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Leadership & Management: Key Differences

It is crucial to know the difference between leadership and management, because both versions are regarded as extremely essential. Leadership and...
marketing-definition-and-justification

Marketing: Definition & Justification

Marketing is a constant course of action of finding and converting consumer requirements into products and solutions, generating demand for...
Significance, motives and processes of Operations Management

Processes Of Operations Management | Significance | Motives | Inputs | Outputs

Significance, Motives and Processes Of Operations Management | Inputs | Outputs You Should Remember There are three core stages in Operations and all...

Effective People Management | Motivation | Job Design | Reward Systems

When people are given greater rewards than what they deserve, at first their performance progresses, but then they start reasoning...
management implications of theory y

Management Implications of Theory Y | Motivation | Leadership

In strong contrast to Theory X are the assumptions of Theory Y. These are that: Theory X and Theory Y |...
Core steps in accounting cycle

Core Steps in Accounting Cycle | During & End of Accounting Period

You Should Remember The key objective of the Accounting Cycle process is to collecting the required material that includes information, facts...

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...
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Behavioural Theories of Leadership

The most ancient leadership theories tend to concentrate on the traits and behaviours of unique, thriving front runners. Contemporary leadership...
Fundamental Assumptions, Principles, and Conventions- Financial Accounting Concepts

Fundamental Financial Accounting Assumptions, Principles & Conventions

You Should Remember Accounting assumptions are those wide-ranging concepts that emphasize commonly agreed accounting principles. These assumptions are rubrics of game...
McGregor Theory X and Theory Leadership and motivation theory

Theory X and Theory Y | McGregor and Leadership | Motivation | HR

McGregor’s assumptions were that there were two contrasting sets of assumptions about people underlying managerial attitudes and behaviour. Douglas McGregor (196O),...

The Diffusion of Innovation | Product Adoption | Decision-Making & Influencing Factors

The process of diffusion begins as soon as early adopters influence their reference group members as well as other associates....
strategic reward system approaches, policies, aims and practices

Strategic Reward System | Aims | Approaches | Policies | Practices

Reward system is not simply about pay and benefits. It is similarly concerned with non-financial rewards such as gratitude, learning...
Asset Turnover Ratios- Receivables, Inventory, Total Asset and Fixed Asset

Asset Turnover Ratios | Receivables | Inventory | Total Asset | Fixed Asset

Asset Turnover Ratios | Receivables Turnover | Inventory Turnover | Total Asset Turnover | Fixed Asset Turnover You Should Remember Asset activity ratios or Asset...
limitations of mc gregor theory x and theory y

Challenges and Limitations of Theory X and Theory Y | Motivation

  Modern revisions including “contingency theorists” argue that Theory Y is not essentially a progressive alternative to a dull Theory X. Theory...