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I need past paper of MGT 503. If available please send.
send me as well maira paper hai mgt 503 ka mujy tayri karni hai please mcqs and shot questions
I had merged many files for mcqs. But fortunately, lol, not a single MCQ was from this file. Therefore, actually it is useless using past files now. Better go through handouts.
Mcqs were a bit tricky but can only be attempted if you go through the handouts carefully.
Some Short and long questions are:
1. Being an entrepreneur, what are the internal forces for a change?
2. Difference of Tall and Flat structure
3. What are the meanings of satisfied and unsatisfied/dissatisfied in reference to equity theory?
4. What is meant by Management by wandering around (MBWA)?
5. Why is goal setting crucial for any business?
1. Difference between Charismatic Ethical and Unethical leadership?
2. Question about decentralized/centralized decision making:
Scenario 1: Organization has all depts interrelated to each other and in one place.
Scenario 2: Organization is expanding over different countries and branches etc.
Therefore, which kind of decision making will you suggest for these scenarios?
3. Question about McClelland’s acquired-needs theory. Write down briefly about this theory.
4. Why do you think often managers resist to delegate their work to their employees? (Question on delegation - giving work to others)
Not sure if I am forgetting anymore questions. Although mcqs were mostly from lectures 30 onward.
All the best with it.
jazak ALLAH Khair,
My today Paper was easy.
1. what is organizational chart give its importance?
2. write steps in strategy formulation and strategy implementation?
3. difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivator?
4. LMX leadership model?
5. define term competitive advantages with example?
6. define competitive factor of portal theory?
7. Highest order of needs of maslows theory?
8. examples of motivator and hygiene factors?
9. barriers faced by the manager in intrpersonal communication?
last question muje yad nai
thanku so much dear
MY TODAY'S Paper:
Positive synergy is the force that results when the combined gains from group interaction are greater than group losses. While Negative force results when group process losses are greater than any gains achieved from combining the forces of group members.
LMX Leadership Model: Leader member exchange (LMX) theory is a relationship based approach to leadership that focuses on two way relationship that is between leaders and followers.
Departmentalization leads to the benefits of specialization. In departmentalization works is to be divided into different departments on the basis of their nature and responsibility is entrusted to skilled and efficient manager. When a manager is involved in one specific function his expertise and efficiency increases in that particular field.
Departmentalization has following Importance’s/Advantages:
Administrative Control: Standard of each department and objective to be achieved is planned.
Fixation of responsibility: The work is divided into different units on the basis of nature and responsibility and is entrusted to departmental managers.
Helpful for Expansion: Departmentalization facilitates top managers to direct and supervise the work performed by subordinate managers.
Every Businessman /business owners want to make wise decisions but they are at loss sometimes of where to begin. This is where strategic management comes into play. An important concept for managers to grasp strategic management entails evaluating business goals, Objectives and plans in light of company focus on effectives and efficiency.
Mechanistic Organization: An organizational structure that is characterized by high specialization, departmentalization, rigid, narrow spans of control, high formalization and little participation in decision making.
Organic Organization: A structure that is highly adaptive and flexible with little work specialization, minimum formalization and little direct supervision of employees.
Goal Setting Theory: This theory suggests that managers should ensure that employees have hard specific goals and feedback on how well they are doing in pursuit of those goals. Specific goals increases performance and difficult goals when accepted results in higher performance than easy goals.
Contingency Planning: Contingency planning is the development of alternative plans for use in the events that environmental conditions evolve differently than anticipated, rendering original plans unwise and unfeasible.
Barriers in interpersonal communication:
Emotions: Emotions influence how receiver interrupts a message when it is received.
Information Overload: It happens when the information we have to work with exceeds our processing.
Language: Meaning of words different from different peoples.
Defensiveness: Engaging in behaviors such as verbally attacking others and making sarcastic remarks.
National Culture: Culture can be affected the way manager chooses to communicate.
Filtering: The deliberate of information to make it appear more favorable to the receiver.
Jargon: It is a specialized technology or technical language that members of a group use to communicate among themselves.