Organizational Behavior Concept
Organisational Behaviour is concerned with that aspect of human behavior which is relevant for organizational performance. It studies human behavior at individual level,...
Kaizen is a system of continuous improvement in quality, technology, processes, company culture, productivity, safety and leadership. The concept of kaizen was born in Japan following World War II. The word Kaizen means “ Continuous improvement’. It comes from a Japanese word (Kai), which means “change” or “to correct” and (zen) means “good”.
Site Analysis/Location Analysis
Location analysis is a dynamic process where organizations analyze and compare the appropriateness of alternative sites with the aim of selecting the best site. The need for the selection of the location may arise under any of the following conditions:
1. When the business in newly started
Site selection is the basic activity, wherever...
Plant Location/Facility Location
Facility location is also called plant location. Plant location is the choice of region and the selection of a particular site for setting up a plant. Facility location is a critical strategic decision. Location activity has been very high in recent decades as a result of technology improvements, economic growth, international expansion...
Impact of Information Technology
Production and Operation Management
In last few years, technology has changed the way organization conduct their business. Advent of technology in operation management has increased productivity of the organization. The scope of technology has evolved over a period of time and has moved from development of products into design,...
A labour market is the place where workers and employees interact with each other. In the labour market, employers compete to hire the best, and the workers compete for the best satisfying job. In a labour market, services of human labour are bought and sold like other commodities. But there is a vast difference between labour market and commodity market....
Queuing Decision Theory
Queuing theory was developed in the early 1900s by A.K. Erlang to study fluctuating demands in telephone traffic. After World War II, Erlang’s work was extended to general business applications, and today it is used extensively in both materials and customer processing operations.
Features of Queuing System
1. Length of the Queue
Levels of Teaching
In the formal classroom setting the task of teaching carried out by the teacher along with his pupils, according to Biggie (1967), can be performed at various levels ranging from the least thoughtful to the most thoughtful behavior or mode of action. Many psychologists and educationalists have identified following three levels of teaching:
Factors affecting Teaching
Related to: Teacher, Learner, Support material, Instructional facilities, Learning environment and Institution.
If the learner stands on one end of the ongoing teaching-learning process as one of the pole then teacher act as the other pole for the desired flow of the teaching learning activities in classroom. Hence, teacher...
Individual difference is a universal phenomenon. It is said that no two individuals are exactly alike.They differ from each other in some way or the other. Such a similarity or difference between persons reveals individual differences.
According to Drever James
Individual Differences are variations or deviations from the average...
Characteristics of Adolescent and Adult Learners (Academic, Social, Emotional and Cognitive)
Characteristics of Adolescent Learner
The young adolescent is going through a period of significant physical, emotional, intellectual, moral and social changes. Since the nature of these changes is at times intense and varied, they need to be recognized and examined...