Siva Sankar
Dy. Manager - Hr & Admn.
Retd. Engineer
Hr- Asst. Head

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Here is another part on Org Behaviour. Hope you will make use of it. Cheers Prof.Lakshman

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There is an important distinction between effectiveness and efficiency in managing.
Effectiveness is doing the right things.
Efficiency is doing things right.
The general principles of effective management can be applied in every field, the differences being more in application than in principle. The Manager's functions can be summed up as:
Forming a vision
Planning the strategy to realize the vision.
Cultivating the art of leadership.
Establishing institutional excellence.
Building an innovative organization.
Developing human resources.
Building teams and teamwork.
Delegation, motivation, and communication.
Reviewing performance and taking corrective steps when called for.
Thus, management is a process of aligning people and getting them committed to work for a common goal to the maximum social benefit - in search of excellence.

hi everybody.. I’m very sorry to say.. that even I cannot open d said file . some error must b thr. Can nybody tk care of ths prob n mk ths file available in ths forum. Thnx Alakananda
Dear Sir, It’s a very good useful Presentation on Org Behaviour and Communications in Organizational Settings. Keep posting such useful presentation. Thanking You, With Regards Siva Sankar
hei is it working or not ?let me see the ppt. you r sending usefull things but due to this type of mistake i.e. some are not opening and some are downloading error,that's why these worth valueless.
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