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Operations Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Operations Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction: Similarities and Differences between Products and Services. Basic Manufacturing Process: Casting, Machining, Welding, Shearing Extrusion, Heat Treatment and Unconventional Machining. The Transformation Process: Manufacturing, Service and Hybrid Agile Manufacturing, Operations Strategy. Process Design – Project, Job, Batch, Assembly and Continuous. Factors Effecting Process Design. Functions of Production, Planning and Control. Interface of Product Life Cycle and Process Life Cycle.
Unit–II
Long – Range Capacity Planning: Capacity Planning, Line Balancing, Facility Location and Facility Layout. Service Facility Layout. Aggregate Planning: Aggregate Demand, Criteria for Selecting Aggregate Plans , Aggregate Plans for Service and Mathematical Models for Aggregate Planning. Master Production Scheduling: Objective, Procedure and Time Frame. Sequencing of Operations: n-Jobs with One, Two and Three Facilities. Maintenance Management: Repair Programmes, Break Down, Preventive and Corrective Maintenance. Maintenance Issues in Service Organizations.
Unit–III
Work Study and Service Management: (a) Work Study : Definition and its Advantages and the Various Components. Techniques of Methods Analysis and Work Measurement. (b) Service Management: Nature of Services. Types of Service Operations- Quasi Manufacturing, Customer as Participant and Customer as Product. Scheduling Challenges in Various Service Operations, Value Creation through Service. Service Quality , Culture and Innovation.
Unit–IV
Materials Management: Need and Importance of Materials Management. Materials Requirement Planning, Manufacturing Resource Planning. Purchase Management: Sources of Supply of Materials, Selection, Evaluation and Rating of Vendors.Methods of Vendor Rating. Value Analysis: The Concept and its Role in Cost Reduction.
Unit–V
Stores Management: Inventory Decision: Need, Functions and Significance of Inventory, Safety Stock. Deterministic Models of Inventory: Purchase and Manufacturing Models without and with Shortages. Probabilistic Models of Inventory:Fixed Order Quantity Systems and Fixed Period Quantity Systems. Stores Management: Functions of Stores and Materials Control. Classification, Codification, Simplification and Standardization of Materials. Bin Card, Double-Bin and Stores Ledger. Selective Inventory Control: ABC, XYZ, VED, FSN and SDE Analysis.

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Organizational Development, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Human Resource (Elective-II), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Organizational Development, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Human Resource (Elective-II), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
General Introduction to OD: Overview of the Field of OD – Definitions of OD – A Short History of OD and its Evolution – Growth and Relevance of OD – Characteristics of OD – Values, Assumptions, and Beliefs in OD.
Unit–II
Foundations of OD: Models and Theories of Planned Change – (a) Lewin’s Change Model (b) Burke-Litwin Model (c) General Model of Planned Change – Systems Theory – Participation and Empowerment – Teams and Team Work – Parallel Learning Structures – A ‘Normative-Reductive’ Strategy of Changing – Applied Behavioral Science – Action Research as a Process and as an Approach.
Unit–III
Managing the OD Process: Diagnosis – The Six-Box Model – The Action Component – OD Interventions and their Nature – An Overview of Classification of OD Interventions – Planning Choosing and Implementing of an Intervention Strategy – Evaluating and Institutionalizing OD Interventions – The Program Management Component – Conditions for Optimal Success of OD – Issues in Consultant – Client Relationship.
Unit–IV
Human Process Interventions: Human Process Approaches: T-Groups – Process – Consultation – Third Party Intervention – Team Interventions – Techniques and Exercises used in Team Interventions: Role Analysis Technique – Role Negotiation Technique – Responsibility Charting – Force Field Analysis – Broad Team Building Interventions. Organizational Process Approaches: Organization Confrontation – Inter-Group Relations Interventions – Grid OD.
Unit–V
Techno-Structural and Strategic Interventions: Techno-Structural Interventions: Structural Design – (i) Restructuring Organization – Downsizing – Reengineering (ii) Employee Involvement: Quality Circles – Total Quality Management (iii) Work Design: Engineering Approach – System Approach. Strategic Interventions: Organizational Transformation and its Characteristics – Culture Change – Self- Designing Organizations – Organizational Learning.

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International Finance, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, (Finance Elective-II), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

