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Selling and Marketing Management

Selling and Marketing Management Selling and marketing are two distinguishable separate functions of the organization which have a close relationship. Both the terms connect the organization to its customers through the product and services of the organization and both are necessary parts for the marketing activities of the organization. Every organization has the goal to …

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Leadership and Management Skills

Leadership and Management Skills Managers and leaders are two very different types of people. The difference between managers and leaders lies in the conceptions they hold, deep in their psyches, of chaos and order. Managers want to impose control, provide stability and to solve problems. They instinctively try to resolve problems quickly, sometimes before they …

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Organizational Role Stress and its Impact on Performance

Organizational Role Stress and its Impact on Performance Stress is a complex and dynamic concept. Because of its complex nature there is no agreement on a single definition of stress. Stress is broader in term and to define stress is very difficult. The concept of stress originally derives from the field of psychology. However, it …

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Senior level Managers and their Role in the Organization

Senior level Managers and their Role in the Organization Managers in the organization help the organization to accomplish its objectives. The term ‘levels of management’ stands for the arranged managerial positions in the organization. It refers to a line of demarcation between various managerial positions in the organization. It determines a chain of command, the …

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Lower level Managers and their Role in Organizational Functioning

Lower level Managers and their Role in Organizational Functioning All the organizations are comprised of a large numbers of different managerial tasks. When these are coordinated properly, and there is a strong hierarchal system of management in place, then the organization is extremely efficient in creating value through the production of their products, services and …

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Middle level Managers and their Role in Organizational Performance

Middle level Managers and their Role in Organizational Performance Hierarchy in the organization plays an important role in its effective functioning. The hierarchy in the organization brings multiple levels of management. Since each level of management interacts with other levels, it adds value to other levels both by being thrilled from them and influencing them. …

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Roles of Chief Executive Officer in the Functioning of the Organization

Roles of Chief Executive Officer in the Functioning of the Organization Chief executive officer (CEO) refers to the head of the organization and is the person who presides over or is in-charge of the organization. CEO is the highest ranking executive officer of the organization who has full responsibility for the activities of the organization, …

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Process Safety and its Management

Process Safety and its Management Process safety is a disciplined framework for managing the integrity of operating systems and processes which operates under hazardous conditions and handle hazardous materials. It relies on good design principles, engineering, and operating and maintenance practices. It deals with the prevention and control of undesirable events which have the potential …

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Occupational Health and Importance of a Healthy Workplace

Occupational Health and Importance of a Healthy Workplace Employees of iron and steel plant, despite vast differences in their physical, social, cultural, economic, and religious environments, face virtually the same kinds of workplace occupational health hazards. These hazards are traditionally categorized into four broad types namely (i) chemical, (ii) biological, (iii) physical, and (iv) psycho-social. …

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Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance

Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance Organizational culture comprises the unwritten customs, behaviours and beliefs which determine the ‘rules of the game’ for decision making, structure, and power. It includes a system of ideas and concepts, customs, traditions, procedures and habits for functioning in a specific macro culture. It is implicit, invisible, intrinsic, and …

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