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Course Undergraduate
Semester Sem. VI
Subject Code HS321
Subject Title Principles of Management Systems

Syllabus

Industrial Management: development of management thought – management functions – planning – organizing power and authority – organization structures – span of control – delegation, leadership, directing and controlling – management by objectives – forecasting models – functional areas of management – entrepreneurship.

Personnel Management: characteristics of R&D projects – development of project network – project representation – project scheduling – linear time, cost trade-offs in projects – project monitoring and control with PERT – resource leveling – break even analysis – application of linear programming in resource allocations – simplex method.

Human Resource Management: personnel management – functions of HRM-assignment of people to projects – man power planning – workers participation in management-grievance handling – performance appraisal – organizing for maximum performance: quality of work life, job rotation, job enrichment.

Text Books

Same as References

References

1. Koontz H., O’Donnel, C., andWeihrich, H., Essentials of Management, McGraw-Hill (1990).

2. Venkataratnam, C. S. and Srivastava, B. K., Personnel Management and Human Resources, Tata McGraw-Hill (1991).

3. Mazda, F., Engineering Management, Prentice Hall (1997)

4. Gido, J. and Clements, J. P., Successful Project Management, 2nd ed., South-Western College Publishing (2003)

5. Khanna, O. P., Industrial Engineering and Management, Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd. (2003).

6. Mamoria, C. B. and Rao, V. S. P., Personnel Management: Text and Cases, 27th ed., Himalaya Publishing House (2015).