In the ________ system, the documents are manually operated.
The Intermittent production system is divided into ____ types.
In ________production system, production is carried through a standardized sequence of operations.
_______items are those which are regularly required for production.
_________is the ratio of output to input.
____________ is a process by which products are produced for use or for consumption.
____________involves preparation of time table for production activities.
In___________ production system, repetitive production is undertaken.
In the ________ production system, the FIFO principles are followed.
Batch production can be useful for ________ who cannot afford to run continuous production lines.
__________revises the routes ,loads and schedules so that a new plan is developed.
The _______ can be developed in the minds of the customers by providing quality goods.
In the________ inventory control system, physical verification of stock is done on a continuous basis.
__________ provides maximum utilisation of manpower.
Transformation through _________ means using one input and producing many outputs.
Customer satisfaction results in ______ towards the organisation.
In VED analysis of inventory control, low stock of __________ items has to be maintained.
In the ________ system, the stock control cards are of different types, color, and sizes.
In ___________ production system highly skilled operators are required for efficient use of machines & equipment.
In Process production since the system is mechanised ________ can be easily done.
_________ Inventory system was developed by IBM.
The production system is a subsystem of __________that includes functions required to design and develop products.
Scientific inventory control system exercise _________.
In the _________system the goods are manufactured to supply to the customers as per their order.
In ABC Clasification_______ stands for moderate value and size of products.
Just in time is also called _______inventory production system.
_______ is the cost of processing raw material.
In inventory technique, __________ is concerned with both production scheduling and inventory control.
________ involves two major steps routing & scheduling.
The HML analysis is useful for keeping control over consumption at ________levels.
__________ stock refers to inputs held as a reserve to safeguard against shortages or demands.
_________ factors such as physical,geographical and climate have impact on productivity.
__________ costs are incurred for holding inventory at hand.
In___________ inventory control system, stock levels are reviewed at fixed intervals.
__________ refers to the internal arrangement of machines.
Taking timely corrective measures to overcome deviation involves two main steps dispatching & ________.
__________relation improve because the management consult the workers in setting the production targets.
In _________ is concerned with keeping the facilities in their operating conditions.
_______is the ratio of output to input.
Actual supervision is required in ________as it involves the actual production of goods.
In Batch production number of ______articles are manufactured.
__________ Control system makes use of sophisticated computer programs to manage inventory.
Productivity of __________ department can be achieved with the management of fixed capital & working capital.
In_________ production system, the organization accepts a single order or contract.
In the_________ system cards are vertically arranged and kept in cabinets.
The Continuous production system is divided into ____ types.
_________ are incurred on obtaining additional inventories.
__________ members provide recommendations to the management to implement new methods.
The word Ergonomics was derived from a _______word.
The organisation should undertake _________ of the employees to understand their strengths and weakness.
________represents analytical and problem-solving skills.
(a)Management (b) administration (c) profession (d) business
____________revolves around the investigation of minute operations.
(a)Work study (b) R&D (c) self-study (d) social study
________dimension considers both present & future.
(a)Financial (b) time (c) space (d) management
___________is the ability of the manager to interact with subordinates.
(a) Conceptual skill (b) human relation skill (c) technical skill (d) Administrative skill
___________of management are different categories that created smooth functioning.
(a) Levels (b) skills (c) positions (d) hierarchy
__________refers to team spirit.
(a)Equity (b) discipline (c) espirit de crops (d) organisation
‘One best way’ was introduced by____________.
a)Peter Drucker (b) Weber (c) Taylor (d) Fayol
_____________Skills are known as interpersonal skills.
(a)Technical (b) human relations (c) administrative (d) social
___________stressed that informal organization is a reality.
(a) Fayol (b) Drucker (c) Mayo (d) Gullick
Efficiency is concerned with doing things_______.
(a) Right (b) left (c) centre (d) end
According to F.W. Taylor, there is_____foreman required to supervise the worker’s job.
(a) 4, (b) 2, (c) 8, (d) 10
According to Henry Fayol authority should be__________to responsibility.
(a)Inferior (b) superior (c) equal (d) unequal
Conceptual skills are required at a__________level of management.
(a)Lower (b) middle (c) higher (d) lowest
Dharma in Sanskrit means___________in life.
(a) progress, (b) passion, (c) purpose, (d) productivity
Dimensions of management were designed by____________.
(a)Elton mays (b) William Stanton 17. (c) Peter Drucker (d) Fayol
Employee behavior is influenced by__________attitude.
(a)Mental (b) physical (c) group (d) rigid
Esprit de corps means__________.
