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  • 1. 7 – S FRAME WORK IN ORGANISATION BY Prof. Mckinsey
  • 2. MCGREGOR’S THEORY X AND THEORY Y : management staff
  • 3. staff Management
  • 4. COMPELITE PROCESS OF DECISION MAKING
  • 5. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS :
  • 6. JOB ANALYSIS : Analysis path endAnalysis path start Analysis job Data to module C
  • 7. EXPLANATION OF JOB ANALYSIS : * Whenever you run an analysis job , your application Creates (“instatiates”) an object called the frame Work . The frame work passes data from module to Module , until it reaches the last module of the Analysis path. Each module uses the data to perform its own task. * Above diagram shows that organization is really Quit simple : the modules take turns using the data currently, it is module c’s turn to use the data to perform task C. Once it is finished the frame work will pass the data on to module D .
  • 8. CONTI…… The analysis job will finally end when the Frame work reaches module E, the output Module.

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