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How to Develop Interpersonal Skills

Posted by on Mar 30th, 2015 in How To, Organisational behaviour | 0 comments

How to Develop Interpersonal Skills

This discussion is centred around an article from WIKIHOW.COM  and an infographic from AMERICAN EXPRESS.COM both talking about “Inter Personal Skill Development at workplace via Clear Communication and Body Language.” Inter personal relationship between personnel in workplace has become a serious issue of debate and most of the organizations spend maximum effort and money to make organizational atmosphere bearable devoid of tension and heat. The wikihow article places four important points before us  to be considered: Building...

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Best Marketing Presentations

Posted by on Mar 24th, 2015 in Marketing | 0 comments

Best Marketing Presentations

Follow ManagementGuru Net’s board Marketing and Product Management on Pinterest. Enrich yourself with info on current marketing trends and how internet helps you in optimizing your customer relationship and experience. It is no surprise that social media has changed the face of digital marketing, or marketing overall for that matter. The transition is so smooth that the line between traditional and digital marketing has been off-set and a great many companies are finally accepting the fact that to win in marketing they ought to have a...

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Advantages and Limitations of Ratio Analysis

Posted by on Mar 24th, 2015 in Management Accounting | 0 comments

Advantages and Limitations of Ratio Analysis

What are the advantages and limitations of ratio analysis? Advantages: It is an important and useful tool to determine the efficiency with which working capital is being managed in a business organization. It is a ‘health test‘ for a business firm in that it can gauge whether the firm is financially healthy or not. It aids the management of business concern in evaluating its financial position and performance efficiency. It clearly shows the trend of changes in the market position (upward, downward or static), as it covers a...

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How to Find a Job You Love (Not for Billionaires)

Posted by on Mar 20th, 2015 in Change management, Decision Making, How To | 0 comments

How to Find a Job You Love (Not for Billionaires)

How to find a job you love and do it with passion (not for people who want to become billionaires) a. Self-Discovery:  Try to find out what kind of activities you enjoy doing the most and explore if you could turn that hobby or free time activity into a revenue generating source. When you do something with the single aim of earning money or generating profit, an unnecessary pressure comes and sits on your shoulder and presses you down. Follow ManagementGuru Net’s board Interview Prep on Pinterest. For example, if you like music, you...

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Video on Finance Decisions by Tony Robbins

Posted by on Mar 17th, 2015 in Financial Management, Video Lecturers | 0 comments

Video on Finance Decisions by Tony Robbins

THE BEST FINANCE DECISIONS EVERY ENTREPRENEUR MUST MAKE Tony Robbins is an American life coach and self-help author. He became well known through his infomercials and self-help books, Unlimited Power, Unleash the Power Within and Awaken the Giant Within. Tony Robbins is a catalyst for change and a strategist for success. He creates change in minutes, when normally it couldn’t be accomplished in years. An Inspiring Quote: “To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use...

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Leadership Styles and Employee Motivation

Posted by on Mar 17th, 2015 in Human Resource, Motivation | 0 comments

Leadership Styles and Employee Motivation

Leadership Styles and Employee Motivation – A Purview 6 Things a Manager Can Learn From MS Dhoni Leading from the front Staying cool Sharing the due credit with fellow-men Encouraging team members to make them better performers Staying Grounded Resource Utilization No, this article is certainly not about our Indian Cricket team’s captain; but he has a lot to offer to prove my point. Yes, I was contemplating about the various leaders- both in the political and economic sectors and how their attitude and perspective has a direct...

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How to Pep-Up Productivity?

Posted by on Mar 15th, 2015 in Economics, Financial Management, Operations Management | 0 comments

How to Pep-Up Productivity?

Productivity Analysis: Productivity is defined in terms of utilization of resources, like material and labor or it is the ratio of output to input. For example, productivity of labor can be measured as units produced per labor hour worked. It is closely associated with quality, technology and profitability. Now you will be able to understand why there is a strong emphasis on productivity improvement in a competitive business environment. It can be calculated at firm level, at industry level, at national level and at international level. That...

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GMAT – The What N Why?

Posted by on Mar 9th, 2015 in THE GMAT | 0 comments

GMAT – The What N Why?

An Intro to GMAT – The WHAT and WHY  The GMAT exam positions you for success in your career and a high score on the GMAT or GRE can make or break your acceptance into a top business school . Learn why the GMAT exam is the test of choice among students worldwide, and why employers demand and appreciate the skills determined by  the GMAT exam. Preparing for the test necessitates  learning the ins and outs of the exam and having a perfect  study plan to be a star performer. What is the GMAT exam, and who must take it? The Graduate...

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How to Calculate Gross Profit

Posted by on Mar 8th, 2015 in Management Accounting | 0 comments

How to Calculate Gross Profit

Gross profit is a required income statement entry that indicates total revenue minus cost of goods sold. It is the company’s profit before operating expenses, interest payment and taxes. It is also known as GROSS MARGIN. The gross profit on a product is computed as: Net Sales – Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) = Gross Profit This concept is well understood if you are able to clearly distinguish between variable and fixed costs. VARIABLE COSTS: Materials used Direct labor Packaging Freight Plant supervisor salaries Utilities for a plant or a...

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Key Terms of Strategic Management

Posted by on Mar 5th, 2015 in Glossary, Strategy | 0 comments

Key Terms of Strategic Management

The following is a list of “Key Terms of Strategic Management” which find their use often when trying to explain the concepts. Mission An important undertaking that an organization believes it is its duty to do. A specific task or duty assigned to a person or group of people. Missions tend to be long-term and laid out in broad terms, without attempts being made to quantify them precisely. MISSION STATEMENT Mission statement An open statement of the aims and objectives of a business or an organization – providing employees with an...

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