Management has been described as a social process involving responsibility for economical and effective planning and regulation of operation of an enterprise in the fulfillment of given purposes. It consists of various elements and activities which are different from operative functions like marketing, finance, purchase etc. These activities are common to each and every manger irrespective of his level or status.
The book is about Real Estate development for commercial gain. It introduces the main subjects in Real Estate Development: Town and Regional Planning, Development environment and markets, Development economics, Packaging of developments, Professional team, Marketing, Funding, Construction management, Asset management and Appraisal of developments. The book gives an account of key indicators for successful developments and how to complete developments successfully. Great emphasis is made in developing for profit and ensuring that the development process creates value that can be realised in positive returns from selling the development. An internationl perspective is given in the book to ensure that the principles are adaptable to most developed and developing countries.
This work is a collection of variation usually observed by clinicians from different dental specialities for treating facial asymmetries. It has been completed by Dr. Rishi Raj Singh, Sr. Lect., Lenora Institute Of Dental Sciences, Rajahmundri, AP, India. Efforts are made to present more of clinical perspective which is usually difficult to understand and achieve while treating a patient. With increasing awareness the incidences of facial asymmetries are also increasing making it more challenging for the clinicians to treat them. And in this era where time is valuable everyone wants fast diagnosis, treatment planning and even a failure proof management. Everyone wants to have the magic wand.
Hosmer’s fourth edition of The Ethics of Management provides business students (future managers) with a very specific analytical process for understanding and resolving moral problems in management. A manager needs insight and understanding in a global economy to convince everyone involved, given his or her varied religious, cultural, economic and social backgrounds, to accept a proposed moral solution. Acceptance of managerial moral solutions, over time, brings trust, commitment and effort, and those three, also over time, are essential for organizational success.
PART I The 21st Century Organization Management Challenges PART II Japanese Vernacular for Organization Excellence™ PART III Adopt the ''Six-S Campaign''for Workplace Quality™ PART IV Learn to See Organization Wastes ''Muda'' in Operational Activities PART V Adopt the ''Eight Pillars'' for Zero-Thinking- Initiative™ PART VI Consumption is the Crisis Not Products or Services PART VII Quest for Organization Prosperity and Sustainability™ PART VIII Pursuit of Envirolean™ Strategy with Green-Thinking™ PART IX Ten Continuous Improvements ''Kaizen'' Rules for Everyone™ PART X Ten Rules ''Hoshin'' for Reversing Infertile Meetings and Conferences PART XI How to Launching the ''Japanese Way Initiative''™ for your Organization Quality Improvement and Excellence
This book is related to management principles and practice including various key factors for managing new projects for pharmaceutical industry. From this book everyone may understand the requirement for smooth projects management for new product development in pharmaceutical industry. Various steps which are required to drive project in smooth manner. The information of this book is useful to those who wants to understand the technical and also commercial aspects for a new project development. Key factors are related to indian pharmaceutical industry and various management skill which are important for good management practice.This book includes various sequence of task and the outcome from the completion of each task, which is essential to drive a new project in smooth manner.Some technical information and sum facts related to pharmaceutical industrial scenario across the world.
Perception of Wetlands benefits has been noted to be one of the major foundations upon which successful implementation of any sustainable management plans for these Wetlands relies on. This becomes essential as the immediate Wetland community dwellers need to be involved in the design and implementation of these plans so as to achieve greater efficiency , effectiveness and equity. This book thus delves into the perception of different types of benefits (values)by the immediate Wetland dwellers in Southwest Nigeria. Also, it brings to light factors that motivate people to participate as well as pay for sustainable management of Wetlands. This is an invaluable resource and a must read for students, policy makers, environmental scientists and everyone interested in the care and sustainable use of the environment.
The fast developing conference and exhibition market is becoming a basis platform for the current interregional and international business and economy development. Nowadays, communication is an essential aspect of the event management, as it determines the successful achievement of the project goals. Well planned communications strategy facilitates the management process, increases event visibility and attracts customers. This book provides an example of the most important phases of the communications strategy drawn for the project event: professionally organised international exhibition in Mexico dedicated to space applications. In order to explore the possibilities and opportunities for the project promotion, the strategy is based on analysis of the external and internal environment, competition and target audience, and in the conclusion final recommendations on tools and channels are presented. This publication should be useful for the exhibition companies, event management teams, promotion and communication departments, sales managers and everyone involved in the event management business.
The Quantum World – Quantum Physics for Everyone (OIP)
Today, the workplace demands a lot. While the rewards may be higher, there is the stress too. An inability to relax or take a break can result in burnout. Not everyone experiences stress as severely as the clinic's patients, but many people are suffering from stress without even realizing it. However, occupational stress has become an important for harmful psychological and physiological effect on employees as stress is the major cause of employee turnover and absenteeism. Many employers around the globe may feel that a stress audit is a waste of time or money, but in fact the opposite is the case. Stress costs European employers up to 10% of Gross National Product (GNP) in terms of lost productivity and insurance claims. The study finds that almost half of the junior and senior level bank employees are experiencing moderate level of occupational stress. The study recommends that moderate level stress is helpful to increase employees' productivity and a culture of openness and understanding, rather than of criticism, is essential.