(a)Team spirit (b) decision making (c) planning (d) team building
Ethos are moral ideas and___________.
(a) rumours (b) facts (c) research (d) attitude
Ethos is a___________word that means ‘character’.
(a) Greek, (b) Latin, (c) French, (d) Sanskrit
Ethos is originally a_________word that signifies character.
(a)Roman (b) Greek (c) Indian (d) Japanese
Fayol suggested___________of individual interest to general interest.
(a)Joining (b) linking (d) delinking (c) subordination
Hawthorne Experiments are given by__________.
(a) F.W. Taylor, (b) Peter Drucker, (c) Elton Mayo, (d) Mary Parker Follet
Henry Fayol stated__________principles of management.
ten (b) twelve (c) fourteen
Indian ethos in management means the applications of principle management according to our_________wisdom.
(a)Modern (b) ancient (c) global (d) local
Individual______________is central to the Indian ethos.
(a)Involvement (b) sacrifice (c) development (d) remuneration
Management by objective was introduced by____________.
(a)Taylor (b) Fayol (c) Peter Drucker (d) Elton Mayo
Management facilitates___________use of resources.
(a)Minimum (b) maximum (c) optimum
a)Casual thinking (b) secondary function (c) last functions (d) Rational thinking
Management involves coordination and_____________of resources.
(a)Direction (b) reporting (c) Integration. (d) Budgeting
(a)Permanent (b) dynamic (c) rigid (d) fixed
Management is a___________.
(a)Thought (b) process (c) human being (d) forecasting
Management is a field of_____________.
(a)Action (b) debate (c) creativity (d) artist
Management is the art of getting thing done by____________.
(a)Managers (b) ministers (c) supervisors (d) Others
Taylor initiated differential________________.
(a)Uniform payment (b) differential payment (c) fixed payment (d) no payment
The present age is an age of_______________.
a) Administration (b) management (c) organisation (d) planning
The word ‘gang-plank is associated with______________.
(a)Scalar chain (b) equity (c) remuneration (d) order
Time study is propounded by______________.
(a) F. W. Taylor (b) Peter Drucker (c) Luther Gullick (d) Fayol
_________control system enables managers to focus their attention on significant deviations.
(a) Flexible, (b) MBE, (c) MBO, (d) MIS
___________is a long-term action plan for achieving the goals.
(a) strategy (b) procedures (c) programme (d) vision
____________Plans are meant for repeated use as ad when the situation demands.
(a) Single-use, (b) Standing, (c) General, (d) Special
___________is the process of identifying and selecting a course of action to solve a specific problem.
(a) organizing, (b) staffing, (c) decision making, (d) controlling
Adequate and reliable data make decision____________.
(a) accurate (b) risky (c) dangerous (d) ineffective
The brainstorming technique encourages_____________by group members.
(a) independent thinking (b) collective thinking (c) group thinking (d) no thinking
The decision taken should be___________.
(a) casual (b) rational (c) easy (d) troublesome
A decision tree is one___________decision-making technique.
(a) programmed (b) non-programme (c) group (d) individual
(a)accelerates (b) steps (c) discourages (d) stops
(a) an art (b) a science (c) a profession (d) always difficult
Decision-making is a__________process.
(a)occasional (b) continuous (c) fixed (d) moving
Decision-making is a__________activity.
(a) creative (b) dull (c) unimportant (d) ineffective
Decision-making is the__________of the management process.
(a) turning point (b) starting point (c) finishing point (d) middle-point
Game theory is used in a___________situations.
(a) dynamic (b) static (c) competitive (d) monopoly
The heuristic technique is a__________technique.
(a) rule of thumb (b) blind (c) trial and error. (d) Delphi
In __________objectives are set jointly by the management and the employees.
(a)MBE (b) MBA (c) MBO (d) MIS
Management is rightly described as a ___________ process.
(a) decision-making (b) choosing (c) profit-making (d) service-providing
MBE focuses managerial attention on ___________problems.
(a)minor (b) major (c) routine (d) business
MBO is ___________goal setting.
(a)individual (b) group (c) team (d) joint
(a) past-oriented (b) service-oriented (c) future-oriented (d) profit-oriented
Planning is a ____________component of the management process.
(a) dispensable (b) indispensable (c) negligible (d) normal
Planning is __________looking.
(a) forward (b) backward (c) downward (d) sideways
Planning is an _________in business.
(a) not necessary (b) a must (c) useless (d) dangerous
Planning is a ___________process in the case of a business organisation.
