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Impacts and implication of hierarchy of needs theory on human resource management

Impacts & Implication Of Hierarchy Of Needs Theory On HR Management

Impacts and Implication of Hierarchy of Needs theory on Human Resource Management You Should Remember It is important to critically understand that,...
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Traits of Accounting

Recording Transactions of financial character are recorded right after they appear in the books of accounts i.e. either in Journal or...
Linear Programming | Checklist | Structure | Model | Assumptions | Applications

Linear Programming | Checklist | Structure | Model | Assumptions | Applications

Linear Programming | Checklist | Structure | Model | Assumptions | Applications You Should Remember Linear programming is concerned with the optimization...
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Situational & Contingency Theories of Leadership

The most ancient leadership theories tend to concentrate on the traits and behaviours of unique, thriving front runners. Contemporary leadership...
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Marketing Plan: Key Elements & Action Plan

Marketing planning is the foundation for all marketing strategies as well as decisions. Concerns which include product lines, distribution channels,...
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Competitive Advantage Model: Resources & Capabilities; Cost & Differentiation; Value Creation

Since both cost and differentiation advantages summarize the organisation's position in the marketplace, they can indeed be called positional advantages. A...
The balanced scorecard analysis and framework

The Balanced Scorecard | Comprehensive Knowledge | Measures | Perspectives

Kaplan/ Norton underline that the BSC is adaptive for private and profit-orientated as well as for public and non-profit organisations. The...

Job Design | Key Motives | Characteristics of Jobs and People | HR

Job design fundamentally involves the duty of goals and responsibilities to be completed by employees. Managers in many cases may wilfully...
Capital budgeting- definitions, processes, stages and implications

Capital Budgeting | Definitions | Features | Process | FIVE Stages

Capital Budgeting | Definitions | Features | Process | FIVE Stages Capital budgeting is typically a multi-facet activity involving the pursuit...
Frederick Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory of Motivation | Motivation-Hygiene

Herzberg’s TWO- Factor Theory of Motivation | Hygiene | Satisfier

Frederick Herzberg ’s Two-Factor Theory of Motivation | Motivation-Hygiene You Should Remember Herzberg developed the two-factor theory of motivation from an outline...
swot-framework INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL

SWOT Analysis Framework: Internal & External Scan

SWOT study is known as a key component in strategic planning. The SWOT analysis gives information and facts which can be...

Five Forces Model: Summary, Significance & Framework

Since early 1980’s, the majority of market trends analysts have been using the Five Forces Model to be able to...
Six Sigma Project and Quality Management | DMAIC | DMADV | Structure | Phases

Six Sigma Project and Quality Management | DMAIC | DMADV | DFSS | Phases

Six Sigma Project and Quality Management | DMAIC | DMADV | Structure | Phases   You Should Remember Six Sigma‘s primary quality is to ensure...
entrepreneurship-approaches

Entrepreneurship: Definitions & Approaches

The definition of the entrepreneur is one of the most essential as well as challenging aspects of the concept. There...