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*X10732* Reg. No. :
Question Paper Code : X 10732
B.E./B.Tech. Degree Examinations, NOV./DEC. 2020
Fifth/Sixth Semester
Industrial Engineering
MG 8591 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
	 (Common to Computer and Communication Engineering/Electronics and 		
	 Communication Engineering/Industrial Engineering and Management/			
	Mechanical and Automation Engineering/Mechatronics Engineering)
(Regulations 2017)
Time : Three Hours	Maximum : 100 Marks
Answer all questions
	Part – A	 (10×2=20 Marks)
	 1.	 What is middle level management ? And explain their roles.
	 2.	 Write down any eight principles of Henry Fayol.
	 3.	 Discuss about the various conditions of decision making.
	 4.	 Define strategies and give characteristics of strategy.
	 5.	List out the characteristics of Organizing.
	 6.	 What are the principles of organization structure ?
	 7.	 Define motivation .
	 8.	 What is job design ? And give details about its approaches.
	 9.	 Define control and Mention the purpose of control.
	10.	 What is an operational planning ? And what it must comprise ?
	Part – B	 (5×13=65 Marks)
	11.	 a)	 Explain the different types of business organizations with their merits and
demerits.	
(OR)
		 b)	 Elaborate internal and external factors affecting the organisation culture.
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	12.	 a)	 Discuss about the decision making process in an organization.
(OR)
		 b)	Give information about the classification of strategies according to Michel
Porter and what are the characteristics of strategy ?
	13.	 a)	 Discuss about various types of selection process towards recruitment.
(OR)
		 b)	 Discuss about purpose and process of training.
	14.	 a)	 Discuss about the different modes of communication along with their merits
and demerits. Also highlight role of IT in todays communication.
(OR)
		 b)	Define leadership and discuss about different styles in leadership with their
merits and demerits.
	15.	 a) What are the techniques of budgetary control techniques and non-budgetary
control ?
(O
		 b)	 Discuss the process of control and the barriers of controlling in the organization
with the suitable examples.
	Part – C	 (1×15=15 Marks)
		 (Case Study)
	16.	 a)	Analyze the case and answer the questions :
			Mathew James was the manager at Health-Time, a small but popular fitness
club in a mid-sized college town. Health-Time had found a niche in the local
market, providing high quality aerobics classes and lots of them. The instructors
at Health-Time were superior to those at other facilities around town, and
Health-Time offered high-impact low-impact and step aerobics and body-
sculpting classes. By offering more than 80 classes per week, Health-Time
attracted members who wanted a variety of classes at all times of the day.
The Health-Time also included exercise bikes, stair climbers, treadmills and a
small weight room, but its ‘‘bread and butter’’ was clearly the aerobics program.
			Matt James had recently taken over as manager after working at Health-Time
for Five years as an aerobics instructor. Matt’s classes were popular and he was
justifiably proud of the aerobics program and his part in making it a success.
When he took the job as manager, however, Health-Time was not in good shape
financially. Membership was dropping slightly, and personnel costs were too high.
In his first month as manager, Mworked to streamline the staff
by eliminating the positions of assistant manager and weight room supervisor
and cutting the membership coordinator position to half-time. Though there
was unavoidable unhappiness surrounding these changes, Matt was pleased
that he had reduced the management staff to himself, clarissa (a half-time
bookkeeper) and Mei-Chen (a half-time membership coordinator).
			After a short month as manager , Matt felt that he had the ‘‘office side’’ of
the club in order and he turned his attention to receptionists and aerobic
instructors. He had noticed that many receptionists and aerobic instructors did
not take their jobs as seriously as he would like. The receptionists spent more
time chatting with members than on job tasks (i.e., checking people in, writing
receipts, answering phones and cleaning up during downtime). The aerobics
instructors often ran into their classes with little time to spare and had to rush
to get their cassette tapes ready for class. Instructors and receptionists were
also accustomed to informally swapping shifts and classes when the posted
schedule conflicted with other plans. Almost all of the reception staff and
aerobic instructors were students at the local university. Receptionists were
paid the minimum wage and aerobics instructors were paid about $15.00 per
class taught.
