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Anshul Pandey 10 hours ago

Yes case study is very important, u can search it on Google a lots of websites are there to help u Thank you Anshul
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Gaurav Seth 22 hours ago

<th>BASIS FOR COMPARISON</th> <th>FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE</th> <th>DIVISIONAL STRUCTURE</th>
Meaning Functional Structure is one in which the reporting relationships of the organization are bifurcated according to their functional area. An organizational structure wherein the organizational functions are classified into divisions as per product or service lines , market, is called Divisional Structure.
Basis Functional areas Specialized divisions
Responsibility Difficult to fix responsibility on a particular department. Easy to fix responsibility for performance.
Autonomy of decisions Managers do not have autonomy of decisions. Managers have autonomy of decisions.
Cost Economical, as the functions are not repeated. Expensive as it involves repeatation of resources.
Appropriate for Small and simple organizations. Large and dynamic organizations.
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Lovely Dhawan 1 day, 10 hours ago

In coordination...its importance is must

Preet Kaur 1 day, 16 hours ago

Characteristic of management, functions of management, coordination, levels of management, importance
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Sia 🤖 3 days, 17 hours ago

You can check the marking scheme here : https://mycbseguide.com/cbse-syllabus.html

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Lovely Dhawan 1 day, 10 hours ago

Rk singla

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Srishti Tuli 4 days, 10 hours ago

there are certain words in paragraphs you read and u need to focus on those words because only these words come in exams so that way u can solve case studies easily

Rimmi Raj 4 days, 14 hours ago

After reading every topic do the case study related to that topic
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Sia 🤖 6 days, 16 hours ago

Business ethics can be defined as the code of conduct that a business must follow, such that it takes up only those activities that are desirable from the viewpoint of society. The purpose of business ethics is to guide managers and other employees in an organisation in performing their jobs in a manner that is socially acceptable.

In other words, business ethics is the study of appropriate business policies and practices regarding potentially controversial subjects including corporate governance, insider trading, bribery, discrimination, corporate social responsibility, and fiduciary responsibilities. 

For example, Company XYZ sells cereals with all-natural ingredients. The marketing department wants to use the all-natural ingredients as a selling point, but it must temper enthusiasm for the product versus the laws that govern labelling practices.

Business ethics should be followed in the day-to-day working of a business enterprise. The following are some of the elements of business ethics.

  1. Commitment by top management: Top-level officers, such as the CEO's and other higher-level managers, must sincerely follow the ethical code of conduct. They should also guide other employees in their organisation in adopting the code.
  2. Publication of a 'code': An enterprise must clearly define the ethical code of conduct to be followed in the organisation. The code should include quality standards for work, laws governing production and employee's health and safety standards.
  3. Establishment of compliance mechanism: In addition to setting performance standards, an enterprise must also devise a mechanism through which it can measure the actions of individual employees. 
  4. Involvement of employees at all levels: The successful implementation of ethical standards depends to a large extent on the involvement of employees at different levels. This is because it is the employees who actually implement ethical codes.
  5. Measurement of results: Although it is difficult to measure the end results of the implementation of ethical standards, the top management should take steps to monitor compliance. 
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Anshu Sehrawat 3 days, 1 hour ago

According to me at first we should read the question then we should read the given paragraph it helps to find the anwer easily and save our time.

Miss Mor 1 week ago

Through this u can know what u have to find in the case study...it helps and reduces time

Miss Mor 1 week ago

Read the question given below the case study firstly then go through the case study. For eg.ABC is a company...... .. Identify the principles of management in the para given above.
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Miss Mor 1 week ago

Principle of order says that the right person should be on right post and right thing on right place.while unity of command says that one employee should receive order from one and only one superior.
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Yogita Ingle 1 week, 1 day ago

The responsibility of an inspector is to make sure that the workers meet the desired standards of quality in the output produced by them. Quality standards are supervised by him/her in the functional foremanship, and he/she provides performance feedback and suggestions to the workers.

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Vishal Yadav 1 week ago

Poonam Gandhi

Himanshu Jha 1 week, 1 day ago

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Jyotsana Singh 1 week, 1 day ago

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Aayushi Narang 1 week, 2 days ago

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Gaurav Seth 1 week, 3 days ago

Management creates dynamic organisationas an organisation interacts with external environment comprising of forces such as social, political and economic. Changes in these external forces affect the functioning of the organisation. Management helps an organization to adapt to the changing environment.

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