English for management

149 views
127 views

Published on

0 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
149
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

English for management

  1. 1. ByP.m. Yota PayuttoMCU. Raikhing NakhonpathomEnglish for Management
  2. 2. What does the English for Management means?How & Why ?Key performance indicators or KPI.?Where are we now?Where do we want to be?How will we get there?Introduction
  3. 3. What is Structure ? from Latin structūra, fromstruere to buildOrigin:Middle English < Latin structūra, equivalent tostruct ( us ) (past participle of struere to puttogether) + -ūra –ure-Structure
  4. 4. 1. Something made up of a number of parts that are held or puttogether in a particular way: hierarchical social structure.2. The way in which parts are arranged or put together to form awhole; makeup: triangular in structure.3. The interrelation or arrangement of parts in a complex entity:political structure; plot structure.4. Something constructed, such as a building.5. Biology a. The arrangement or formation of the tissues, organs,or other parts of an organism.b. An organ or other part of an organism.Structure
  5. 5.  Definition The framework, typically hierarchical, within which anorganization arranges its lines of authority andcommunications, and allocatesrights and duties.Organizationalstructure determines the manner and extentto which roles, power, and responsibilities aredelegated, controlled, and coordinated, and howinformation flows between levels of management. An structure depends entirely on theorganizationsobjectives and the strategy chosen toachieve them. In a centralized structure, the decisionmaking power is concentrated in the top layer of themanagement and tight control is exercised overdepartments and divisions. In a decentralizedstructure, the decision making power is distributed and thedepartments and divisions have varying degrees ofautonomy. An organizational chart illustrates theorganizational structure.
  6. 6. What is system?Origin of system: systēma < Gksýstēma=systē-, var. s. of synistánai tocombine, organize ( syn- syn - +histánaito stand ) +-ma, n. suffix of resultSystems
  7. 7.  Dictionary system(noun)ˈsɪs təm several separate parts that work together the bodys circulation system; the states university system;a system of cameras to monitor airport activity systemˈsɪs təm a carefully organized method the countrys new tax system; a system for dealing withcustomers calls systemˈsɪs təm sbs body The medication stays in your system for eight hours. systemˈsɪs təm to do sth that gets rid of a bad feeling or habit Shes rebellious right now, but shell get it out of her
  8. 8.  Definitions forsystem(noun)instrumentality thatcombines interrelated interactingartifacts designed to work as a coherententity"he bought a new stereo system""the system consists of a motor and asmall computer"system scheme(noun)agroup of independent but interrelatedelements comprising a unified whole"avast system of production anddistribution and consumption keep thecountry going"system(noun)
  9. 9. What is QA. ?-What Is Quality AssuranceMany people and organizations are confused aboutthe difference between quality assurance (QA),quality control (QC), and testing. They are closelyrelated, but they are different concepts.Quality Assurance: A set of activities designed toensure that the development and/or maintenanceprocess is adequate to ensure a system will meet itsQA
  10. 10. What is QC. ?Quality Control: A set of activities designed to evaluate adeveloped work product.Testing: The process of executing a system with the intentof finding defects. (Note that the "process of executing asystem" includes test planning prior to the execution ofthe test cases.)QC
  11. 11.  The correct answer will vary depending on thesituation, but Mosaics experience suggests that: While line management should have the primaryresponsibility for implementing the appropriateQA, QC and testing activities on a project, anexternal QA function can provide valuableexpertise and perspective. The amount of external QA/QC should be afunction of the project risk and the processmaturity of an organization. As organizationsmature, management and staff will implement theproper QA and QC approaches as a matter ofhabit. When this happens only minimal externalguidance and review are needed.
  12. 12. What is CV. ?Curriculum Vitae - - - -Re?sume? BiodataBiographical DataCV & ResumeCover Letter)2. CV & Resume) - -3. Application Form)CV
  13. 13. What is Company ?Company
  14. 14. There are consist ofS=systemsS=structureO=organizationS=staffP.planL.Leading /leaderc.control/controlerWhat is Management?
  15. 15. SWOT AnalysisSWOTStrengths -Weaknesses -Opportunities -Threats -What is SWOT ?
  16. 16.  SWOTSWOT
  17. 17.  – SWOT AnalysisSWOTSWOT-------SWOT-SWOT- SWOT
  18. 18. Key performance indicatorsWhat is KPI.?
  19. 19. I=inputP=processO=outputI=impactWhat is IPOI Systems?
  20. 20. P.=planingD.=doingC.=checkA.=actionFunction of management
  21. 21. What is English for Management means?How & Why ?Introduction
  22. 22. What is the policy
  23. 23. A great Civlization is not Conquered fromWithout Until It has destroyed Itself fromwithinMiss Management?
  24. 24. PDCA.P. PlaningD. DoingC. CheckA. ActionThe Function Of Management?
  25. 25. What to do ?When to do ?How to do ? It bridges the gap from where we are? Where we went to be ? Put the right man in theright job.Planing is Deciding in Advance?
  26. 26. POLC.PlainingOrganizingLeadingControlling..........................Man powerRecruitmentTrainingPlaning in Management
  27. 27. ManMoneyMaterialMachineManagementM
  28. 28. Biological FactorsSocial FactorsCultural FactorsSituational FactorsTeam Work SettingThe meaning of Personality
  29. 29. Good view/ Good AttitudeBad CompanyGood CompanyHolding BackEffective questionTo solve the ProblemVocabularies for Business linking
  30. 30. Be ModestNegotiationThe Problem NegotiationSmall TalkLet’s get down to business
  31. 31. Make an offerGive their proposalI’m afraid we can’t accept that priceRespondingWhat do you have in mind?
  32. 32. So what you are saying is...Repetition and paraphrasingWin win situationYou have got a deal! Let check on it!
  33. 33. Whould you consider $100,000,000?We are prepared to offer $100,000,000 for..

×