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Aaiman Farhin 12 hours ago

It provides information about variety of goods in the market. A good and attractive advertisement can increase the sales of a particular product. It provide variety of choice to the customers.
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Gaurav Seth 2 days, 5 hours ago

Ans : D levels of management

Explanation: Management is a universal term used for certain functions performed by individuals in an enterprise who are bound together in a hierarchy of relationships. Every individual in the hierarchy is responsible for successful completion of a particular task. To be able to fulfill that responsibility he is assigned a certain amount of authority or the right to take a decision. This authority-responsibility relationship binds individuals as superiors and subordinates and gives rise to different levels in an organisation. Generally speaking there are three levels in the hierarchy of an organisation.

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Sakshi Yadav 9 hours ago

Option b extended form of delegation

Sonu Chand 23 hours ago

Because centralization is related with top level and decentralization is related with low and middle management

Sonu Chand 23 hours ago

In think it's C
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Gaurav Seth 2 days, 9 hours ago

Answer : Legal Environment.

It constitutes the laws and legislations passed by the Government, administrative orders, court judgements, decisions of various commissions and agencies. Businessmen have to act according to various legislations and their knowledge is very necessary. Example: Advertisement of Alcoholic products is prohibited and it is compulsory to give statutory warning on advertisement of cigarettes.

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Gaurav Seth 2 days, 9 hours ago

Answer : Declined

Explanation : Loss of budgetary support to the public sector: The central government’s budgetary support for financing the public sector outlays has declined over the years. The public sector undertakings have realised that, in order to survive and grow, they will have to be more efficient and generate their own resources for the purpose.

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Sonu Chand 22 hours ago

.Explain the concept and the objective of financial management.

Sonu Chand 22 hours ago

1.Give the meaning of Investment and financing decisions of financial management

Sonu Chand 22 hours ago

3.What is meant by financial management? State the primary objective of financial management

Sonu Chand 22 hours ago

What is meant by financial management? State the primary objective of financial management

Sonu Chand 22 hours ago

1.Define financial management. Ans. According to Weston and Brighan, ‘Financial management is an area of financial decision-making harmonising individual motives and enterprise’s goals’.
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Yogita Ingle 2 days, 6 hours ago

The process of directing involves guiding, coaching, instructing, motivating, leading the people in an organisation to achieve organisational objectives.

The elements of directing are: (i) Supervision (ii) Motivation (iii) Leadership (iv) Communication.

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Aaiman Farhin 3 days, 6 hours ago

Cooperation not individialism.
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Gaurav Seth 4 days, 4 hours ago

Management is full-fledged profession because Management has systemized and it is based on some principles developed with experimentation. This knowledge is managed and attained by some colleges, institutes. Hence, Professional management is full-fledged profession as it requires systemised knowledge, professional association and code of conduct.

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Gaurav Seth 4 days, 4 hours ago

Management is an inexact science. It deals with the complex human phenomenon about which knowledge is still limited. Management is also defined as an inter-disciplinary science as it draws subject matters from other disciplines.

Gaurav Seth 4 days, 4 hours ago

Management is full-fledged profession because Management has systemized and it is based on some principles developed with experimentation. This knowledge is managed and attained by some colleges, institutes. Hence, Professional management is full-fledged profession as it requires systemised knowledge, professional association and code of conduct.

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Gaurav Seth 4 days, 9 hours ago

 

It is Not true for all the situations. This is because the principles of management are needed for managing the people and their behavior. The conditions and situations would not be similar at all times for identifying the cause and effect relationship

Explanation:

  • The principles of management are used for creating situations that relate between the cause and effect situations which can be used in different situations and cases. The main focus of the cause and effect relationship is to have situations which would be similar for the the kind of effect expected.
  • This is not possible since the managerial situations and environment can be different in some circumstances, so there cannot be the same cause and effect situations in these cases. This is because human behavior are different in situations with people where  they cannot be compared for establishing the cause and effect.
  • The management principles are helpful to the management in creating a better understanding of human behavior also for influencing the behavior of the people. These principles are needed for achieving the goals of the organisation
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Iqbal S.Patel 5 days, 4 hours ago

developing premises

Gaurav Seth 5 days, 5 hours ago

Answer: D developing premises

Developing premises Planning is concerned with future, which is uncertain. Therefore, the manager is required to make certain assumptions about the future and these assumptions are known as premises.

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Yogita Ingle 5 days, 5 hours ago

The cash budget will help you assess whether there are periods during your operations cycle when you might need short-term borrowing. It will also help you assess any long-term borrowing needs. Basically, a cash budget is a planning tool for management decisions.

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Gaurav Seth 5 days, 5 hours ago

False.

Explanation:

Procedures are routine steps on how to carry out activities. They detail the exact manner in which any work is to be performed. They are specified in a chronological order. For example, there may be a procedure for requisitioning supplies before production. Procedures are specified steps to be followed in particular circumstances. They are generally meant for insiders to follow. The sequence of steps or actions to be taken are generally to enforce a policy and to attain pre-determined objectives.

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Aaiman Farhin 5 days, 3 hours ago

Exteranal and internal environment

Iqbal S.Patel 5 days, 4 hours ago

environment

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