Management Essays

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  • Knowledge Management In Library Management

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    of Organization. So without knowledge management can 't to be developed or progressed in any Organization even Libraries also. This article is an analysis of the concepts of and implication of Knowledge Management in Library and Information Science professionals. Its aims to identify and analyze the requirements of different skills and Competencies for Library professional involved in Knowledge Management practice are discussed. Keywords: Knowledge Management / ICT / Information Technology / Library

  • Stakeholder Management In Project Management

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    Stakeholder management is a broad and a universal management concept, however for the purpose of the proposed study the focus will be its location within the project management aspect of the management function. There is a general consensus among numerous researchers that there is a general lack of knowledge for project managers on how to manage stakeholders, particular external stakeholders (Olander, 2003: 19). There has been a concerted effort by the same scholars to research stakeholder management methods

  • Resource Management In Project Management

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    RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION Resource management means, it is the efficient and effective way of deployment and allocation of an organization’s resources when and where they are needed. The resources that include in resource management are financial resources, inventory, human skills, production resources, or information technology. Resource management also includes planning, allocating and scheduling of resources to tasks, which also include manpower, different

  • Management Philosophy: Lean Management

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    Lean Management is a Management Philosophy, sometimes referred to as a Lean System, as Lean Manufacturing or as a Lean Enterprise. The Author will use the term “Lean” to refer to the Lean Management Philosophy encapsulating all of the above terms. The concept of Lean was first introduced by Toyota in the 1950’s (Mi Dahlgaard‐Park et al. 2006). The term “Lean” came later, when in 1990 the first edition of the famous “Lean Production” book was released (Roos et al. 2014). The word Lean was used, as

  • The Philosophy Of Management: Management By Objectives

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    1. Introduction “Management by Objectives” (MBO) as a philosophy of management was first introduced by Peter F. Drucker in his book “The Practice of Management” in 1954. The philosophy of management by objectives comprises three building blocks: formulation of objectives, process of execution, and mechanism of performance measurement and feedback. MBO is a process in which members of complex organizations, working in conjunction with one another, identify common goals and coordinate their efforts

  • Risk Management In Event Management

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    the organisation as the tool for marketing communication. Event management area is something that has inter disciplinary task field, addressing the most diverse field of practice and research establishments. As careful precise execution and preliminary planning are very essential for the events, the modelling languages can play a great role in contributing greatly with the systematic design for event management systems. Event management involves the process of co-ordinating and planning the event as

  • Risk Management In Emergency Management

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    Emergency Management Disaster could happen at anytime and anywhere. As mentioned in previous part of this module, disaster can be classified into two categories which are natural disaster and people-caused disaster. The examples of natural disaster include earthquake, tsunami, floods, and epidemic. On the other hand, people-caused disaster consists of terrorism, fires, sabotage and accident. Recently, natural disaster and technological-caused disaster bring about significant losses (Nirupama &

  • Solid Waste Management: The Management Of Solid Waste Management

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    WASTE MANAGEMENT The management of solid waste has proven to be a discouraging task for many towns and cities in developing countries. This is evidenced by the huge number of uncontrolled dumps, gutters choked with junk to a variety of degrees and the irregular collection of waste among many others. These has come a problem in financial, technical (this has to with the equipments used) and institutional. This affect the amount of solid waste collected and managed and how well the management practice

  • Management: Explain The Importance Of Management

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    1. Explain the concept of Management. Discuss the importance of Management. Concept of Management: Management is the process of getting activities completed efficiently and effectively with and through other people. The detailed process or a sequence of interdependent and linked procedures that enable creating some output collectively with the concept is defined as the management process. Importance of Management: Management is the art of getting things done through and with people in formally

  • Risk Management In Supply Chain Management

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    Supply Chain management concept is an integral part in the procurement of goods and services in the public and private. The government has introduced this mechanism to ensure value for money and high level of service delivery through public institutions. According to the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (2018), supply chain management “encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities.