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Exercise [Pages 32 - 36]

Balbharati solutions for Organisation of Commerce and Management (OCM) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board Chapter 2 Functions of Management Exercise [Pages 32 - 36]

Select the correct option and rewrite the sentence.

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 1) | Page 32

The functions of management start with __________ function.

  • Organizing

  • Planning

  • Coordinating

  • Directing

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 2) | Page 32

The functions of management end with __________.

  • directing

  • staffing

  • controlling

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 3) | Page 32

__________ sets out standards for controlling.

  • Staffing

  • Planning

  • Coordinating

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 4) | Page 32

Organization function is important for execution of the plans which have been prepared by __________ management.

  • top level

  • middle level

  • lower level

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 5) | Page 32

______ is the function that supports activating the plans with the help of employees.

  • Staffing

  • Directing

  • Co-ordinating

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 6) | Page 32

______ is the function of execution according to the plan and the organizational structure.

  • Controlling

  • Directing

  • Staffing

Exercise | Q 1) (A) 7) | Page 32

______ arranges the work in such a way that minimum conflicts are raised.

  • Co-ordinating

  • Organizing

  • Controlling

Exercise | Q 1) (B) | Page 33

Match the pairs.

Group 'A' Group 'B'
A) Planning 1. It is the process of instructing, guiding, communicating, and motivating.
B) Organizing 2. It is an integration and synchronization of the efforts of the group.
C) Staffing 3. Deciding in advance what to do, how to do, when to do, and who is to do it.
D) Directing 4. Management is what the manager does.
E) Coordinating 5. To focus on the role of the manager.
  6. Decides the ways and means to achieve what has been planned
  7. It is the process of comparing the actual performance with the predetermined standard performance.
  8. It is a set of principles.
  9. It is the process of recruiting, selecting, placing, and remunerating.
 

10. To manage is to forecast and plan.

 

11. Principle of management

 

12. To focus on the role of an employee

 

13. General instructions from subordinate to superior

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 1) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

The right person at the job with the right pay. 

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 2) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

A person who shows the correct path as well as guides employees in solving the problems.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 3) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

First function of management.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 4) | Page 33

Write a word or phrase or term that can substitute the following:

Last function of management.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 5) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

It is an intellectual process of logical thinking and rational decision-making.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 6) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

The term that is used to denote the structure.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 7) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

It is the process of attracting, recruiting, selecting, placing, appraising, and remunerating the people.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 8) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

The process that leads the employees towards the accomplishment of organizational goals.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 9) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

It increases the team spirit of the workplace.

Exercise | Q 1) (C) 10) | Page 33

Give one Word/Phrase/Term for the following statement.

It is the process of comparing the actual performance with the predetermined standard performance.

State whether following statements are true or false.

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 1) | Page 33

Every function of management is not based on planning.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 2) | Page 33

Specialization in activities leads to an increase in organizational efficiency.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 3) | Page 33

A qualified, efficient, and skilled workforce is always an asset of the organization.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 4) | Page 33

Cooperation is not necessary for the smooth flow of organizational activities.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 5) | Page 33

Coordination motivates the employees to take initiative while completing their assigned tasks.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (D) 6) | Page 33

Standards are not set for every performance in controlling function.

  • True

  • False

Exercise | Q 1) (E) 1) | Page 34

Find the odd one.

  • Planning

  • Organizing

  • Staffing

  • Writing

Exercise | Q 1) (E) 2) | Page 34

Find the odd one.

  • Selecting

  • Training

  • Co-ordinating

  • Placing

Complete the sentences.

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 1) | Page 34

The tasks of getting the things done by others is known as _____________

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 2) | Page 34

The functions of manager start with ___________.

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 3) | Page 34

The ________ function of management initiates action

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 4) | Page 34

Recruitments are done under __________ function.

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 5) | Page 34

_____________ is the fundamental function of management.

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 6) | Page 34

__________ integrates departmental activities for achieving common goal of the organization.

Exercise | Q 1) (F) 7) | Page 34

________ is the last function of management.

Select the correct option.

Exercise | Q 1) (G) 1) | Page 34

Planning is a detailed programme of ____________ course of action.

  • present

  • future

  • past

Exercise | Q 1) (G) 2) | Page 34

Directing is the responsibility of _________ at all levels.

  • manager

  • workers

  • people

Exercise | Q 1) (G) 3) | Page 34

A qualified, efficient, and skilled workforce is always a ___________ of the organization.

  • liabilities

  • assets

  • expenses

Exercise | Q 1) (H) 1) | Page 34

Answer in one sentence.

What is management?

Exercise | Q 1) (H) 2) | Page 34

Answer in one sentence.

What is planning?

Exercise | Q 1) (H) 3) | Page 34

Answer in one sentence.

What is Staffing?

Exercise | Q 1) (H) 4) | Page 34

Answer in one sentence.

What is directing?

Exercise | Q 1) (H) 5) | Page 34

Answer in one sentence.

What is controlling?

Exercise | Q 1) (I) 1) | Page 34

Correct the underlined word and rewrite the following sentence.

Factors of business environment are always fixed.

Exercise | Q 1) (I) 2) | Page 34

Correct the underlined word and rewrite the following sentence.

Staffing is concerned with machines.

Exercise | Q 1) (I) 3) | Page 34

Correct the underlined word and rewrite the following sentence.

Directing is a function of comparing the actual performance with the predetermined performance.

Exercise | Q 1) (I) 4) | Page 34

Correct the underlined word and rewrite the following sentences.

Co-ordination helps to maximize the wastage of resources and controls the cost of work.

