Nature and Significance of Management :- Assertion-Reason Questions

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Nature and Significance of Management :- Assertion-Reason Questions

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1) Assertion (A): Top level management includes only chairman and president of organisation.
Reason (R): Management consists of senior most executives of the organization.

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2) Assertion (A): Planning precedes all functions of management.
Reason (R): Management consists of various functions which include planning, organising, staffing, directing and controlling.

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3) Assertion (A): Management is a universal activity.
Reason (R): Management is followed only in business organisations all over the world.

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4) Assertion (A): Management is still developing as a profession.

Reason (R): Management does not have all the features of a profession.

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5) Assertion (A): Coordination is the essence of management.
Reason (R): Coordination is required at all levels and through all functions of management.

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6) Assertion (A): Management is not full fledged profession.
Reason (R): A manager need not be a member of any professional association.

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7) Assertion (A): Management is an inexact science.
Reason (R): Management has to deal with human beings and human behavior which is dynamic in nature. So, the results of management principles can’t be predicted accurately.

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8) Assertion (A): Survival is the primary organisational objective of management.

Reason (R): Every organisation needs to survive in the competitive market first, only then he strives for profits.

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Read the following statement: Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and Choose one of the correct alternatives given below:
9) Assertion (A): Management is a goal oriented process.
Reason (R): Management unites the efforts of different individuals in the organization towards achieving these goals.

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10) Assertion (A): Management helps in creating dynamic organisation.

Reason (R): Management helps people to adopt changes so that the organization is able to maintain its competitive edge.

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11) Assertion (A): Reward and recognition is one of the organisational objectives of the management.

Reason (R): Management has multiple objectives.

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12) Assertion (A): Management helps in achieving organisational objectives only.
Reason (R): A manager motivates and leads his team in such a manner that individual members are able to achieve organizational goals.

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13) Assertion (A): Management helps in increasing efficiency.
Reason (R): The aim of a manager is to reduce costs and increase productivity with minimizing wastage through better planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling the activities of organization.

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14) Assertion (A): Management emphasizes on effectiveness and Efficiency of work.
Reason (R): The aim of a manager is to reduce costs and increase productivity with minimizing wastage through better planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling the activities of organization and help in completing the work on time.

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15) Assertion (A): Profit is only main objective of every management.

Reason (R): Profit is necessary for the existence of business.

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