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ALISON: Fundamentals of Corporate Management


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  • reyas rasheed Oman Managing large scale organisation is huge net work of professionals and experienced level of staffs. Which will be positioned in various level of flow chart( Like: CEO-GM-MGR-Supervisors-Staffs- etc...) Each person is designated for particular assignments or Position of work to be undertaken. With regular and weekly communication among the all levels to make sure the process move smoothly and perfectly in a professional manner.
    2015-02-28 13:02:24

  • Obusitswe John Egypt Large scale organisations generally compose of at least 100 employees and a relatively distinctive difference in terms of roles between the owners and its managers.
    2014-12-18 10:12:03

  • Sajjad Ahmed Bilal United Arab Emirates is'nt 100 employees minimum a rather less number for a supposedly large scale organization?
    2014-11-25 13:11:48

  • Dina Gallanera Bahrain What are the characteristics of large scale organisations?
    2014-11-18 07:11:47

  • maricar pia Philippines how be the large scale much bigger in management??
    2014-10-02 10:10:03

  • Sourindra Mozumder India no question
    2014-09-12 10:09:45

  • Narcis Randrianarivony Madagascar no question
    2014-07-23 11:07:52

  • Ethel Brigildo Philippines What are the basic rules of classification?
    2014-07-09 02:07:05

    • Bea Bianca Sigue Philippines the basic rule is in your heart
      2014-09-17 06:09:36
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