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Operations & Supply Chain management

Most important disciplines of business studies. Though they are often confused with each other and thought to be synonymous, they are quite different from each other. On one hand, where Operations Management is concerned with administration of internal business practices to achieve highest level of efficiency, Supply chain is concerned with external activities starting from procuring materials to delivering final output to the customers in a cost effective and efficient way. Any student eyeing to have a successful career in business, must have a clear understanding of these branches.
Sample Questions:

1. What is the risk mitigation matrix for India in relation to politic, economic, social, operations & Supply chain? The answer should cover each category for Opportunities, external threats & Action for the above types (politic, economic, social, operations & Supply chain.

2. What are the key elements of operations and supply chain management?

3. What are the major concepts defining the field of operations and supply chain management?

4. What are some of the jobs and career opportunities in operations and supply chain management?

5. How does Ikea employ QFD, VA/VE and Eco-design in its operations and supply chain management?

Business Statistics

Business is all about planning, forecasting, decision making based on available raw data. Study of Business statistics helps one to understand such raw data and enables them to take better decisions or make better plans or forecasts. Some of the Business areas where statistics are used mostly are Market Research, Personnel Management, Product planning, Quality control among various others.
Sample Questions: 

1. How can a Christian worldview be applied to business statistics?

2. What are the three significance levels used in business statistics?

3. Business statistics Summarize the differences among nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio levels of measurement.

4. Is a larger sample always better? Why or Why not? Example required.

5.In what ways can business statistics be useful in today’s business enviroment?


Human Resource Management

A Business organization cannot run without people and hence, understanding and managing people effectively is necessary. Human Resource Management deals with this aspect of Business. Various facets of human resource management are Recruitment, training & development, change management & performance appraisal.
Sample Questions:

1. Describe Human Resource Information system, Electronic Human resource management, and sharing of Human resource information. Discuss how each technology can change the practice of human resource management.

2. What are the major differences between traditional human resource management and total quality human resource management? How does total quality human resource management transcend traditional human resource management in regard to providing an environment that is supportive of quality concerns?

3. What is human resource management? Distinguish between a human resource generalist and a human resource specialist.

4. Human resource management involves many human resource activities, acquisition, retention, and development to name a few. Four human resource management activities necessarily linked to organizational strategy and structure are:

1. human resource strategy

2. recruitment and selection

3. performance appraisal

4. training

Conduct research and then describe in detail what is involved in each of these areas of human resource management.

International Business

With the world becoming a global village, now businesses have crossed national and regional boundaries. Therefore, to do business globally and understand its complication, importance of the study of International Business has grown significantly in last decade. The study of international Business mainly deals with cross border trades of goods & services, governmental regulations, legal implications, international transactions etc.
Sample Questions:

1. Make a concept map of the following elements of international business:

· The International Business Environment

· Culture and International Business

· Political Economics and International Business

2. Does government intervention and regulation of international business help or hinder a firm’s international business strategy?

3. Describe the influence the mainly political international institutions have on international businesses and their relevance to international business

4. What is international business? What is strategy management in the context of international business? How is government considered an international business?



As Philip Kotler defined, Marketing is “the science and art of exploring, creating, and delivering value to satisfy the needs of a target market at a profit”. Each and every business is also about making profit by delivering right product/service to its client and there lies the significance of studying marketing. A typical marketing program provides a student with the knowledge of product development, customer identification, promotion and delivery. Some of the more sophisticated areas of study are consumer behavior, social media marketing and international marketing.
Sample Questions:

1. Make an article from this topic: Marketing Myopia

2. compare and contrast four marketing strategies used in mass marketing, direct marketing, micro marketing, and one-to-one marketing.

3. Distinguish between the terms ‘relationship marketing’, ‘direct marketing’, ‘database marketing’ and ‘digital marketing’.

4. Which answer best illustrates the relationship between marketing research, the marketing concept and marketing strategy?


Strategic management

One of the most important areas of business study, Strategic management deals with how an organization plan, monitor, analyze and asses the areas required to meet its goals and objectives. Understanding concepts of Strategic management helps a manager to assess & analyze resources, competitor moves and changing business scenarios, in order develop effective strategies.
Sample Questions:

1. Define strategic management and briefly describe each of the nine steps in the strategic management process.

2. What is strategic management? what are the advantages and disadvantages of using a strategic management process?

3. How strategic management is undertaken by organizations.

4. Why organizations need strategic management?

5.What are the key tasks of strategic management? How these key tasks are related to each other?

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