Principles and Practices of Management

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Examination Paper of Principles and Practices of Management 1 IIBM of Business Management IIBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper MM.100 Principles and Practices of Management Subject Code-B101 Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks)  This section consists of multiples choice and short notes type questions    Part one carries 1 mark each & part two carries 5 marks each.   Attempt all questions  Part One Multiple Choices: 1. A plan is a trap laid to capture the ________ a. Future b. Past c. Policy d. Procedure 2. Which of the following is the function for employing suitable person for the enterprise? a. Organizing b. Staffing c. Directing d. Controlling 3. ___________ means “ group…show more content…
By doing a little planning ahead, organizing the store, and making some things got done, I have been a successful manager. That other stuff just does not make sense. All the professor was trying to do was complicate things. I guess I will have to know it for the test, but I am sticking with my old plan, organize and control approach to managing my store.” Questions: 1. Critically analyze Mr. Vincent‟s reasoning. 2. If you were the professor and you knew what was going through Vincent‟s mind, what would you say to Vincent? Caselet 2 The Regional Administration Office of a company was hastily set up. Victor D‟Cuhna a young executive was directly recruited to take charge of Data Processing Cell of this office. The data processing was to help the administrative office in planning and monitoring. The officer cadre of the administrative office was a mix of directly recruited officers and promote officers (promotion from within the organization). Females dominated the junior clerical cadre. This cadre was not formally trained. The administrative office had decided to give these fresh recruits on-the-job training because when results were not upto the expectations blame was brought on the Data Processing Cell. Victor D‟Cuhna realized that the administrative office was heading for trouble. He knew that his task would not be easy and that he had been selected because of his experience, background and abilities. He also realized that certain functional aspects of the

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