Archive for the ‘Management’ Category

Materials Management – Standardisation

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Standardisation of Quantities This is a standardisation of material requirements. The material requirements have to be carefully planned. When the production process is finished a target/performance comparison is carried out. Therefore two steps are necessary: 1. prognosis of material requirement 2. target/performance comparison Example of step 1: prognosis of materials requirement normal net requirement per unit multiplied by ...

Project Management in Event Management

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Curriculum Project management at a commercial high school 10 units of 50 minutes Objectives Identify similarities between project management and event management Apply project management techniques to event planning Explain the importance of risk management and insurance of risks Plan an event by using project management tools Requirements Knowledge of project management tools Knowledge of event management Characteristics of a project ...

Event Management

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Lesson Objectives Give a definition of events Outline event categories by using examples for each Name and explain characteristcs of events Compare characteristics of services to characteristics of events Apply the theoretical knowledge to different kinds of events. (See exercise) Terms and definitions Special events are: "That phenomenon arising from those non-routine occasions which have leisure, cultural, personal ...

Key Concepts in International Human Resources Management

Sunday, February 27th, 2011

The scope of IHRM is wider than the domestic one. IHRM occurs when a national firm goes abroad, when foreign markets are entered. Stereotypes Stereotypes are a kind of generalisation. Our brain - exposed to an information overflow - organises the incoming data to function effectively. Behaviours, values, beliefs and patterns of ...

International Marketing

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Three organisational types of International Marketing The three organizational types - multinational, global and international - differ according to a degree of centralization and emphasis on either efficiency or effectiveness. The transnational type combines the advantages of market proximity (differentiation) and like (standardization). Multinational companies act according to the needs of the specific ...

Global Marketing

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

1. DECIDING WHETHER TO GO ABROAD Objectives: 1.Know factors a company should review before it goes abroad 2.Know how companies can evaluate and select specific foreign markets to enter Companies need to enter and compete in foreign markets, though the risks are high: Political and legal uncertainties (unstable governments) Foreign-exchange problems (volatile currencies) Corruption Technological pirating Different customer needs ...

Export Marketing PowerPoint Presentation

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Export Marketing

Intercultural Management: Culture PowerPoint Presentation

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Culture is a system that enables individuals and groups to deal with each other and the outside world. Culture means: shared values, beliefs, assumptions of who and what we are. culture.ppt

Management by Objectives

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

What is MBO? Every large organisation has problems coordinating the activities of all the employees. There is a danger that they are more interested in their own targets rather than those of the firm as a whole. Such problems often increase with the size of a firm.It becomes more difficult to ...

Business Planning PowerPoint Presentation

Friday, June 20th, 2008

What is a business plan? A business plan is a document designed to provide sufficient information about a new or existing business to convince financial backers to invest in the business Download: business-planning.ppt