Five-force model for external
analysis by M.Porter
Chapter 8 revision
SM process (6 steps)
Chapter 3&5 Revision
The organizational culture is a system of
shared meaning held by members that
distinguishes the organization from other
Environmental uncertainty can be divided
into two dimensions: degree of tr
Because magic is now an extinct science.
1. The importance of HRM
2. HRM Process
3. Human Resource Planning
4. Current issues in HRM
The Importance of HRM
A significant source
Fiedlers contingency model of leadership
style proposed that effectiveness depends
on the ability and willingness of the
The least-preferred coworker questionnaire
measures whether a person is task o
Introduction to Management
What is an organization?
Who are managers?
What is management?
What do managers do?
Why study management?
What Is An Organization?
Characteristics of Organ
What is planning?
4 purposes of planning?
Relationship between planning and performance
4 types of goals
8 types of plans classified into 4 categories
2 ways of establishing goals, 5 steps in goal setting
Contingencies in developin
Chapter 6 revision
A discrepancy between an existing and a
desired state of affairs is an opportunity.
It is possible that at the end of the
decision-making process you may be
required to start the decision process over
Chapter 1 Review
1. Whereas effectiveness is concerned with
the means of getting things done,
efficiency is concerned with the ends, or
the attainment of organizational goals.
2. Directing and motivating are part of the
If a manager clearly and articulately
verbalizes instructions to a subordinate,
communication can be said to have taken
Downward communication is
communication that cuts across both work
areas and organizational levels.
Demand & Supply
Mankiw, Chap. 4
Understand the concepts of the Market, Market
Forces and the Price Mechanism.
Explain the laws of demand & and supply
Analyze differences between movements along a
Price elasticity of demand
The relationships between elasticity and
Income elasticity of demand
Price elasticity of supply
Applications of elasticity
Elasticity . . .
is a measur
How the allocation of resources affects
Consumers, Producers, and
the Efficiency of Markets
Willingness to pay
Maximum amount that a buyer will pay for a
More Than a Good Story
Jake and Rocket a cartoon guy and his cartoon dog, can be found on most of
the apparel and other branded products sold by the Life is Good Company. With his
perky beret (or other appropriate head gear), Jake has
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borrow a convenient phrase from the theatre of today and class
them together as Shakespeare's problem plays." The term,
much debated and sometimes applied to other plays, remains in
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combined the two throughout his career, with Romeo and
Juliet perhaps the best example of the mixing of the styles. By
the time of Romeo and Juliet, Richard II, and A Midsummer
Night's Dream in the mid-1590s, Shakespeare had begun to write
a more nat
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of the time, he dramatised stories
, and Charles Dickens. The American novelist Herman Melville's
soliloquies owe much to Shakespeare; his Captain Ahab in MobyDick is a classic tragic hero, inspired by King Lear. Scholars
have identified 20,000 piece
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During the Romantic era, Shakespeare was praised by the poet
and literary philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge; and the
critic August Wilhelm Schlegel translated his plays in the spirit
of German Romanticism. In t
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4. Did He or Didn't He? That Is the
Question, The New York Times, 22 April
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626; Love 2002, 194209;Schoenbaum
6. Jump up^ Pritchard 1979, 3.
7. Jump up^ Wood 2003, 758; Ackroyd
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3. Jump up^ Honan 1998, 387.
4. Jump up^ Schoenbaum 1987, 279.
5. Jump up^ Honan 1998, 37578.
6. Jump up^ Schoenbaum 1987, 276.
7. Jump up^ Inscribed in Latin on his
funerary monument:AETATIS 53 DIE 23
APR (In his 53rd year he die