|(i) Rs. 15 per shirt to every worker who is able to produce the standard output of 8 shirts or more, per day.|
|(ii) Rs. 12 per shirt to every worker who is not able to produce the standard output.|
|Calculate the wages payable to Satish, who produced 11 shirts.|
question_answer4) Reet, Preet and Geet decided to set-up a paper manufacturing unit, dividing its operations in three regional zones, each managed and controlled by one of them. Suggest the type of organisation structure suitable for them.View Answer play_arrow
|(iii) Invaluable Milk Yano|
question_answer13) Organisation is the harmonious adjustment of specialised parts for the accomplishment of some common purpose or desired goals. In the light of this statement, explain any three points of importance of organising.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer14) MRTU Groups of Hotels, an abroad based company, decided to establish a chain of new hotels in India, only after a careful study of the business industry. They felt that tourism industry was the biggest industry in the world. Its future is particularly bright in India and gives certain social advantages too. This will help in giving employment and generating revenue in the country. Identify and explain the components of business environment reflected in this case.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer15) A company comprised of competing divisions, allows its top management to frame policies or sound strategic thinking on various aspects like allocation of resources, funds, etc. In the light of the above statement, state the disadvantages of divisional structure.View Answer play_arrow
|(i) What action should be taken against such practices?|
|(ii) Which values are violated here?|
question_answer18) In an organisation, employees are selected and trained scientifically. The managers take great care that they are chosen after following a proper process of selection. Recruitment is also done using large number of external sources such as campus recruitment, placement agencies, web publishing, casual callers and advertisement. Thus, the company employs a competent and an effective workforce. However, the employees do not have the right to give suggestion about any matter of the organisation. Which principle of management is violated? Write any three adverse effects of such violation of management principle.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer19) Two years ago, Mayank obtained degree in food technology. For some time, he worked in a company manufacturing bread and biscuits. He was not happy in the company and decided to have his own bread and biscuits manufacturing unit. For this, he decided the objectives and the targets and formulated action plan to achieve the same. One of his objective was to earn 50% profit on the amount invested in the first year. It was decided that raw materials like flour, sugar, salt, etc will be purchased on two months? credit. He also decided to follow the steps required for marketing the products through his own outlets. He appointed Harsh as a production Manager who decided the exact manner in which the production activities are to be carried out, harsh also prepared a statement showing the requirement of workers in the factory throughout the year. Mayank informed Harsh about his sales target, for different products, areawise for the Forth coming quarter. While working on the production table, a penalty of Rs. 150 per day was announced for not wearing the helmet, gloves and apron by the workers. Quoting lines from the above para, identify and explain the different type of plans discussed.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer20) You are an HR in TRIMX Ltd. You have recruited 20 candidates the post of senior executive without conducting the written test due to which the working of a company suffers as unprofessionals are hired for senior positions.
|(i) In context to this||explain the importance of conducting test during selection process.|
question_answer22) Murfi Ltd is a large manufacturing unit. Recently, the company has conducted the ?time? and ?motion? studies and concluded that on an average, a worker could produce 80 units per day. However, it has been noticed that average daily production of a worker is in range of 50-60 units. Which function of management is needed to ensure that the actual performance is in accordance with the performance as per ?time? and ?motion? studies? State four features of this function of management.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer23) Mr Samar is the Chairman of a leading insurance company. In a review meeting. The management of the company reason for this loss was attributed to the lack of leadership qualities in managers at regional and district levels. Mr Samar asked the Sales Director to instruct these managers to change their leadership styles or else be ready for consequences.
|(i) Give the importance of leadership for an organization.|
|(ii) Briefly discuss the various leadership styles.|
|(iii) Leadership is an important component styles.|
|(i) Marketing research|
|(ii) Product designing and development|
|(iv) Standardisation and grading|
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