1.Workers should be encouraged to develop and carry out their plans for improvements. Identify the principle of management formulated by Fayol.

2.The production manager of Bharat Ltd. instructs a salesman to go slow in selling the product, whereas the marketing manager is insisting on fast selling to achieve the target. Which principle of management is being violated in this case? State the consequences of violation of this principle.

3.Hina and Harish are typists in a company having same educational qualifications. Hina is getting Rs. 3,000 per month and Harish Rs. 4,000 per month as salary for the same working hours. Which principle of management is violated in this case? Name and explain the principle.

4.Which principle of management envisages that each group of activities having the same objectives must have one head and one plan? Explain the principle with a suitable example.

5.If an organisation does not provide the right place for physical and human resources in the organisation, which principle is violated? What are its consequences?

6.Name and explain the technique of Taylor which is the strongest motivator for a worker to reach standard performance.

7.The production manager of an automobile company asked the foreman to achieve a target production of 200 units (scooters) per day. But he did not give him the authority to requisition tools and materials from the stores department. Can the production manager blame the foreman if he is not able to achieve the desired target? Explain briefly the principle relating to the situation.

8.A principle of management states that the work should be divided into small tasks as it leads to specialisation and increased output. Name and explain the principle with an example. State two adverse effects if this principle is not followed.

9.The directors of Bhupender Ltd., an organisation manufacturing computers, want to double the sales and have given this responsibility to their sales manager. The sales manager has no authority either to increase the sales expenses or appoint new salesmen. Hence, he could not achieve this target. Is the sales manager responsible for not achieving the target? Explain, in brief, the relevant principle in support of your answer.

10. It has been observed that the prevailing situation in an organization is due to the violations of the principle of order. What might have been your observation?

11.Identify the technique of scientific management which are described by the statement given below:-

i. When specialists supervise each worker.

ii. Change in the attitude of workers and management towards one another. From competition to

Co-operatioiii.When uniformity is introduced in materials. Machine, tools, method of works and working

conditions after, due research.

12.Taylors techniques of management are universally applicable. Do you agree? Give reasons in support of your answer.

13.One of technique given byF.W. Taylor violates principle given by Henry Fayol. Identify that and explain.

14.One of technique given byF.W. Taylor is extension of principle given by Henry Fayol. Identify that and explain

15.Name two new management techniques developed on the basis of Principles of Management


The overall length of ur question looks very long but its quite simple...

They all are very good questions.!!

The answers are:

  1. Principle of "Initiative"
  2. Princeple of "Unity of Command" is violated (u must've read its adv. effects of violation, so i'll not come to that)
  3. Principle of "Remuneration of Employees" and Principle of "Equity" both are applicable.
  4. Principle of "Unity of Direction"
  5. Principle of "Order"
  6. "Differential Piece Wage System"
  7. Principle of "Authority and Responsibility"
  8. Principle of "Division of Work"
  9. Principle of "Authority and Responsibility"
  10. Write the explanation and with an e.g. and also explain adverse effects of violation of the Principle of "Order"
  11. i. Functional Foremnship

ii. Taylor's Scientific principle of Harmony, not Discord

iii. Standardisation Simplification of Work

12. No, they aren't universally applicable

13. Functional Foremanship violates the Fayol's principle of "Unity of Command" In Func. foremanship a worker receives order from eight specialists foremen but Fayol insists that an employee shud receibe order from one and only one boss or superior.

14. The Technique of Functional Foremanship is an extension of Fayol's Principle of "Division of Work"

15. New management techniques like Operations Research, Cost Accounting, Just in Time etc. have been developed on the basis of Principles of Management.

Hope u got it!

Its 20 minutes of hardwork, precisely my own work (not copied) so I am eligible for a thumbs up atleast :)

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