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MODULE 11 CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS. “What gets measured happens”. What is important to know about the control process?. What are some organizational control systems and techniques?. CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Control Systems Module Guide 11.1.
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MODULE 11 CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS "What gets measured happens" What is imperative to think about the control procedure? What are some authoritative control frameworks and systems?

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CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Control Systems Module Guide 11.1 Controlling is one of the four administration capacities. Control starts with goals and gauges. Control measures real execution. Control contrasts results and targets and models. Control makes restorative move as required. Control concentrates on work information sources, throughputs, and yields.

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CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Control Systems Controlling The way toward measuring execution and making a move to guarantee coveted outcomes

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CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Control Systems Output Standard Measures execution brings about terms of amount, quality, cost, or time. Input Standard Measures work endeavors that go into an execution assignment

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CONTROL SYSTEMS Types Of Control Systems Management By Exception Focuses consideration on significant contrasts amongst wanted and genuine execution Feedforward Controls Ensure the correct headings are set and the correct asset sources of info are accessible f Concurrent Controls Ensure the correct things are being done as a major aspect of work process operations Feedback Controls Ensure that last outcomes are up to fancied principles

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CONTROL SYSTEMS Types Of Control Systems

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CONTROL AND CONTROL SYSTEMS Organizational Control Systems and Techniques MODULE GUIDE 11.2 Control concentrates on work data sources, throughputs, and yields. Administration by destinations coordinates arranging and controlling. Representative train is a type of administrative control. Quality control is an establishment for Total Quality Management. Acquiring and stock controls spare expenses. Breakeven examination demonstrates where incomes will square with expenses.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES Management By Objectives MBO (Management By Objectives) A procedure of joint target setting amongst predominant and subordinate

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ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES Employee Discipline is the demonstration of impacting conduct through revile. Dynamic Discipline binds censures to the seriousness and recurrence of rowdiness. Administration TIPS "Hot stove principles" of worker teach • Issue a decry promptly. A hot stove blazes the first occasion when you touch it. • Direct an impugn toward somebody\'s activities, not their identity. A hot stove doesn\'t hold feelings of spite, embarrass individuals, or acknowledge pardons. • Apply an upbraid reliably. A hot stove blazes any individual who touches it, and it does as such unfailingly. • Provide an educational revile. A hot stove tells a man what to do to maintain a strategic distance from getting singed once more: "Don\'t touch." • Give the censure inside a strong setting. A hot stove passes on warmth however with a Inflexible lead: "Don\'t touch." • Support a revile with the significant principles. The Don\'t-touch-a-hot-stove manage isn\'t a power play, an impulse, or a feeling existing apart from everything else; it is an essential control of reason.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES Quality Control Total Quality Management (TQM) focuses on quality targets, nonstop change, and doing things right the first run through. Quality Circle is a little gathering that meets routinely to talk about methods for enhancing work quality. Four Absolutes of Quality Control 1. Quality means conformance to norms. Laborers must know precisely what execution models they are relied upon to meet. 2. Quality originates from deformity anticipation, not desert amendment. Authority, preparing, and train must forestall deserts in any case. 3. Quality as an execution standard must mean abscond free work. The main adequate quality standard is flawless work. 4. Quality spares cash. Doing things right the first run through recoveries the cost of remedying poor work.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES Purchasing And Inventory Controls Purchasing Control purchasing what is required at the correct quality, at a decent cost, and for on-time conveyance. Inventory network Management utilizes data innovation to connection providers and buyers in cost effective ways. Stock Control guarantees that stock is just sufficiently huge to address quick issues. Monetary Order Quantity submits new requests when stock levels tumble to foreordained focuses. In the nick of time Scheduling courses materials to workstations without a moment to spare for utilize.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND TECHNIQUES Breakeven Analysis Breakeven Point is the time when incomes parallel expenses Breakeven Analysis computes the time when deals incomes take care of expenses. Instructions to Calculate a Breakeven Point Breakeven Point = Fixed Costs/(Price - Variable Costs)

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