An analysis of the importance of management control through a sound theory of control and overall operating strategy.
This paper discusses the importance of management control to the running of any business and examines how the process of control has changed with the introduction of the internet. Factors affecting effectiveness of management control, elements of the control system, key management control activities and the Internet’s effect on management control systems are detailed.
Doing business is simply mathematics by other means – all a question of keeping equations in balance on both sides. Labor must be balanced with capital. Resources with allocation. Customers with services or goods. Workers with rewards. The only way that such balances can be instituted and maintained is through a system of management control. At the heart of any well-run business operation is a sound theory of control and overall operating strategy. This paper looks at the importance of management control to the running of any business and examines how the process of control has changed with the introduction of the internet.
Below are your Module 2 Part 2 discussion questions. Please remember to respond to the correct question. Also, please refer to my comments from last week for ways you can improve.
If the first letter of your last name begins with:
A-I — Always answer question 1.
J-R — Always answer question 2.
S-Z– Always answer question 3.
1. What is a neuron? What is its structure? What of the functions of the different parts of the neuron? What are the three most important structural changes in the brain during adolescence? What happens (or changes)? Be sure to answer all these questions.
2. Explain the concept of “zone of proximal development.” Then, provide two of your personal examples of this as a child and an adolescent (one for each).
3. Link Piaget’s cognitive stages to the physical changes in the brain. Explain all stages, but be particularly specific during the adolescent stage.