			Matt decided to hold a general meeting to let the aerobics and reception staff
know what he expected now that he was manager. Though he had been their
‘‘buddy’’ when he taught aerobics, he knew that his loyalty now had to be with
the financial success of Health-Time. He truly cared about the club and wanted
to see it thrive for both professional and personal reasons. At the meeting, Matt
told the instructors and receptionists that they all had to pull together for the
good of Health-Time logo. He then explained why he thought they should shape
up and change their behaviors on the job. As his employees slumped in their
chairs, he laid down the law.
			 ‘‘ I know things have been lax around here, he said , ‘‘but the success of Health-
Time depends on everyone pulling together to make this place work. I know
you’re all used to the way things used to be around here, but we have to change.
There’ll be no more idle chatter on the job and every instructor will be prepared
for class at least 15 minutes ahead of time. All changes in the schedule will
go through me. When we do change and when this club is as successful as it
can be, you’ll feel proud to be a part of this place and what we’ve accomplished
together !’’
			 Three weeks later, Matt was perplexed. Three of his receptionists had quit,
tellinghimthattheycouldearnminimumwageelsewhere.Twoaerobicsinstructors
had decided to start teaching at the University Athletic Club rather than at Health-
Time.Althoughtheremainingstaffmemberswerenowfollowinghisrulesregarding
job behavior and scheduling, morale seemed to be at an all-time low.
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‘‘you know, i just can’t understand these people,” matt complained to a friend.
‘‘We’ve got a great thing going with Health-Time. We’re the best aerobics
program in town and they should feel proud to be a part of it. i know i get a
real bang out of making that place the best it can be – i always have, even
when i was just an instructor. But these people just don’t seem to care. and
when i talk to them about the problem, it only gets worse. i even gave them
sweatshirts to get them motivated, but they still quit on me! is it me, or is it
them ? and what should ido now ?
Questions :
1) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using
maslow’s Needs Hierarchy.
2) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using the
expectancy theory of motivation. Discuss the staff’s outcome valences,
effort-to-performance (E-to-p) and performance-to-outcome (p-to-E)
expectancies.
3) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using the
equity theory of motivation. Discuss whether the staff is in a situation
of under reward inequity or over reward inequity and how they are
attempting to restore a feeling or sense of equity.
4) What strategies would you recommend to matt to deal with the problem ?
(OR)
b) Concentration of power OR Delegation of Authority – which one is better for effective/
successful functioning of organisation – Justify your answer.
___________________
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X10732 (mg8591)

  • 1. *X10732* Reg. No. : Question Paper Code : X 10732 B.E./B.Tech. Degree Examinations, NOV./DEC. 2020 Fifth/Sixth Semester Industrial Engineering MG 8591 – PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (Common to Computer and Communication Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering/Industrial Engineering and Management/ Mechanical and Automation Engineering/Mechatronics Engineering) (Regulations 2017) Time : Three Hours Maximum : 100 Marks Answer all questions Part – A (10×2=20 Marks) 1. What is middle level management ? And explain their roles. 2. Write down any eight principles of Henry Fayol. 3. Discuss about the various conditions of decision making. 4. Define strategies and give characteristics of strategy. 5. List out the characteristics of Organizing. 6. What are the principles of organization structure ? 7. Define motivation . 8. What is job design ? And give details about its approaches. 9. Define control and Mention the purpose of control. 10. What is an operational planning ? And what it must comprise ? Part – B (5×13=65 Marks) 11. a) Explain the different types of business organizations with their merits and demerits. (OR) b) Elaborate internal and external factors affecting the organisation culture.
  • 2. -2- *X10732** 12. a) Discuss about the decision making process in an organization. (OR) b) Give information about the classification of strategies according to Michel Porter and what are the characteristics of strategy ? 13. a) Discuss about various types of selection process towards recruitment. (OR) b) Discuss about purpose and process of training. 14. a) Discuss about the different modes of communication along with their merits and demerits. Also highlight role of IT in todays communication. (OR) b) Define leadership and discuss about different styles in leadership with their merits and demerits. 15. a) What are the techniques of budgetary control techniques and non-budgetary control ? (O b) Discuss the process of control and the barriers of controlling in the organization with the suitable examples. Part – C (1×15=15 Marks) (Case Study) 16. a) Analyze the case and answer the questions : Mathew James was the manager at Health-Time, a small but popular fitness club in a mid-sized college town. Health-Time had found a niche in the local market, providing high quality aerobics classes and lots of them. The instructors at Health-Time were superior to those at other facilities around town, and Health-Time offered high-impact low-impact and step aerobics and body- sculpting classes. By offering more than 80 classes per week, Health-Time attracted members who wanted a variety of classes at all times of the day. The Health-Time also included exercise bikes, stair climbers, treadmills and a small weight room, but its ‘‘bread and butter’’ was clearly the aerobics program. Matt James had recently taken over as manager after working at Health-Time for Five years as an aerobics instructor. Matt’s classes were popular and he was justifiably proud of the aerobics program and his part in making it a success. When he took the job as manager, however, Health-Time was not in good shape financially. Membership was dropping slightly, and personnel costs were too high.