(a) continuous (b) casual (c) occasional (d) compulsory
Planning is a ___________function / actions.
(a) regular (b) continuous (d) irregular
Planning is deciding in advance the future state of ____________employment.
(b) business (c) profession (d) trade
Planning is the _____________function of management.
(a) primary (b) secondary (c) elementary
Planning needs to be_____________.
(a) complicated (b) flexible (c) rigid (d) static
Planning premises are assumptions and _____________.
(a) goals (b) predictions (c) policies (d) rules
Programmed decision are on _________problems.
(a) rare (b) repetitive (c) fixed (d) routine
Programmed decision-making techniques include ______________.
(a) linear programming (b) Gordon technique (c) quality circle (d) participative-technique
Strategies constitute one component of_______________.
(a) single-use plan (b) standing plan (c) business plan (d) market plan
The genesis of MBO is attributed to______________.
(a) George Odiorne (b) Peter Drucker (c) Philip Kotler (d) George Terry
____________Delegation gives clarity to subordinates about the work expected.
(a) oral (b) written (c) general (d) verbal
Appropriate span ___________team spirits.
(a) improves (b) discourages (c) destroys (d) unconcern with
Authority, responsibility, and ___________are inter-related concepts.
(a) accountability (b) delegation (c) span of control (d) depart-mentation
Decentralisation introduces a _____________in an organization.
(a)autocratic spirit (b) democratic spirit (c) team spirit (d) participative
Decentralisation is determined by the _______of the organization.
(a) budget (b) size (c) manpower (d) location
Decentralisation is necessary for the effective management of a ___________business organization.
(a) small (b) medium (c) large (d) tiny
Delegation makes it possible for the managers to distribute tier workload to_________.
(a) juniors, (b) seniors, (c) customers, (d) suppliers
Delegation of authority ___________the burden on superiors.
(a) maintains (b) reduces (c) increases (d) balances
Delegation ___________ the morale of subordinates as they are given duties and supporting authority.
(a) raises, (b) decreases, (c) de-motivates, (d) break
Departmentation _________division of work and specialization.
(a) facilitates (b) opposes (c) discourages (d) ends
Departmentation by functions is suitable to ________sized organization.
(a) small (b) large (c) medium (d) tiny
Formal organisation is found to be ____________.
(a) static (b) flexible (c) rigid (d) stable
Formal organisation structure is ___________in nature.
(a) official (b) un-official (c) unstructured (d) temporary
In an __________organization, there are many levels of management.
(a) tall, (b) flat, (c) medium, (d) large
In_________and Staff organization structure, there is no separate entity.
(a) Line, (b) Matrix, (c) Line and Staff, (d) Virtual
In delegation, the principle of _______________ states that the superior cannot escape responsibility.
(a) Absoluteness of Responsibility, (b) Exception, (c) Unity of Command, (d) Unity of Direction
In line and staff organisation, the staff executives are the ___________.
(a) doers (b) advisors (c) decision-making (d) dictators
In line and staff organization, the staff officers are the ______________.
(a) decision-makers, (b) advisors, (c) workers, (d) members
The informal organization makes use of ____________communication.
(a) upward, (b) downward, (c) diagonal, (d) grapevine
The informal organization operates ____________the formal organization.
(a) within (b) outside (c) away from (d) parallel to
The informal organization prefers to use ____________communication.
(a) downward (b) upward (c) grapevine (d) sideways
It is necessary to keep ______________subordinates under the control of one superior.
(a) 4 to 6 (b) 15 (c) 1 to 2 (d) unlimited
Line and staff organisation is suitable for ______________business firms.
(a) large (b) small (c) tiny (d) medium
Line and staff organization is _____________in operation.
(a) simple (b) complicated (c) easy (d) good
Matrix organisation is a combination of project organization and ____________organization.
(a) functional (b) line (c) line and staff (d) project
Matrix organization was first established in the ____________in the aerospace industry.
(a) India, (b) China, (c) USA, (d) UK
Narrow span of control results in _________organization structure.
(a) tall (b) flat (c) unstable (d) rigid
One obstacle to delegation on the part of the superior is_________________.
(a) fear of competition (b) negative approach (c) over smartness of subordinate
Organisation structure suggests its ____________.
(a) objective (b) framework (c) efficiency (d) relationships
Organizing is a process of creating an_____________structure.
(a) Organization (b) functioning (c) Management (d) operation
The span of control/management has _____________application.
(a) limited (b) narrow (c) wide (d) universal
The levels of management are many in _________organization.
