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Types of Workplace Communication

Types of Workplace Communication Communication is the process of sharing ideas, information, and messages with others in a particular time and place. It can be defined as the process of transmitting information and common understanding from one entity to another. The essence of communication is that it is a process or an activity which serves …

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Role of Technological Discipline in Process Performance

Role of Technological Discipline in Process Performance A steel plant consists of a large number of processes. The steel plant organization is required to attain certain levels of productivity, safety and quality in the processes for achieving overall organizational performance level which can cause employees, investors, customers and other stake holder a sense of pride …

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Role of Workplace Environment in Influencing Employee Productivity

Role of Workplace Environment in Influencing Employee Productivity Workplace is an arranged area which is provided by the organization to its employees for carrying out their work. This arranged area can be described as the layout of a work space which suits the nature of the job or task which is to be performed. It …

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Role of Training and Development in Employee and Organizational Performance

Role of Training and Development in Employee and Organizational Performance The accomplishments or issues experienced by an organization are highly dependent to the performance of its employees. Also, changing technology needs that the employees possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to cope with new processes and production techniques. Hence, it is important for the …

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Role of Line Managers in Organizational functioning

Role of Line Managers in Organizational functioning The term ‘line-manager’ normally refers to organizational employees in the lower layers of the management hierarchy (for example, team leader, supervisor roles). The term of line manager traditionally stands for the position representing the first level of the management to whom non-managerial employees report. Line managers are known …

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Importance of Decision making for Organizational Functioning

Importance of Decision making for Organizational Functioning Organizations with different structures and functioning in different environments are to be managed. The maximum activity of the management is to make numerous decisions which can be either simple or complex in nature and can have a high or a low impact. Decisions of all types and sizes …

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Role of Control in the Functioning of Organization

Role of Control in the Functioning of Organization In the olden days, the most important control in the organization used to be the accounting related control. In the present day environment, control is a broader concept than the cost accounting. The present day organization interacts and communicates with a wide range of different stakeholders. For …

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Role of Ethics in Organizational Functioning

Role of Ethics in Organizational Functioning An organization is generally defined as a group, in number from two people to tens of thousands of people, who intentionally aims to accomplish a shared common goal or a set of goals. In order to achieve shared goals, the organization acts as a system composed of (i) inputs …

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Marketing Concepts and Comparison with Selling Concepts

Marketing Concepts and Comparison with Selling Concepts Marketing constitutes one of the important functions of an organization. Along with production, finance and accounting, human resource management, research and development, purchase and stores, and numerous other functions, marketing contributes to the ability of the organization to succeed. The marketing concepts hold that the key for the …

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Role of Safety and its Importance in a Steel Organization

Role of Safety and its Importance in a Steel Organization The steel organization operates steel plant which is a large and technologically complex heavy industrial complex and which has strong internal as well as external forward and backward linkages in terms of material flows. Due to the presence of a large number of hazards, the …

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