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ISBN: 9789380222325    Publisher: GenNext Publication Year of publishing: 2010     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 364        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Amit Gupta, Chairman, JIMS, is an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce and IIFT. Doctorate in Management from GGS Indraprastha University, he is a member of many Committees...Read more
Description About The Author:- Amit Gupta, Chairman, JIMS, is an alumnus of Shri Ram College of Commerce and IIFT. Doctorate in Management from GGS Indraprastha University, he is a member of many Committees of Indraprastha University and holds membership of various national educational associations, namely, National HRD Network, All India Management Association, and Association of Indian Management Schools etc. He was recently selected among 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. He was also conferred the prestigious title of "Man of the Year-2003" by the American Bibliographical Institute for his overall accomplishments and contribution to Society. The Institute of Economic Studies has also conferred on him Shiksha Ratan Award and Gold Medal for his outstanding contribution to the development of professional education in India.,Ravi K. Dhar is the Director of Jagannath International Management School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. With more than 24 years of teaching experience, 20 of which have been in university departments in Shillong and Ludhiana, he has also taught at Jammu and Addis Ababa and lectured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In the course of his work, he has traveled to Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Ethiopia and Sweden. Prior to joining JIMS, he was the Director of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies, affiliated to GGS IP University. Dr. Dhar also dabbles in poetry and blogging. He has a poetry homepage on www.kavitanjali.com and a blog, http://ravikdhar.blogspot.com/ . ,Silky V. Kushwah is currently Assistant Professor of Finance, Jagannath International Management School, New Delhi. With over 5 years of teaching and research experience, she has around 27 research publications to her credit in national and international journals of repute. Her main area of specialization is financial markets and institutions. At present, she is working on her new book, Business Economics.Contents:- Contents, Preface, Introduction, List of Contributors, SECTION-I : HUMAN RESOURCE, 1. HR Footprints - The Human Resource Facts, V.K. Verma, • The Question Arises • HRM-1 (No Risk) • HRM-2, (Moderate Risk) • HRM-3 (High Risk) • Respect HR, Mangers has no Respect Among the Employees and the, Management • Event Manager • Strategic Partner •, Employee Advocate • Change Champion, 2. Organizational Climate and Managerial Effectiveness, in the Pharmaceutical Sub-Sector: A Comparative Study, R. C. Dangwal, G.S. Batra, Arun Sacher, V.K. Kohli, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • III Results and Discussion • Study of Interrelationships, • IV Conclusion, 3. Impact of Training on Knowledge Skill and Business, Performance, Mohammad Israrul Haque, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • Training Initiative - Bharti Televenture Limited •, 11, 13, 25, 31, 42, 59, 6 Indian Management : Thought and Practice, Knowledge Score Evaluation • On-the-job Skill Score, Evaluation • Correlation between Output Parameters •, Findings Related To Hypotheses Number 1 • Findings, Related To Hypotheses Number 2 • Findings Related To, Hypotheses Number 3 • IV Conclusion, 4. Work-life Balance: A Strategic Approach for Employees, S. Solamalai, • What Work-Life Balance Is Not Related To • Work-Life, Balance Issues • Strategic Approach for Work-Life Balance, • Working Wlb Strategies and Organizational Benefits •, Need for Future Directions • Conclusion, SECTION-II : FINANCE, 5. Disclosure Practices in India as Per Accounting, Standard I : A Critique, Geeta Manmohan, •Nature of Accounting Policies, 6. Target Costing for Effective Cost Management an, Empirical Study of Current Practices, Parmjit Kaur, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • III Results and Discussion • IV Conclusion, 7. Economic Factors and Prediction of Index Returns, Simranjeet Sandhar, Silky Vigg Kushwah, Navita, Nathani., • Economic Analysis and International Investment • I, Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • Hypothesis • III Results and Discussion • IV Conclusion, 8. Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in India- A Snap, Shot, Ch. Satyanarayana, Ch. Srikanth Verma, • Materials and Methods • The Conceptual Discussion, 93, 105, 113, 139, 157, Contents 7, • Determinants of Financial Leverage • Case Studies •, Case 2: Infoline Ltd. • Conclusion, 9. Finanacial Leverage the Illustrative Corporate Study, Sandeep Goel, • I Research Design and Methods • II Results and, Discussion • III Conclusion, 10. Mergers and Acquisitions in Indian Pharmaceutical, Industry, Anand Sharma, Sumesh S. Dadwal, Parveen K. Singh, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • III Results and Discussion • IV Conclusion, 11. Efficiency of Indian Capital Market to React Adequately, to the Announcement of Quarterly Yearnings: A Study in, Capital Goods Industry, M. Selvam, SECTION-III : MARKETING, 12. Operational Efficiency and Effectiveness of Telecom, Services a Case of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. in J&K, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • III Result and Discussion • IV Conclusion, 13. Customer Evaluation of Service Quality a Study of Mobile, Service with Special Reference to Gwalior, Vijay Kumar Pandey, Parveen Sahu, • II Research Design and Methods •III Results and, Discussion •IV Conclusion, 14. Tourism and Knowledge Management Towards Better, Reconciliation, Bedanta Bora, Anindita Adhikary Bora, Sujit Sikidar, • I Review of Literature • II Research Design and Methods, • III Results and Discussion • Knowledge Stocks and, 169, 180, 197, 217, 249, 265, 8 Indian Management : Thought and Practice, Mapping • Capturing Knowledge • Codifying Knowledge, • Knowledge Flows • Barriers To Knowledge Management, Application • IV Conclusion, 15. Marketing of Branded Dairy Milk Products - A Survey, of Consumers and Milk Vendors, Santosh Singh Bais, • I Research Design and Methods • Period of the study, • II Results and Discussion • Purchase Decision Maker, • Change in Product • Source of Information about Brand, • Findings of the study • Scheme of Recommendations, • III Conclusion, SECTION-IV : BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, 16. Post-WTO Patenting in Asia: A Comparative Study of, Three Asian Tigers, Mahua Biswas, • I Research Design and Methods • II Results and, Discussion • Resident Patent Filing • III Conclusion •, Suggestions, 17. Managing Climate Change: New Opportunities for Trade, S. Ramakrishna, • I Climate Talks and Birth of Carbon Credit and Trading, • II The Kyoto Protocol • III Obligations of Developed, Countries • IV The CDM and the Developing Countries •, V Top Emitters of CO2 in the World • VI The Problem of, Chindia - The New Emering Economy • VII Emissions, Trading and the 'Cap and Trade' System • VIII Carbon, Credits - Tradeable Instruments • IX Future Scenario of, The Market • India's Share of The Market • X Recent, Developments • XI Initiatives Taken by India • Market for, Environmental Goods • Climate Change and the Indian, Firms • XII Conclusion, 276, 311, 323, Contents 9, 18. Relevance of Information Asymmetry Models a Study of, Indian IT Sector, Sujata Kapoor, Kanwal Amit, • I Research Design and Methods • Relationship Between, Dividend and Earnings • II Results and Discussion • III, Conclusion, 19. Corporate Governance Practices in India - A Case Study, of Reliance Capital Limited, K. Sasi Kumar, M. Pardha Saradhi, • What is Corporate Governance? • Necessity of Corporate, Governance • Governance Practices Beyond Regulatory, Requirements • Boardroom Practices • Composition of, Board of Directors • Audit Committee • Nomination/, Remuneration Committee • Conclusion, Index, 332, 344, 355About The Book:- Indian Business And Industry In The 21St Century Has Witnessed Mind Boggling Changes On Account Of The Opening Up Of The Economy In Late 20Th Century. The Onrush Of Competition From Across The Indian Shores And The Unleashing Of The Enterprising Spirit Within The Nation Changed The Business And Economic Scenario To Such A Great Extent That Managing Business With The Paradigms Of The Previous Century Became Extremely Unfeasible And Incompatible. In Such A Scenario Not Only The Private Sector But Also The Public Sector Repositioned Itself To Survive And Flourish In A Seamless Global Market.The Chapters Included In This Book Mirror