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Types of Conflict

Some of the types of conflict are: 1. Community Conflict 2. Diplomatic Conflict 3. Economic Conflict 4. Emotional Conflict 5. Environmental Resources Conflict  6. External Conflict 7. Group Conflict 8. Ideological Conflict 9. International Conflict 10. Interpersonal Conflict 11. Inter-Societal Conflict 12. Intellectual Conflict 13. Intrastate Conflict 14. Intrapersonal Conflict 15. Organizational and Workplace Conflict 16. Intra-Societal Conflict 17. Military [...]

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Management Information System

Management Information System (MIS) is a system by which information is collect­ed, processed and presented to management with a view to improve the quality of decisions. The emphasis of MIS is on information for decision-making. Though MIS was originally developed for large businesses, it has application in all types of organisations. Management Information System (MIS) is a system of communication [...]

By |2020-07-01T13:04:38+00:00July 1, 2020|Management Information System|Comments Off on Management Information System

Organisational Behaviour

Organisational Behaviour: Models, Definitions, Scope, Importance, Nature and Concept Organisational Behaviour provides a roadmap to the lives of people of the organisation. It helps the managers understand hopes, dreams, fears, frustrations of employees, take the decisions and make the policies accordingly. OB helps an individual understand himself and others better which helps in improving interpersonal and group relations. On the [...]

By |2020-05-16T17:19:04+00:00May 16, 2020|Organisational Behaviour|Comments Off on Organisational Behaviour


Organisation is a mechanism or structure which helps the activities to be performed effectively. The organisation is established for the purpose of achieving the business objectives. The business objectives may differ from one business to another. Whatever may be the business objectives, there is a need of an organisation.The word 'Organisation' is derived from the word 'Organism' which means an [...]

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Job Design

Job design is a process that integrates work contents (tasks, functions, relationship) the rewards (extrinsic and intrinsic) and the qualification required (skill, knowledge, abilities) for each job in a way that meets the needs of employees and organizations. Job design can be described as a deliberate attempt to structure the technical aspects of work and it encompasses the organising components [...]

By |2020-05-06T14:36:53+00:00May 6, 2020|Job Design|Comments Off on Job Design

How to Minimise Employee Absenteeism?

Everything you need to know about the measures adopted to minimise employee absenteeism. Absenteeism is a serious problem which affects both organizations and employees. While organizations have to bear extra costs, employees have to suffer in the form of lower earnings because of absenteeism. From the national point of view, absenteeism is a negative factor because it affects national output [...]

By |2020-02-03T09:07:17+00:00February 3, 2020|Human Resource Management|Comments Off on How to Minimise Employee Absenteeism?

Executive Development

Michael J. Jucius, "Executive development is the programme by which executive capacities to achieve desired objectives are increased." Executives play a vital role for growth and development of an organization. They are entrusted with various important functions of the organization i.e., production, finance, marketing, human resources management and research and development. In fact, every functional department of an organization has [...]

By |2020-01-09T15:41:10+00:00January 9, 2020|Human Resource Management|Comments Off on Executive Development

Features of Collective Bargaining

Salient Features or Characteristics of Collective Bargaining as stressed by eminent authors are:- 1. Collective 2. Strength 3. Flexible 4. Voluntary 5. Continue 6. Dynamic 7. Power Relationship 8. Representation. 9. Bipartite Process 10. Complex 11. Two Party Process 12. Group action 13. Continuous process 14. Industrial democracy at work 15. Not a competitive process 16. An Art. Features, Nature [...]

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Employee Discipline

Everything you need to know about employee discipline. Discipline is the backbone of any organisation. Employee discipline helps achieve desired goals/objectives. It includes putting things in order ensures conforming to rules and regulations, facilitates control and coordination, counters chaos, confusions and disorder. According to Dr. Spreigel "Discipline is the force that prompts an individual or group to observe rules, regulations [...]

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Formal and Informal Organisation

Everything you need to know about formal and informal organisation. Formal organization refers to the organisational structure designed by the management to achieve organisational goals in which the responsibilities, authority and mutual relationships among all the employees working in an enterprise are clearly defined. Informal organization arises spontaneously as a result of personal and social relations among the employ­ees in [...]

By |2019-10-19T08:50:55+00:00October 19, 2019|Organisation|Comments Off on Formal and Informal Organisation
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