Exercise | Q 1) (I) 5) | Page 34

Correct the underlined word and rewrite the following sentence.

Controlling measures are rigid to some extent.

Exercise | Q 1) (J) 1) | Page 34

Arrange in proper order.

Controlling, Organizing, Planning.

Exercise | Q 1) (J) 2) | Page 34

Arrange in proper order.

Directing, Co-ordinating, Staffing.

Exercise | Q 2. 1. | Page 34

Explain the following term/concept.

Management

Exercise | Q 2. 2. | Page 34

Explain the following term/concept.

Planning

Exercise | Q 2. 3. | Page 34

Explain the following term/concept.

Organizing

Exercise | Q 2. 4. | Page 34

Distinguish between:

Life Insurance and Marine Insurance

Exercise | Q 2. 5. | Page 34

Explain the following term/concept.

Directing

Exercise | Q 3. 1) | Page 34

Study the following case/situation and express your opinion.

Mr. Ram, an emerging entrepreneur has designed a structure of his business organization by taking into consideration the required resources such as land, money, machinery, workforce, etc, for his new business. He appointed Mr.Shyam as a manager. Mr. Ram has assigned responsibilities such as recruitment, selection, training, and development and to determine the remuneration of the employees to Mr. Shyam. Mr. Ram has also appointed Mr. Shubham to supervise the work done by the employees according to the standards given to the employees.
Mr. Shubham has to also suggest the remedies to the employees wherever necessary.
On this context, find out the management functions performed by
  1. Mr. Ram
  2. Mr. Shyam
  3. Mr. Shubham
Exercise | Q 3. 2) | Page 35

Study the following case/situation and express your opinion.

In XYZ Company, Mr. Lele gives instructions to the employees working under him, provides guidance, and motivates them for their best performance. On the other hand, Mr.Sayyad takes effort to harmonize the work done by the employees of different departments while achieving organizational goals. Mr.Desai is looking after the arrangement of the required resources for the business organization. Mention the name of an employee engaged in the following functions:

i. Organization

ii. Direction

iii. Coordination

Exercise | Q 4. 1. | Page 35

Distinguish Between.

Planning and organizing.

Exercise | Q 4. 2. | Page 35

Distinguish between the following:

Distinguish between Organising and Staffing

Exercise | Q 4. 3. | Page 35

Distinguish Between:

Staffing and directing

Exercise | Q 4. 4. | Page 35

Distinguish Between.

Directing and controlling

Exercise | Q 4. 5. | Page 35

Distinguish between the following:

Co-ordinating and Controlling

Exercise | Q 4. 6. | Page 35

Distinguish Between.

Planning and Controlling

Exercise | Q 4. 7. | Page 35

Organising and Directing.

Exercise | Q 4. 8. | Page 35

Distinguish between.

Organizing and Co-ordinating

Answer in brief.

Exercise | Q 5. 1) | Page 35

Explain any five points of importance of planning.

Exercise | Q 5. 2) | Page 35

Explain any five points of importance of organizing.

Exercise | Q 5. 3) | Page 35

Describe any five points of importance of staffing.

Exercise | Q 5. 4) | Page 35

Write short answer of the following :

State the nature of Directing function.

Exercise | Q 5. 5) | Page 35

Describe the importance of coordinating.

Exercise | Q 6. 1) | Page 35

Justify the following statement.

Planning is the first function of Management

Exercise | Q 6. 2) | Page 35

Justify the following statement.

Controlling is the last function of management.

Exercise | Q 6. 3) | Page 35

Justify the following statement.

Organizing facilitates administration as well as the operation of the Organization.

Exercise | Q 6. 4) | Page 35

Justify the following statement.

The right person at the right job with the right pay is the basic principle of staffing.

Exercise | Q 6. 5) | Page 35

Justify the following statement.

Co-ordination between different functions and all levels of Management is the essence of organizational success.

Attempt the following.

Exercise | Q 7. 1) | Page 35

Explain any five points of importance of planning.

Exercise | Q 7. 2) | Page 35

Explain any five points of importance of organizing.

Exercise | Q 7. 3) | Page 35

Describe any five points of importance of staffing.

Exercise | Q 7. 4) | Page 35

Write short answer of the following :

State the nature of Directing function.

Exercise | Q 7. 5) | Page 35

Describe the importance of coordinating.

Exercise | Q 7. 6) | Page 35

Explain the importance of controlling.

Answer the following.

Exercise | Q 8. 1) a. | Page 36

Explain the following term/concept.

Planning

Exercise | Q 8. 1) b. | Page 36

Explain any five points of importance of planning.

Exercise | Q 8. 2) a. | Page 36

Explain the following term/concept.

Organizing

Exercise | Q 8. 2) b. | Page 36

Explain any five points of importance of organizing.

Exercise | Q 8. 3) a. | Page 36

Distinguish between:

Life Insurance and Marine Insurance

Exercise | Q 8. 3) b. | Page 36

Describe any five points of importance of staffing.

Exercise | Q 8. 4) a. | Page 36

Explain the following term/concept.

Directing

Exercise | Q 8. 4) b. | Page 36

Write short answer of the following :

State the nature of Directing function.

Exercise | Q 8. 5) a. | Page 36

Answer the following:

What is coordinating?

Exercise | Q 8. 5) b. | Page 36

Describe the importance of coordinating.

Exercise | Q 8. 6) a. | Page 36

Answer the following.

Define the term controlling 

Exercise | Q 8. 6) b. | Page 36

Explain the importance of controlling.

Solutions for Chapter 2: Functions of Management

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