, outline Kolb’s model of experiential learning.

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  • Chapter 18 - Employment relationship and career dynamics. In this chapter you will learn: discuss the different types of psychological contract, identify three types of trust in organisational settings, discuss the employment trends of employability and casual work, discuss the two primary functions of organisational socialisation, describe the stages of organisational socialisation, explain how realistic job previews and socialisation agents assist the socialisation process, describe the main features of holland’s theory of occupational choice,...

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  • Chapter 5 - Foundations of employee motivation. In this chapter you will learn: distinguish between content and process theories, compare the four content theories of motivation, discuss the practical implications of content motivation theories, explain how each component of expectancy theory influences work effort, discuss the implications of expectancy theory, explain how employees react to inequity, describe the six characteristics of effective goal setting.

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  • Chapter 9 - Decision making and employee involvement. Chapter learning objectives: Diagram the general model of decision making, explain why people have difficulty identifying problems and opportunities, identify three factors that challenge our ability to choose the best alternative, outline the causes of escalation of commitment to a poor decision, outline the forms and levels of employee involvement, describe sociotechnical systems theory recommendations for more successful self-directed work teams.

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  • Chapter 12 - Power, politics and persuasion. The goal is for you to learn: define power and counterpower, describe the five bases of power in organisations, explain how information relates to power in organisations, discuss the four contingencies of power, discuss the role of power in sexual harassment, explain how organisational power creates problems in romantic relationships at work, summarise the advantages and disadvantages of organisational politics.

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  • This study guide provides an overview of the most important topics and current debates covered in Human Resource Management (HRM) field at undergraduate level. Its aim is to help students in their understanding of what HRM is, how it functions in organizational settings, why people are important as organizational resources and how this resource can be effectively managed in the 21st Century. The guide concentrates on the basics of organisational behaviour and Human Resource Management.

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  • This chapter tells you a little more about the PR industry and discusses the difference between in-house PR and PR consultancy. If you already have a good idea about working in PR then you might want to move on to the next section which discusses whether you have the right skills. Those looking for a career in PR can take one of two main routes: by getting a job within a PR department of a company or organisation, known as in-house PR, or by finding a position in a PR consultancy. The PR consultancies in the UK range from US-owned...

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  • This study guide provides an overview of the most important topics and current debates covered in Human Resource Management (HRM) field at undergraduate level. Its aim is to help students in their understanding of what HRM is, how it functions in organizational settings, why people are important as organizational resources and how this resource can be effectively managed in the 21st Century. The guide concentrates on the basics of organisational behaviour and Human Resource Management.

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  • Since publication of the 5th edition there have been significant developments in health and safety. First, the importance of the roles of directors and managers in health and safety has been highlighted by a number of major incidents, in some of which lives were lost. Subsequent investigation established serious shortcomings in the commitment and support for health and safety at very senior levels in the organisations concerned.

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  • Overworked managers know that management is about doing the best you can with what you’ve got, in the real world of organisations that are demanding more and more, for less and less.This book is for every manager who knows that if doing that was as easy as most books and trainers make out, they’d be doing it already.The books you’ve read all seem to have been written by people who don’t know what it’s like in the real world of work, and mistake you for a superhero instead of a real manager. You know you could work out a better...

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  • Starting from the in situ quality of waterbodies themselves and working backwards to address threats to quality sounds like simple common sense. It is, but it is not how one would describe the current regulatory system. The focus of the current system is on specific numeric discharge limits applied to a precisely defined universe of pollution sources. The quality of surface waters themselves is a binding regulatory issue only if quality is adequately monitored and if point sources are found to be the source of the problem. Effluent taxes could play an important role in...

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  • Strong internal control, including an internal audit function and an independent external audit, are part of sound corporate governance. In banks, these are also important for the safety and soundness of operations and can contribute to an efficient and constructive working relationship between bank management and banking supervisors. Appropriate communication between banking supervisors and banks’ internal and external auditors will improve the effectiveness of audits and supervision. 2.

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  • The resource-based view of the firm (RBV) is one of the latest strategic management concepts to be enthusiastically em-braced by marketing scholars. This paper argues that the RBV holds much promise as a framework for understanding stra-tegic marketing issues but cautions that, before it is adopted, it needs to be fully understood. Consequently, the paper charts the development of the RBV from its origins in early economic models of imperfect competition, through the work of evolutionary economists to the contributions of strategy and marketing scholars over the past two decades.

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