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Exam questions for the course "Management"
1. Management as a field of activity, science and subject of teaching.
2. The levels of management. To characterize tasks by levels of management.
3. The role of the Manager in the organization.
4. Scientific approaches to management.
5. The emergence of scientific management theory. Scientific school of management.
6. Administrative school of management.
7. System approach to management.
8. The situational approach to management.
9. The nature and necessity of the government in managing. Power based on coercion.
10. Forms of power and influence.
11. Comparison of different forms of influence. The advantages and disadvantages.
12. The concept of leadership. Approaches to the study of leadership: from a position of personal qualities, behavioral approach, situational approach.
13. Situational approach to leadership. Situational models.
14. Adaptive leadership. The Fiedler Model.
15. Styles of leadership.
16. Managerial grid and classification of types of leaders.
17. The nature of conflict in the organization. Types of conflict.
18. Types, causes and consequences of the conflict.
19. Conflict management.
20. The mission of the organization. Examples.
21. The main objectives of the enterprise.
22. The goals of the organization. Requirements for the order.
23. The main objectives of the enterprise.
24. The system analysis. Tree method purposes. Give an example.
25. Management by objectives.
26. Planning activities of the firm. Types of plans.
27. Coordination of work of heads of adjacent levels in the management by objectives.
28. Taking into account the influence of external factors on the management of the organization.
29. The internal environment of the organization.
30. Managerial examination of internal strengths and weaknesses of the organization.
31. Analysis of product portfolio, strength of the business and the strength of the industry in which the company operates.
32. What is the company strategy? Strategic management.
33. The system of strategic planning.
34. The choice of strategy based on the matrix of positions of business and matrix Thompson and Strickland.
35. The main factors to consider when choosing the strategy of the organization.
36. The strategy of optimal cost. The strategy of vertical integration.
37. The basic strategy of diversified growth. The reasons for the use by firms of diversification strategies.
38. Integration strategy.
39. Reduction strategy.
40. Organizing as a management function.
41. Line and staff authority.
42. The delegation of authority. The principles of delegation of authority.
43. The design of the governance structure of the organization.
44. Line and functional management structure. Scope.
45. A mechanism for the coordination and integration of work units for linear-functional management structure.
46. Linear-functional and divisional governance structures. Scope. The advantages and disadvantages.
47. Product and regional governance structures. The advantages and disadvantages of divisional structures.
48. Adaptive control system. Scope.
49. The essence of motivation.
50. Human needs as the basis of motivation. Concepts: motive, motivation, stimulation.
51. Substantial theories of motivation.
52. Needs pyramid of Maslow.
53. The material and moral reward.
54. Ways to meet social needs and needs into consideration.
55. Ways to meet the needs of workers in respect and sa-Moiraine.
56. Procedural theories of motivation.
57. The basic ideas of the theory of expectations.
58. The nature and necessity of control. Types of control.
59. The control process.
60. The most important scientific approaches, carrying a significant contribution to the development of the theory and practice of management.

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Exam questions for the course "Management"
1. Management as a field of activity, science and subject of teaching.
2. The levels of management. To characterize tasks by levels of management.
3. The role of the Manager in the organization.
4. Scientific approaches to management.
5. The emergence of scientific management theory. Scientific school of management.
6. Administrative school of management.
7. System approach to management.
8. The situational approach to management.
9. The nature and necessity of the government in managing. Power based on coercion.
10. Forms of power and influence.
11. Comparison of different forms of influence. The advantages and disadvantages.
12. The concept of leadership. Approaches to the study of leadership: from a position of personal qualities, behavioral approach, situational approach.
13. Situational approach to leadership. Situational models.
14. Adaptive leadership. The Fiedler Model.
15. Styles of leadership.
16. Managerial grid and classification of types of leaders.
17. The nature of conflict in the organization. Types of conflict.
18. Types, causes and consequences of the conflict.
19. Conflict management.
20. The mission of the organization. Examples.
21. The main objectives of the enterprise.
22. The goals of the organization. Requirements for the order.
23. The main objectives of the enterprise.
24. The system analysis. Tree method purposes. Give an example.
25. Management by objectives.
26. Planning activities of the firm. Types of plans.
27. Coordination of work of heads of adjacent levels in the management by objectives.
28. Taking into account the influence of external factors on the management of the organization.
29. The internal environment of the organization.
30. Managerial examination of internal strengths and weaknesses of the organization.
31. Analysis of product portfolio, strength of the business and the strength of the industry in which the company operates.
32. What is the company strategy? Strategic management.
33. The system of strategic planning.
34. The choice of strategy based on the matrix of positions of business and matrix Thompson and Strickland.
35. The main factors to consider when choosing the strategy of the organization.
36. The strategy of optimal cost. The strategy of vertical integration.
37. The basic strategy of diversified growth. The reasons for the use by firms of diversification strategies.
38. Integration strategy.
39. Reduction strategy.
40. Organizing as a management function.
41. Line and staff authority.
42. The delegation of authority. The principles of delegation of authority.
43. The design of the governance structure of the organization.
44. Line and functional management structure. Scope.
45. A mechanism for the coordination and integration of work units for linear-functional management structure.
46. Linear-functional and divisional governance structures. Scope. The advantages and disadvantages.
47. Product and regional governance structures. The advantages and disadvantages of divisional structures.
48. Adaptive control system. Scope.
49. The essence of motivation.
50. Human needs as the basis of motivation. Concepts: motive, motivation, stimulation.
51. Substantial theories of motivation.
52. Needs pyramid of Maslow.
53. The material and moral reward.
54. Ways to meet social needs and needs into consideration.
55. Ways to meet the needs of workers in respect and sa-Moiraine.
56. Procedural theories of motivation.
57. The basic ideas of the theory of expectations.
58. The nature and necessity of control. Types of control.
59. The control process.
60. The most important scientific approaches, carrying a significant contribution to the development of the theory and practice of management.

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