Certification in Principles and Practices of Management

Master the art of management with essential principles, process, activities, approach and best practices

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Description

Take the next step in your career! Whether you’re an up-and-coming professional, an experienced executive, aspiring manager, budding Professional. This course is an opportunity to sharpen your Principles and Practices of management , increase your efficiency for professional growth and make a positive and lasting impact in the business or organization.

With this course as your guide, you learn how to:

  • All the basic functions and skills required Principles and practices of management.

  • Transform meaning of Introduction to the Definition of Management, Nature of Management, Is Management a Science or an Art? Scope of Management. Evolution of Management Thought.

  • Get access to recommended templates and formats for the detail’s information related to Principles and Practices of management.

  • Learn useful case studies, the Organising and Organising – The Process. Organisational Design. Hierarchical Systems. Exercising Choice and details related to the Organisation Structure. Formal and Informal organization and Characteristics of formal Organisation and Characteristics of Informal Organisation, Advantages of Formal Organisation, Disadvantages or Criticisms of Formal Organisation.

  • Invest in yourself today and reap the benefits for years to come.

The Frameworks of the Course

· Engaging video lectures, case studies, assessment, downloadable resources and interactive exercises. This course is created to Learn about Introduction (Introduction to the management). Definition of Management, Nature of Management, Is Management a Science or an Art? Scope of Management. Evolution of Management Thought, Classical Theory, Scientific Management Approach and Fayol’s Principal of management. The principal of management. Planning and Characteristics of Planning, Traditional Objective Setting and Strategic Management and Strategy Evaluation.

· Forecasting and Premising, Benefits of Forecasting, Limitations of Forecasting, Techniques of Forecasting. Decision-making. Management by Objectives and Notes Styles of Management, Core Concepts of MBO, Benefits of Management by Objectives. Organising and Organising – The Process. Organisational Design. Hierarchical Systems. Exercising Choice and details related to the Organisation Structure. Formal and Informal organization and Characteristics of formal Organisation and Characteristics of Informal Organisation

· The course includes multiple Case studies, resources like formats-templates-worksheets-reading materials, quizzes, self-assessment, film study and assignments to nurture and upgrade your Principles and practices of management in details.

In the first part of the course, you’ll learn the details of Introduction (Introduction to the management). Definition of Management, Nature of Management, Is Management a Science or an Art? Scope of Management. Evolution of Management Thought, Classical Theory, Scientific Management Approach and Fayol’s Principal of management. The principal of management. Planning and Characteristics of Planning, Forecasting and Premising, Benefits of Forecasting, Limitations of Forecasting, Techniques of Forecasting. Decision-making. Management by Objectives and Notes Styles of Management, Core Concepts of MBO, Benefits of Management by Objectives.

In the middle part of the course, you’ll learn how to develop a knowledge related to Organising and Organising – The Process. Organisational Design. Hierarchical Systems. Exercising Choice and details related to the Organisation Structure. Formal and Informal organization and Characteristics of formal Organisation and Characteristics of Informal Organisation, Advantages of Formal Organisation, Disadvantages or Criticisms of Formal Organisation, Benefits of Informal Organisation, Forms of Organisation. Line Organisation and Types of Staff. Advantages or Merits of Line and Staff Organisation and Disadvantages or Demerits of Line and Staff Organisation. In addition, Committee Organisation.

In the final part of the course, you’ll develop the knowledge related to the Span of Management related to span of control. Graicunas’ Theory and Centralisation and Decentralisation. Delegation, Authority and Power,Principles of Delegation,Advantages of Delegation and Issues regarding Delegation and Types of Power. Staffing and Coordination,Human Resource Management, Selection Process, Importance and techniques of Coordination.Performance Appraisal and Career Strategy.Concept and Functions of Performance Appraisal. Organisational Change,Motivation and Leadership. Communication, Significance of Communication. Team and Team Work and Team and Team Work, Control Techniques

Course Content:

Part 1

Introduction and Study Plan

· Introduction and know your Instructor

· Study Plan and Structure of the Course

1. Introduction

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Definition of Management

1.3. Nature of Management

1.4. Is Management a Science or an Art?

1.5. Scope of Management

1.6. Functions of a Manager

2. Evolution of Management Thought

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Classical Theory

2.3. Scientific Management Approach

2.4. Fayol’s Principal of management. The principal of management are given below.

2.5. Criticism of Process of Functional Approach

2.6. Bureaucracy

2.7. Hawthorne Studies

2.8. Behavioural Science Approach

2.9. Systems Approach

3. Planning

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Characteristics of Planning

3.3. Traditional Objective Setting

3.4. Strategic Management

3.5. Strategy Implementation

3.6. Strategy Evaluation

4. Forecasting and Premising

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Benefits of Forecasting

4.3. Limitations of Forecasting

4.4. Techniques of Forecasting

5. Decision-making

5.1. Introduction

6. Management by Objectives and Notes Styles of Management

6.1. Introduction.

6.2. Core Concepts of MBO

6.3. Benefits of Management by Objectives

6.4. Limitations of Management by Objectives

7. Organising

7.1. Introduction.

7.2. Organising – The Process

7.3. Organisational Design

7.4. Hierarchical Systems

7.5. Exercising Choice

7.6. Organisation Structure

7.7. Significance of Organisation Structure

7.8. Determining the Kind of Organisation Structure

7.9. Principles of Organisational Structure

7.10. Formal and Informal organization(Characteristic of Formal Organisation)

7.11. Characteristics of Informal Organisation

7.12. Advantages of Formal Organisation

7.13. Disadvantages or Criticisms of Formal Organisation

7.14. Benefits of Informal Organisation

7.15. Forms of Organisation

7.16. Line Organisation

7.17. Types of Staff

7.18. Advantages or Merits of Line and Staff Organisation

7.19. Disadvantages or Demerits of Line and Staff Organisation

7.20. Committee Organisation

8. Span of Management

8.1. Introduction

8.2. Graicunas’ Theory

8.3. Centralisation and Decentralisation

9. Delegation, Authority and Power

9.1. Introduction

9.2. Principles of Delegation

9.3. Advantages of Delegation

9.4. Issues regarding Delegation

9.5. Types of Power

Part 2

10. Staffing and Coordination

10.1. Introduction.

10.2. Human Resource Management

10.3. Selection Process

10.4. Importance of Coordination

10.5. Techniques of Coordination

11. Performance Appraisal and Career Strategy

11.1. Introduction.

11.2. Concept and Functions of Performance Appraisal

11.3. Modern Methods of Performance Appraisal

11.4. Overview of Career Development

11.5. Significance and Advantages of Career Development

12. Organisational Change

12.1. Introduction

13. Motivation and Leadership

13.1. Introduction

14. Communication

14.1. Introduction

14.2. Significance of Communication

15. Team and Team Work

15.1. Introduction

15.2. Introducing Quality Circle in an Organisation

16. Controlling

16.1. Introduction

16.2. Relationship between Planning and Control

16.3. Control Techniques

Part 3

Assignments

· What do you mean by management by objectives (mbo)?

· What do you mean by staffing and coordination? Explain organisational change in your own words.

· How team work can be proved very important one for any organisation’s working strategical process?

  • Important Theories of Management

  • Important templates for Management in an organization

  • Case studies of Managing and governing in an organization

Principles and Practices of Management

Principles and Practices of Management encompass a wide range of theories, methodologies, and techniques aimed at effectively guiding and organizing people, resources, and processes within an organization to achieve its goals. These principles and practices form the foundation of modern management theory and are applicable across various industries and organizational contexts. Here are some key principles and practices:

  1. Planning: This involves setting goals, defining strategies, and outlining the steps needed to achieve objectives. Planning helps in providing direction and clarity to organizational activities.

  2. Organizing: Organizing involves structuring the resources (human, financial, and physical) within the organization to facilitate the accomplishment of goals. This includes designing roles, establishing reporting relationships, and allocating responsibilities.

  3. Leading: Leadership is about inspiring, motivating, and influencing others to work towards organizational goals. Effective leaders provide guidance, support, and direction to their team members.

  4. Controlling: Controlling involves monitoring performance, comparing it with established standards, and taking corrective actions when necessary. This ensures that organizational activities are aligned with objectives and deviations are addressed promptly.

  5. Coordination: Coordination ensures that different parts of the organization work together harmoniously towards common goals. It involves aligning efforts, resources, and activities to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.

  6. Decision Making: Management involves making decisions at various levels of the organization. Good decision making requires analyzing information, evaluating alternatives, and choosing the best course of action.

  7. Communication: Effective communication is essential for transmitting information, sharing goals and expectations, and fostering collaboration within the organization. Clear and open communication helps in minimizing misunderstandings and promoting a positive work environment.

  8. Human Resource Management: Managing human resources involves activities such as recruitment, selection, training, performance evaluation, and employee development. Investing in the development and well-being of employees is crucial for organizational success.

  9. Adaptability and Innovation: In today’s dynamic business environment, organizations must be adaptable and innovative to stay competitive. Managers need to embrace change, encourage creativity, and foster a culture of continuous improvement.

  10. Ethical Considerations: Ethical principles should guide managerial decision making and behavior. Managers must consider the ethical implications of their actions and strive to uphold integrity, fairness, and responsibility in all organizational activities.

These principles and practices provide a framework for effective management and serve as a guide for managers to navigate the complexities of organizational dynamics and achieve sustainable success. However, it’s important to recognize that management is a dynamic field, and practices may evolve over time in response to changes in the business environment and societal trends.


Total Students33
Original Price($)1999
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Number of lectures81
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Instructor NameHuman and Emotion: CHRMI

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