Principles Of Management

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B.B.A II books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789383750016
Author: Anamika Ghosh, Pushkar Aurangabadkar
Number of Pages 207
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Principles Of Management by Anamika Ghosh, Pushkar Aurangabadkar
Book Summary:

According to Peter Drucker, “Management is what the modern world is all about.” This statement indirectly discusses the role, significance and gravity of importance of management in today’s dynamic industrial segments as well as in the constantly developing international economy. It is understood that efficient management is an integral part of success for any organisation which may belong to any sector, any segment or any class of the economy. This makes it essential for commerce students to study the concepts, principles and functions of management with a reference to the dynamics of today’s industrial segment. The field of commerce is very closely related to the management of a business entity.

The content of the book has been strictly designed to meet the specific guidelines of the new revised syllabus of the BBA Semester II course. The initial chapters of this book will discuss the concepts, importance, evolution and functions of management in different organisations while the last chapter discusses the enhancing dynamics of management in different sectors.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for BBA students.
Table of Contents:

1. Nature of Management

2. Evolution of Management Thoughts

3. Functions of Management (Part I)

4. Functions of Management (Part II)

5. Recent Trends in Management

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