(a) tall (b) medium (c) flat (d) small
The process of delegation continues if the subordinate __________the delegated authority.
(a) ignores, (b) reject, (c) plans, (d) accept
There should be ____________between authority and responsibility.
(a)similarity (b) balance (c) equity. (d) imbalance
Under _________structure employee’s work under dual authority.
(a) line (b) informal (c) matrix (d) virtual
A virtual organisation is a _____________network between different companies.
(a) traditional (b) mid-term (c) temporary (d) permanent
____________uses network analysis by identifying critical and non-critical activities.
(a) PERT (b) CPM (c) Budgetary control (d) management audit
_________is a function of leadership.
(a) directing (b) confidence (c) vision (d) controlling
_________is quality of a good leader.
(a) optimism (b) planning (c) controlling (d) compelling
____________is a financial factor influencing motivation.
(a) job security (b) bonus (c) participation (d) working conditions
______________style of leadership involves management by emotions.
(a) Bureaucratic (b) neurocritical (c) democratic (d) participative
__________Technique helps to expedite highly complex projects.
(a) SWOT, (b) MBO, (c) PERT, (d) budget
_____________is a psychological process.
(a) communication (b) motivation (c) controlling (d) directing
___________ is the process of monitoring actual performance, and taking corrective measures.
(a) Planning, (b) Organizing, (c) Staffing, (d) Controlling
A ___________is a statement of anticipated results. (a) Schedule,
(b) Budget, (c) Project, (d) Program)
___________is the sum total of physical, mental and social qualities.
(a) Intelligence, (b) Personality, (c) Quality, (d) Emotion
______________is the cement that makes organisations.
(a) direction (b) motivation (c) communication (d) controlling
A good leader assumes_______________.
(a) power (b) obligation (c) faults (d) position
A good leader leads but does not _____________.
(a) run (b) joy (c) push (d) move
An ideal leader should be __________matured.
(a) physically (b) financially (c) emotionally (d) psychologically
An autocratic leader does not allow subordinates to ask __________.
(a) why (b) questions (c) classifications (d) clarifications
Communication _________pleasant human relations.
(a) breaks (b) develops (c) guides (d) faces
Communication raises ___________.
(a) appearance (b) meeting (c) efficiency (d) status
Control compares against a ____________.
(a) target (b) standard (c) deadline (d) competitor
Coordination means __________in an organization.
(a) cooperation, (b) interlinking of activities, (c) activeness, (d) acceptance
The democratic leader acts as a good ___________.
(a) administrator (b) manipulator (c) listener (d) friend
Directing harmonizes ___________and organisation goals.
(a) administrative (b) individual (c) business (d) union
Directing is an ___________aspect of managing.
(a) interrelated (b) interpersonal (c) interpretative (d) interconnected
In ____________communication, the speaker can immediately get feedback.
(a) face-to-face, (b) written, (c) non-verbal, (d) favourable
__________is a non-monetary motivating factor.
(a) salaries, (b) allowances, (c) bonus, (d) recognition
____________is a psychological communication barrier.
(a) closed mind,(b) rules and regulation, (c) noise, (d) language
Management audit is a __________process.
(a) evaluation (b) acting (c) enlightened (d) engrossing
Management audit lays down standards for ___________performance competitive.
(b) critical (c) future (d) past
Managerial control is an _________activity.
(a) mechanical (b) supervisory (c) workforce (d) physical
_____________means organising a group of people to achieve a common goal.
( a) motivation, (b) leadership, (c) controlling, (d) planning
Motivation is a ________to perform.
(a) asking (b) postponing (c) guiding (d) willingness
Motivation is ________and encouraging.
(a) Rigid (b) inspiring (c) winning (d) developing
Motivation reduces employee ___________.
(a) productivity (b) morale (c) turnover (d) remuneration
Noise and distance are ________barriers to effective communication.
(a) physical (b) cultural (c) psychological (d) environmental
Now -a -days professional managers adopt ___________style of leadership.
(a) Consultative, (b) Participative, (c) Situational, (d) Sociocratic
Personal contact ensures employee _________.
(a) retrenchment (b) turnover (c) absence (d) loyalty
Quality direction depends on face-to-face ________.
(a) clash (b) understanding (c) contact (d) planning
___________technique is mainly used in areas like construction projects, and ship building.
(a) PERT, (b) CPM, (c) Management Audit, (d) Personal Observation
The first step in controlling process is_____________.
(a) identifying deviation (b) establishment of standard (c) measurement of performance (d) follow-up
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