  • 3. In his first month as manager, Mworked to streamline the staff by eliminating the positions of assistant manager and weight room supervisor and cutting the membership coordinator position to half-time. Though there was unavoidable unhappiness surrounding these changes, Matt was pleased that he had reduced the management staff to himself, clarissa (a half-time bookkeeper) and Mei-Chen (a half-time membership coordinator). After a short month as manager , Matt felt that he had the ‘‘office side’’ of the club in order and he turned his attention to receptionists and aerobic instructors. He had noticed that many receptionists and aerobic instructors did not take their jobs as seriously as he would like. The receptionists spent more time chatting with members than on job tasks (i.e., checking people in, writing receipts, answering phones and cleaning up during downtime). The aerobics instructors often ran into their classes with little time to spare and had to rush to get their cassette tapes ready for class. Instructors and receptionists were also accustomed to informally swapping shifts and classes when the posted schedule conflicted with other plans. Almost all of the reception staff and aerobic instructors were students at the local university. Receptionists were paid the minimum wage and aerobics instructors were paid about $15.00 per class taught. Matt decided to hold a general meeting to let the aerobics and reception staff know what he expected now that he was manager. Though he had been their ‘‘buddy’’ when he taught aerobics, he knew that his loyalty now had to be with the financial success of Health-Time. He truly cared about the club and wanted to see it thrive for both professional and personal reasons. At the meeting, Matt told the instructors and receptionists that they all had to pull together for the good of Health-Time logo. He then explained why he thought they should shape up and change their behaviors on the job. As his employees slumped in their chairs, he laid down the law. ‘‘ I know things have been lax around here, he said , ‘‘but the success of Health- Time depends on everyone pulling together to make this place work. I know you’re all used to the way things used to be around here, but we have to change. There’ll be no more idle chatter on the job and every instructor will be prepared for class at least 15 minutes ahead of time. All changes in the schedule will go through me. When we do change and when this club is as successful as it can be, you’ll feel proud to be a part of this place and what we’ve accomplished together !’’ Three weeks later, Matt was perplexed. Three of his receptionists had quit, tellinghimthattheycouldearnminimumwageelsewhere.Twoaerobicsinstructors had decided to start teaching at the University Athletic Club rather than at Health- Time.Althoughtheremainingstaffmemberswerenowfollowinghisrulesregarding job behavior and scheduling, morale seemed to be at an all-time low. -3- X 10732
  • 4. ‘‘you know, i just can’t understand these people,” matt complained to a friend. ‘‘We’ve got a great thing going with Health-Time. We’re the best aerobics program in town and they should feel proud to be a part of it. i know i get a real bang out of making that place the best it can be – i always have, even when i was just an instructor. But these people just don’t seem to care. and when i talk to them about the problem, it only gets worse. i even gave them sweatshirts to get them motivated, but they still quit on me! is it me, or is it them ? and what should ido now ? Questions : 1) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using maslow’s Needs Hierarchy. 2) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using the expectancy theory of motivation. Discuss the staff’s outcome valences, effort-to-performance (E-to-p) and performance-to-outcome (p-to-E) expectancies. 3) Describe the motivational problems of the staff at Health-Time using the equity theory of motivation. Discuss whether the staff is in a situation of under reward inequity or over reward inequity and how they are attempting to restore a feeling or sense of equity. 4) What strategies would you recommend to matt to deal with the problem ? (OR) b) Concentration of power OR Delegation of Authority – which one is better for effective/ successful functioning of organisation – Justify your answer. ___________________ X 10732 -4- *X10732*