Posted on Feb 22 2019 - 2:37pm by admin
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Potential assessment Generally, people earn promotions on the basis of their past performance. The past performance is considered a good indicator of future job success. This could be true if the roles to be played by the promotes are similar. However, in actual practice, the roles that a job holder has played in the past may not be the same if he assumes a different...

Posted on Feb 21 2019 - 3:59pm by admin
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Exit Policy and Implications The term ‘exit’ means the right of an industrial unit to close down. Exit policy means the policy regarding the retrenchment of the surplus labour force resulting from restructuring of industrial units and workers displaced by the closure of sick units. Exit may become necessary due to strategic reasons, financial constraints and environmental...

With the release of latest android pie numerous new features has been added like new gesture navigation, device care setting and new UI to list a few, but with all these new features comes down side. Google has blocked, or I would say, made the the call recording feature hard to use. With many devices getting android updates, they are loosing the major feature of...

Posted on Jun 8 2018 - 1:38pm by admin
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Organizational Effectiveness There are various terms that are often used to denote organizational effectiveness such as efficiency, productivity, profitability and organizational growth. It is the concept of how effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes the organization intends to produce.  According to Barnard Organizational effectiveness is the degree...

Posted on Jun 7 2018 - 9:49pm by admin
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Organizational  development Meaning Organizational Development is an organization improvement strategy. The term Organizational Development refers to a broad range of behavioural science based strategies used to diagnose the need for change in organizations and to implement changes when necessary. OD is used to encompass a collection of planned change interventions....

Posted on Jun 7 2018 - 2:14pm by admin
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Organisational Growth A very useful model of organizational growth was developed by Greiner. He argues that growing organization move through five relatively calm periods of evolution, each of which ends with a period of crisis and revolution. According to Greiner, ‘each revolutionary period is characterized by the dominant management style used to achieve growth,...

Posted on Jun 7 2018 - 12:51pm by admin
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Organizational Change More and more organizations today face a dynamic and changing environment. So the organization is required to adapt this change . “Change or die” is the rallying cry among today’s managers worldwide. Therefore, in this dynamic society surrounding today’s organizations, the question before the managers is not whether change will take place...

Posted on Jun 2 2018 - 11:12am by admin
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Sensitivity Training Sensitivity training also known as T-group approach  (T stands for training), laboratory training or encounter group. It evolved from group dynamics concept of Kurt Lewin. The first sensitivity training session was held in 1946 in State Teachers College, New Britain, USA. Since then it spread to numerous training centers in the USA and other...

Posted on May 26 2018 - 10:42pm by admin
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Nipah Virus- Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Nipah virus is an RNA virus that is part of the Paramyxovidae family that was first identified as a zoonotic pathogen after an outbreak involving severe respiratory illness in pigs and encephalitic disease in humans in Malaysia and Singapore in 1998 and 1999. Nipah virus can be transmitted to humans from animals (bats,...

Posted on May 18 2018 - 7:12pm by admin
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Leadership Styles Leadership is practiced by leadership style. James Stoner defines leadership style as “ Styles are the various patterns of behavior favoured by leaders during the process of directing and influencing workers.” Thus leadership style is a specific way, method or pattern of a leader to lead followers. It represents leader’s philosophy, skills...