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  • Six Gurus Of Quality Management

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    Japanese quality revolution is greatly inspired by Juran and Deming engaged in the development of quality improvement tools. One of the very important continuous improvement tool used by several organizations throughout the world is TQM (Total Quality Management). TQM has a large success because of its aim on customer satisfaction as an ultimate goal. During the year 1990’s the business organization has the gateway to another quality improvement programmed called Six Sigma. Six Sigma bring attention by

  • Participative Management Style

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    with the changes. One way to do this is by applying an alternative management style. Some widely practiced management styles include the autocratic style, the consultative form and the persuasive style. The participative management style, or democratic style, is less practiced as it frightens companies to give up control and as it is often perceived as utopian and naïve (Fisher, 2005). Previous research indicated that management styles have influence on the effectiveness and performance of the

  • Personnel Management Vs Human Resource Management

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    human resource management is the process of recruiting and training employees, so they become more effective for the organization. It includes operating job analyses, planning, worker needs and hiring the perfect people for the right job. Moreover, planning and developing skills, keeping track of wages and salaries, having benefits and incentives schemes, checking workers performance, fixing disputes and communication with all the employees from top to bottom. So human resource management is the procedure

  • Metrics In Project Management

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    different factors that cause the success or failure of projects. Their results present general guidance for project managers to make sure that their projects be successful. This study shows the importance of project management tools and techniques in the industry. It also shows how project management is important for a successful and quality software product. • J. Procaccino and J. Verner [22] examine the mindset of software development project managers with regard to how they define a successful project

  • Human Resources Management: The Concept Of Human Resource Management

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    RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3.0 INTRODUCTION/IDENTIFICATION OF CONCEPT The most valuable and unique assets of an organisation is the Human resources. Human resources is an exciting, dynamic, and challenging task and this has increased because the world has become a global village and economics are in a state of flux. The growing expectations of a modern day worker and the scarcity of talented resources have further increased the complexity of the human resources function. The actual management of human resources

  • Natural Disaster Management

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    clear and understand to the employee of the organization. The committee can give advice on health and safety aspect. Besides that, the staff in organization should give cooperation in implement this disaster management. Disaster control plan also provides a based of the effective disaster management which is outlined in preventive and preparatory measures to reduce potential risks. Disaster control plan also helps in identify

  • Importance Of Performance Management

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    In simplest definition, Gallant (2012) has described performance management as a procedure that delivers feedback, responsibility, and documentation for performance results. She believed that with performance management, every employees are able to channel their talents towards organizational goals. Mucha (2009), on the other hand, has described performance management as a constant and systematic approach where it helps to improve results via making decision based on evidence, constant organizational

  • Peter Drucker's Management By Objectives

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    Peter Drucker first used the term "management by objectives" in his 1954 book The Practice of Management. While the basic ideas of MBO were not originally his, they borrow from other management practices to create a complete “system”. The idea draws on the many ideas presented in Mary Parker Follett's 1926 essay, "The Giving of Orders". After the term and idea were brought up, Drucker's student, George Odiorne, continued to develop the idea in his book Management Decisions by Objectives, published

  • Disadvantages Of Replacement Management System

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    Pavement Management System Assignment -1- Sarah Jamal Abbas GS47746 Q1: Pavement Distress: is an indication of poor pavement performance and a sign of failure. Bitumen hardening: is influenced under the atmosphere and there are so many important factors that affect the bitumen hardening such as: • Oxidation. • Volatilization. • Steric or physical factors. • Exudation of oils. Types of failure modes related to bitumen hardening: Cracking: can be defined as a set of interconnected cracks caused by

  • The Importance Of Decision Making In Management

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    The most important concerns with management are similar in all parts of the world, they include making effective decisions, harmonizing employment security with other needs such as productivity, flexibility, acceptance of change in the company, and developing young professional managers. The Japanese apply different principles and have developed different approaches to handle these issues, especially in business behavior. Decision by consensus is the point in which all Japanese authorities must come