Manageme nt Control Friday 18 March 2016 Submitted

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Manageme nt Control Friday 18 March 2016 Submitted by Dr.  Vladlena E. Zarembo Manageme nt Control Friday 18 March 2016 Submitted by Dr. Vladlena E. Zarembo

Control Control

Control Process to reach the objectives and to find information about real organisation state Control Process to reach the objectives and to find information about real organisation state

Control Precheck Final control Monitoring (running check) Control Precheck Final control Monitoring (running check)

Control stages 1.  Setting an objective 2.  Development of norms  3.  EvaluationControl stages 1. Setting an objective 2. Development of norms 3. Evaluation of real states 4. Comparison of results and norms 5. Adjustment comparis on

Control stages 1.  Setting an objective 2.  Development of norms  3.  EvaluationControl stages 1. Setting an objective 2. Development of norms 3. Evaluation of real states 4. Comparison of results and norms 5. Adjustment comparis on

Control stages Adjustmen t  Process to influence of the management subject upon the managing objectControl stages Adjustmen t Process to influence of the management subject upon the managing object to reach necessary states

Control stages Adjustmen t  Control. Feedback Control stages Adjustmen t Control. Feedback

Control stages Adjustmen t  Compensat ion- regulation of human relations  Deviation –  aControl stages Adjustmen t Compensat ion- regulation of human relations Deviation – a daptation towards the necessary states

General Functions of Management General Functions of Management

Technology and Methods of Management Technology and Methods of Management

I. Technologic al Functions of Management I. Technologic al Functions of Management

Technological Functions of Management Decision making Communic ations setting Technological Functions of Management Decision making Communic ations setting

Technological Functions of Management Decision making Communic ations setting Technological Functions of Management Decision making Communic ations setting

Technological Functions of Management Decision making Choice of alternative  Conclusion about doing some certain deeds,Technological Functions of Management Decision making Choice of alternative Conclusion about doing some certain deeds, fixed in someone’s (managing subject and object) mind and documents Requirements Task orientation Validity Timeliness Competence

Technological Functions of Management Decision making      by participation in business Technological Functions of Management Decision making by participation in business Organizatio nal Day-to-day Programme d Non-program med Compromi ses

Technological Functions of Management Decision making      by manner of making RationalTechnological Functions of Management Decision making by manner of making Rational Intuitive Problem symptom Task Opinion based Problem

Technological Functions of Management Decision making stages 1.  Problem diagnostic  Problem symptom Task ProblemTechnological Functions of Management Decision making stages 1. Problem diagnostic Problem symptom Task Problem Methods of Problem Diagnostic Opinion Map Fishbone of Ishikawa

Technological Functions of Management Decision making stages 1.  Problem diagnostic  2.  Establishing limitsTechnological Functions of Management Decision making stages 1. Problem diagnostic 2. Establishing limits and criteria for the decision making 3. Establishing alternatives and their evaluation 4. Choosing alternatives 5. Control and Feedback

Technological Functions of Management Decision making stages 3.  Establishing alternatives and their evaluation  4.Technological Functions of Management Decision making stages 3. Establishing alternatives and their evaluation 4. Choosing alternatives

Technological Functions of Management Interdependency. Decision making stages 3.  Establishing alternatives and their evaluation Technological Functions of Management Interdependency. Decision making stages 3. Establishing alternatives and their evaluation 4. Choosing alternatives Are influenced by additional factors Personal evaluation of manager Environment Information limits Certainty Uncertainty Risk

Sincerely yours,  Vladlena Zarembo Sincerely yours, Vladlena Zarembo