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MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP EBOOK for management students
Ravi Chopra

MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP EBOOK for management students

Ravi Chopra | 15-Jan-2016 |
Management , Planning , ORGANIZING AND STAFFING , DIRECTING AND CONTROLLING , ENTREPRENEURSHIP , SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY , INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT , PREPARATION OF PROJECT ,

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1. MANAGEMENT 1–22
1.1 Meaning 1
1.2 Characteristics of Management 4
1.3 Nature of Management 5
1.4 Management Functions or The Process of Management 6
1.5 Functional Areas of Management 8
1.6 Management: A Science or Art? 9
1.7 Management: A Profession? 11
1.8 Management and Administration 11
1.9 Role of Management 12
1.10 Levels of Management 14
1.11 Evolution of Management 15
Chapter Summary 21
Questions 21
2. PLANNING 23–44
2.1 Meaning 23
2.2 Nature of Planning 24
2.3 Importance of Planning 25
2.4 Types of Planning 27
2.5 Types of Plans 29
2.6 Steps in Planning 36
2.7 Decision-making 38
Chapter Summary 43
Questions 44
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3. ORGANIZING AND STAFFING 45–69
3.1 Meaning and Definitions of Organizing 45
3.2 Steps in Organizing 47
3.3 Nature of Organization 47
3.4 Organization Structure 48
3.5 Purpose of Organization 49
3.6 Principles of Organization 49
3.7 Departmentation 51
3.8 Types of Organization 53
3.9 Span of Control 58
3.10 Authority, Power and Responsibility 59
3.11 Delegation of Authority 60
3.12 Centralization and Decentralization 61
3.13 Delegation vs Decentralization 62
3.14 Management by Objectives [MBO] 62
3.15 Meaning of Staffing 64
3.16 Nature and Importance of Staffing 65
3.17 Recruitment 65
3.18 Selection 66
Chapter Summary 68
Questions 69
4. DIRECTING AND CONTROLLING 71–93
4.1 Meaning and Nature of Direction 71
4.2 Principles of Directing 72
4.3 Leadership and Leadership Styles 72
4.4 Motivation 75
4.5 Communication 80
4.6 Noise and Feedback in Communication 81
4.7 Importance of Communication 81
4.8 Channels of Communication 82
4.9 Types of Communication 83
4.10 Forms of Communication 83
4.11 Coordination 84
4.12 Coordination and Cooperation 85
4.13 Importance of Coordination 85
4.14 Techniques of Coordination 86
4.15 Managerial Control 87
4.16 Steps in a Control Process 88
Contents // xi
4.17 Essentials of a Sound Control System 89
4.18 Control Methods 91
Chapter Summary 92
Questions 92
5. ENTREPRENEURSHIP 95–113
5.1 Evolution of Concept of Entrepreneur 95
5.2 Concept of Entrepreneur 95
5.3 Characteristics of Entrepreneur 97
5.4 Distinction between Entrepreneur and Manager 98
5.5 Technical Entrepreneur 99
5.6 Charms of Being an Entrepreneur 100
5.7 Functions of an Entrepreneur 101
5.8 Types of Entrepreneur 102
5.9 Intrapreneurs 105
5.10 Ultrapreneurs 105
5.11 Concept of Entrepreneurship 106
5.12 Evolution of Entrepreneurship 107
5.13 Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development 110
5.14 Stages in the Entrepreneurial Process 111
5.15 Barriers to Entrepreneurship 111
Chapter Summary 112
Questions 113
6. SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY 115–142
6.1 Meaning and Definition of Small Scale Industry 115
6.2 Characteristics of SSI 116
6.3 Rationale 117
6.4 Objectives 119
6.5 Scope 119
6.6 Role of SSI in Economic Development 120
6.7 Advantages of Small Scale Industries 121
6.8 Steps to Start an SSI 122
6.9 Government Policy: Industrial Policy Resolutions 129
6.10 Government Support to SSI during Five Year Plan 132
6.11 Impact of Globalization and Liberalization on SSI 134
6.12 Impact of WTO/GATT on SSI 135
6.13 Support 136
6.14 Agencies of Government for SSI 137
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6.15 Nature and Types of Supports 138
6.16 Ancillary, Tiny and Service Industries 141
Chapter Summary 141
Questions 141
7. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 143–154
7.1 National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) 143
7.2 Small Industries Development Organization (SIDO) 144
7.3 Small Industries Service Institutes (SISI) 145
7.4 Small Scale Industries Board (SSIB) 145
7.5 State Small Industries Development Corporations (SSIDC) 145
7.6 District Industries Centers (DIC) 146
7.7 Technical Consultancy Services Organization of 147
Karnataka (TECSOK). 147
7.8 Small Industries Development Bank Of India (SIDBI) 149
7.9 Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board (KIADB) 150
7.10 Karnataka State Financial Corporation (KSFC) 151
Chapter Summary 153
Questions 154
8. PREPARATION OF PROJECT 155–176
8.1 Meaning of Project 155
8.2 Project Classification 156
8.3 Project Identification 157
8.4 Meaning and Significance of Project Report 158
8.5 Contents of a Project Report 159
8.6 Formulation of Project Report 160
8.7 Planning Commission Guidelines 163
8.8 Network Analysis 165
8.9 Common Mistakes by Entrepreneurs in Project Formulation 169
8.10 Project Appraisal: Meaning and Definition 170
8.11 Identification of Opportunity 172
8.12 Project Feasibility Study 173

 

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