May 27, 2019

May - Management Knowledge Revision



First Week  1 May to 5 May


Cost Information for Pricing Decisions
Cost Behavior Analysis and Relevant Costs

Costing for Strategic Profitability Analysis
Cost Information for Customer Profitability Analysis

Costing for Spoilage, Rework and Scrap
Costing for Quality, Time and the Theory of Constraints

Costing for Inventory Management, JIT and Backflush
Cost Information and Analysis for Capital Budgeting

Cost Information for Management Control and Performance Control
Cost Information for Transfer Pricing

Second Week 8 May to 12 May


Managerial Accounting or Management Accounting - Review Notes
Relevant Information and Decision Making - Marketing Decisions

Relevant Information and Decision Making - Production
Relevant Information and Decision Making - HR

The Master Budget - Accounting Information
Flexible Budgets and Variance Analysis - Review Notes

Responsibility Accounting for Management Control
Accounting Information for Management Control in Divisionalized Companies

Capital Budgeting - Accounting and Cost Information


Revision of Organizational Behavior

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Introduction to Organizational Behavior

Third Week   15 May to 19 May

Environmental context: Information Technology and Globalization
Environmental context: Diversity and Ethics

Organizational Context: Design and Culture
Organizational Context:: Reward Systems

Perception and Attribution
Personality and Attitudes

Motivational Needs and Processes
Positive Psychology Approach to OB


Communication
Decision Making

Fourth Week  22 May to 26 May


Stress and Conflict
Power and Politics

Groups and Teams
Managing Performance through Job Design and Goal Setting


Principles of Industrial Engineering Presented by Professor K.V.S.S. Narayana Rao (Author of this blog) on 23 May 2017 at the Annual Conference of Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Pittsburgh, USA.  Industrial Engineering is a management subject or discipline with Engineering as the foundation. Its primary application area is engineering systems. It augmented application area is any system.  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING IS SYSTEM EFFICIENCY ENGINEERING AND HUMAN EFFORT ENGINEERING (Definition by Narayana Rao - Published in Udyog Pragati, Jounral of NITIE in 2006)
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Behavioral Performance Management
Effective Leadership Process


Great Leaders: Styles, Activities, and Skills
Principles of Innovation

Innovation - Strategic Issues and Methodology
Idea Generation in Organizations


29 May
Financial - Cost and Management Accounting - Subject Update Articles



To June - Management Knowledge Revision


Industrial Engineers support Engineers and Managers in Efficiency Improvement of Products, Processes and Systems


May Month - Birthdays of Management Scholars and Business and Industry Magnates and Accomplished Professionals - Biographies


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3 - Sidney S. Alexander (1916)
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5 - Jerry A. Hausman (1946)
6 - Sigmund Freud (1856), Kenneth Blanchard (1939)
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8 - Benjamin Graham (1894)  [Graham - Rao Method]
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10 - Daniel Bell (1919), William James Reddin (1930),  Ikujiro Nonaka (1935)
11 - Morris Llewellyn Cooke (1872)
12 - Thomas H. Carroll II (1914)
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14 - William R. Spriegel (1893), Mark Zuckerberg (1984) [Zuckerberg - Narayana Rao Reading Challenge 2015]
15 - Paul Samuelson (1915)
16 - Edward T. Hall (1914), Merton Miller (1923), Robert Butler Wilson Jr. (1937),  Catherine Tucker (1977)
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19 - Harold Koontz (1908) Biography: http://mtrrp.blogspot.com/2014/05/prof-dr-harold-koontz-biography-and.html
20 - Henry Gantt (1861), Edwin C. Nevis (1926)
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23 - Michael Porter (1947)
24 - Lilian Gilbreth (1878),
25 - Paul Cootner (1930)
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27 - Philip Kotler (1931)
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One Year MBA Knowledge Revision Plan

January  - February  - March  - April  - May   -   June

July  - August     - September  - October  - November  - December

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Updated  29 May 2019,  26 May 2017



5 comments:

  1. 12 May 2014
    SHAREHOLDER VALUE MANAGEMENT THEORY REVIEW

    Software Cost Management

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  2. 13 May 2014
    Supervision - Introduction
    Supply chain cost reduction

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  3. 14 May 2014
    Supply Chain Management - Collaborative Planning
    Supply Chain Management - Coordination

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  4. 15 May 2014

    Suppy Behavior/Decisions of Firm in Competitive Markets

    System Design Principles

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  5. 20 May 2014
    Valuation and Verification of Closing Stock
    Valuation of Bonds and Equity Shares - Basic Principles and Models

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