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Title: A study of managerial effectiveness and its co relates in selected Indian organizations
Researcher: Gupta, Rachna
Guide(s): Singh, Daleep
Keywords: Management
Upload Date: 3-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: The evolution of organizations has encouraged the emergence of a new type of professional, the Manager. It is through organization that management channelizes resources, binds people to a common pursuit, gives them an identity in the enterprise, defines their authority, responsibility, relationships and establishes channels of communication. Proper management is through the managers, who are constantly with other people, within or outside the organization, who can make the organization progress. Closely linked with organizational needs and goals are the needs and purposes of individuals that work in it. A number of isolated studies have been conducted on the subject, but no comprehensive evaluation has been made on the topic. Thus based on the above fact the present study would synthesize relevant previous research in the field of study and try to develop a useful framework in Indian organizations for better performance and productivity. The study aims to analyse the co-relates of managerial effectiveness by exploring the relationship between several variables, such as personal attributes of managers like credibility, communication styles, decision making and organizational culture with managerial effectiveness. It also aims to compare public and private sector units in terms of managerial effectiveness and itsco-relates. Besides this certain valuable observations are made in view of identified deficiencies to improve the managerial effectiveness. This would in turn help in understanding managerial effectiveness, which when projected in the future would have definite implications in selecting, training and optimising the use of human resources through the manager, who may be considered a key to effectiveness. Such a venture may yield information useful to policy makers to improve performance of public sector units.
Pagination: 114p.
Appears in Departments:Institute of Management Studies & Research

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