This Concern With The New Reality. They Spotlight Attention On The Attempt Of Indian Business Organisations To Reinvent Themselves To Fulfill Their Strategic Intent And Contribute To The Overall Welfare And Well Being Of Each Of Their Stake Holders. They Also Focus Attention On The Nature Of Changes That Management Has Undergone In The Indian Context, In The Specific Areas Of Human Resource, Finance And Marketing. The Studies Included Here Show That While The Private Sector Organizations Are Capitalizing On The Liberalized Business Environment, The Public Sector Companies And Corporations Too Are Emerging Out Of Their Bureaucratic Comfort Zones To Give The Private Sector Run For Money. Some Of The Studies Also Look At The Changes In The Regulatory And Policy Environment And Are More Or Less Eulogistic About Them. It Is Our Conviction That This Book Will Act As A Window On A New And Resilient India Incorporated As Compared To The Times When Business And Industry Clamored For Protection Against The Opening Up Of The Economy., About The Author:- Amit Gupta, Chairman, Jims, Is An Alumnus Of Shri Ram College Of Commerce And Iift. Doctorate In Management From Ggs Indraprastha University, He Is A Member Of Many Committees Of Indraprastha University And Holds Membership Of Various National Educational Associations, Namely, National Hrd Network, All India Management Association, And Association Of Indian Management Schools Etc. He Was Recently Selected Among 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals Of The 21St Century By International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England. He Was Also Conferred The Prestigious Title Of "Man Of The Year-2003" By The American Bibliographical Institute For His Overall Accomplishments And Contribution To Society. The Institute Of Economic Studies Has Also Conferred On Him Shiksha Ratan Award And Gold Medal For His Outstanding Contribution To The Development Of Professional Education In India.,Ravi K. Dhar Is The Director Of Jagannath International Management School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. With More Than 24 Years Of Teaching Experience, 20 Of Which Have Been In University Departments In Shillong And Ludhiana, He Has Also Taught At Jammu And Addis Ababa And Lectured In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In The Course Of His Work, He Has Traveled To Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Ethiopia And Sweden. Prior To Joining Jims, He Was The Director Of Tecnia Institute Of Advanced Studies, Affiliated To Ggs Ip University. Dr. Dhar Also Dabbles In Poetry And Blogging. He Has A Poetry Homepage On Www.Kavitanjali.Com And A Blog, Http://Ravikdhar.Blogspot.Com/ . ,Silky V. Kushwah Is Currently Assistant Professor Of Finance, Jagannath International Management School, New Delhi. With Over 5 Years Of Teaching And Research Experience, She Has Around 27 Research Publications To Her Credit In National And International Journals Of Repute. Her Main Area Of Specialization Is Financial Markets And Institutions. At Present, She Is Working On Her New Book, Business Economics., Content:- Contents, Preface, Introduction, List Of Contributors, Section-I : Human Resource, 1. Hr Footprints - The Human Resource Facts, V.K. Verma, • The Question Arises • Hrm-1 (No Risk) • Hrm-2, (Moderate Risk) • Hrm-3 (High Risk) • Respect Hr, Mangers Has No Respect Among The Employees And The, Management • Event Manager • Strategic Partner •, Employee Advocate • Change Champion, 2. Organizational Climate And Managerial Effectiveness, In The Pharmaceutical Sub-Sector: A Comparative Study, R. C. Dangwal, G.S. Batra, Arun Sacher, V.K. Kohli, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Iii Results And Discussion • Study Of Interrelationships, • Iv Conclusion, 3. Impact Of Training On Knowledge Skill And Business, Performance, Mohammad Israrul Haque, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Training Initiative - Bharti Televenture Limited •, 11, 13, 25, 31, 42, 59, 6 Indian Management : Thought And Practice, Knowledge Score Evaluation • On-The-Job Skill Score, Evaluation • Correlation Between Output Parameters •, Findings Related To Hypotheses Number 1 • Findings, Related To Hypotheses Number 2 • Findings Related To, Hypotheses Number 3 • Iv Conclusion, 4. Work-Life Balance: A Strategic Approach For Employees, S. Solamalai, • What Work-Life Balance Is Not Related To • Work-Life, Balance Issues • Strategic Approach For Work-Life Balance, • Working Wlb Strategies And Organizational Benefits •, Need For Future Directions • Conclusion, Section-Ii : Finance, 5. Disclosure Practices In India As Per Accounting, Standard I : A Critique, Geeta Manmohan, •Nature Of Accounting Policies, 6. Target Costing For Effective Cost Management An, Empirical Study Of Current Practices, Parmjit Kaur, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Iii Results And Discussion • Iv Conclusion, 7. Economic Factors And Prediction Of Index Returns, Simranjeet Sandhar, Silky Vigg Kushwah, Navita, Nathani., • Economic Analysis And International Investment • I, Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Hypothesis • Iii Results And Discussion • Iv Conclusion, 8. Cross-Border Mergers And Acquisitions In India- A Snap, Shot, Ch. Satyanarayana, Ch. Srikanth Verma, • Materials And Methods • The Conceptual Discussion, 93, 105, 113, 139, 157, Contents 7, • Determinants Of Financial Leverage • Case Studies •, Case 2: Infoline Ltd. • Conclusion, 9. Finanacial Leverage The Illustrative Corporate Study, Sandeep Goel, • I Research Design And Methods • Ii Results And, Discussion • Iii Conclusion, 10. Mergers And Acquisitions In Indian Pharmaceutical, Industry, Anand Sharma, Sumesh S. Dadwal, Parveen K. Singh, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Iii Results And Discussion • Iv Conclusion, 11. Efficiency Of Indian Capital Market To React Adequately, To The Announcement Of Quarterly Yearnings: A Study In, Capital Goods Industry, M. Selvam, Section-Iii : Marketing, 12. Operational Efficiency And Effectiveness Of Telecom, Services A Case Of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. In J&K, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Iii Result And Discussion • Iv Conclusion, 13. Customer Evaluation Of Service Quality A Study Of Mobile, Service With Special Reference To Gwalior, Vijay Kumar Pandey, Parveen Sahu, • Ii Research Design And Methods •Iii Results And, Discussion •Iv Conclusion, 14. Tourism And Knowledge Management Towards Better, Reconciliation, Bedanta Bora, Anindita Adhikary Bora, Sujit Sikidar, • I Review Of Literature • Ii Research Design And Methods, • Iii Results And Discussion • Knowledge Stocks And, 169, 180, 197, 217, 249, 265, 8 Indian Management : Thought And Practice, Mapping • Capturing Knowledge • Codifying Knowledge, • Knowledge Flows • Barriers To Knowledge Management, Application • Iv Conclusion, 15. Marketing Of Branded Dairy Milk Products - A Survey, Of Consumers And Milk Vendors, Santosh Singh Bais, • I Research Design And Methods • Period Of The Study, • Ii Results And Discussion • Purchase Decision Maker, • Change In Product • Source Of Information About Brand, • Findings Of The Study • Scheme Of Recommendations, • Iii Conclusion, Section-Iv : Business Environment, 16. Post-Wto Patenting In Asia: A Comparative Study Of, Three Asian Tigers, Mahua Biswas, • I Research Design And Methods • Ii Results And, Discussion • Resident Patent Filing • Iii Conclusion •, Suggestions, 17. Managing Climate Change: New Opportunities For Trade, S. Ramakrishna, • I Climate Talks And Birth Of Carbon Credit And Trading, • Ii The Kyoto Protocol • Iii Obligations Of Developed, Countries • Iv The Cdm And The Developing Countries •, V Top Emitters Of Co2 In The World • Vi The Problem Of, Chindia - The New Emering Economy • Vii Emissions, Trading And The 'Cap And Trade' System • Viii Carbon, Credits - Tradeable Instruments • Ix Future Scenario Of, The Market • India'S Share Of The Market • X Recent, Developments • Xi Initiatives Taken By India • Market For, Environmental Goods • Climate Change And The Indian, Firms • Xii Conclusion, 276, 311, 323, Contents 9, 18. Relevance Of Information Asymmetry Models A Study Of, Indian It Sector, Sujata Kapoor, Kanwal Amit, • I Research Design And Methods • Relationship Between, Dividend And Earnings • Ii Results And Discussion • Iii, Conclusion, 19. Corporate Governance Practices In India - A Case Study, Of Reliance Capital Limited, K. Sasi Kumar, M. Pardha Saradhi, • What Is Corporate Governance? • Necessity Of Corporate, Governance • Governance Practices Beyond Regulatory, Requirements • Boardroom Practices • Composition Of, Board Of Directors • Audit Committee • Nomination/, Remuneration Committee • Conclusion, Index, 332, 344, 355
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