International Finance, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, (Finance Elective-II), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
International Financial System: Evolution of International Financial System–Gold Standard, Bretton Woods Standard, Floating Exchange Rate, EMS, Currency Board, Sterilized and Unsterilized Intervention; International Financial Markets, Global Financial Institutions – IMF, Bank for International Settlements; International Banking-Euro Bank, Types of Banking Offices-Correspondent Bank, Representative Office, Foreign Branch, Subsidiary Bank, Offshore Bank; International Financial Instruments – Euro CP, Eurobonds, Foreign Bonds, Global Bonds, Euro Equity, ADR, GDRs.
Unit–II
Foreign Exchange Market: Distinctive Features and Types, Major Participants, Participants in Foreign Exchange Market, Structure of Foreign Exchange Market in India, Exchange Rate Mechanism – Quotes in Spot Market and Forward Market, Triangular Arbitrage; Nominal Effective Exchange Rate (NEER), Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER); Currency Derivatives – Forwards, Futures, Forward Rate Agreement, Options, Swaps; Foreign Exchange Management Act; BOP, BOP Trends in India; Current Account Convertibility, Capital Account Convertibility, Tarapore Committee Report.
Unit–III
Exchange Rate Determination & Risk Management: Theories of Exchange Rate Behaviour, Parity Conditions – Purchasing Power Parity, Interest Rate Parity, International Fisher Effect, Unbiased Forward Rate Theory. International Debt Crises and Currency Crises- Asian Currency Crisis, Greek Debt Crisis; Risk Management in Multinational Corporations – Types of Risk – Currency Risk, Transaction Exposure, Translation Exposure, Economic Exposure and Assessment; Interest Rate Risk, Country Risk Assessment – Political Risk, Financial Risk; Risk Management through Hedging – Natural Hedges, Hedges with Currency Derivatives – Forward Market Hedge, Options Market Hedge, Money Market Hedge, Hedging Exposure through Swaps, Other Financial and non Financial Methods of Hedging.
Unit–IV
Multinational Corporate Decisions in Global Markets: Nature of International Finance Functions and the Scope of International Financial Management, IFM and Domestic FM, Foreign Investment Decision-Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) – Motives, FDI Theories – Theory of Comparative Advantage, OLI Paradigm of FDI in India, Modes of Foreign Investment, Evaluation of Overseas Investment Proposal using NPV and APV; International Cash Management, Multinational Capital Structure Decision, Cost of Capital, International Portfolio Diversification – Rationale, Barriers, Home Country Bias.
Unit–V
International Tax Environment: Types of Taxation–Income Tax, Withholding Tax, Value Added Tax, Tobin Tax; Tax Environment– Worldwide Approach, Territorial Approach, Foreign Tax Credits; Tax Havens, Organisation Structure for Reducing Tax Liabilities – Branch and Subsidiary Income, Payments to and From Foreign Affiliates, Controlled Foreign Corporation; Netting, Offshore Financial Centres, Reinvoicing Centre, Tax Havens; Objectives of Taxation – Tax Neutrality Tax Equity; Double Taxation Avoidance, Tax Implications of Foreign Enterprises in India; Taxation of Foreign Source Income in India; Transfer Pricing (TP) and Tax Planning – TP Methods, TP Rules in India.

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Financial Risk Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Finance (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Financial Risk Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Finance (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction: The Concept of Risk, Nature, Need and Scope of Risk. Source, Measurement, Identification and Evaluation of Risk. Types of risk – Product Market Risk and Capital Market Risk. Possible Risk Events, Risk Indicators, Risk Management Process – Pre-requisites and Fundamentals. Misconceptions of Risk. An Integrated Approach to Corporate Risk Management. Risk Management Approaches and Methods. A Comprehensive view of Risk in Financial Institutions. Risk Reporting Process – Internal and External.
Unit–II
Measurement and Management of Risk: Value at Risk (VaR): The Concept, Computation, Stresses Testing, Back Testing. Cash Flow at Risk (CaR): VaR and CaR to make Investment Decisions. Managing Risk when Risk is Measured by VaR or CaR Non-Insurance Methods of Risk Management-Risk Avoidance, Loss Control, Risk Retention and Risk Transfer. Asset-Liability Management (ALM): Evolution & Concept, RBI Guidelines. Capital Adequacy. Management of Interest Rate Risk, Liquidity Risk, Credit Risk and Exchange Rate Risk.
Unit–III
Techniques and Tools of Risk Management: Forward Contracts and Futures Contracts The Concept of Derivatives and Types of Derivatives. The Role of Derivative Securities to Manage Risk and to Exploit Opportunities to Enhance Returns. Individuals, Speculators, Hedgers, Arbitrageurs and other Participants in Derivatives Market. Forward Contracts: Definition, Features and Pay-off Profile of Forward Contract. Valuation of Forward Contracts. Forward Contracts to Manage Commodity Price Risk, Interest Rate Risk and Exchange Rate Risk. Limitations of Forward Contract. Futures Contracts: Definition. Clearing House, Margin Requirements, Marking to the Market. Basis and Convergence of Future Price to Spot Price. Valuation of Futures Contract. Differences Between Forward Contracts and Futures Contracts. Risk Management with Futures Contracts – the Hedge Ratio and the Portfolio Approach to a Risk – Minimizing Hedge.
Unit–IV
Techniques and Tools of Risk Management:SWAPS: Definition, Types of Swaps. Interest Rate Swaps, Currency Swaps. Interest Rate Swaps: Mechanics of Interest Rate Swaps. Using Interest Rate Swaps to Lower Borrowing Costs, Hedge against Risk of Rising and Falling Interest Rates. Valuation of Interest Rate Swaps. Pricing of Interest Rate Swaps at Origination and Valuing of Interest Rate Swaps After Origination. Currency Swaps: Types of Currency Swaps. Valuation of Currency Swaps. Using Currency Swaps to Lower Borrowing Costs in Foreign Country, to Hedge Against Risk of a Decline in Revenue, to Hedge Against Risk of an Increase in Cost, to Hedge Against Risk of a Decline in the Value of an Asset, to Hedge Against Risk of a Rise in the Value of a Liability. Pricing of Currency Swap at Origination and Valuing of Currency Swap After Origination.
Unit–V
Techniques and Tools of Risk Management:Options: Definition of an Option. Types of Options: Call Option, Put Option, American Option and European Option. Options in the Money, at the Money and out of the Money. Option Premium, Intrinsic Value and Time Value of Options. Pricing of Call and Put Options at Expiration and Before Expiration. Options on Stock Indices and Currencies. The Binominal Option Pricing Model (BOPM): Assumptions - Single and Two Period Models. The Black and Scholes Option Pricing Model (BSOPM): Assumptions.

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Decision Support Systems, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Systems (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Decision Support Systems, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Systems (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction: Evolution of DSS – Definition of DSS – Need and Benefits of DSS. Decision Making Process – Types of Decisions, A Framework for DSS Support – DSS as Information System – Types of DSS – Individual, Group.
Unit-II
Development and Implementation of DSS and Models in DSS: DSS Architecture – Hardware, Software Tools for DSS – Approaches to Development – Implementation, Models in DSS – Types of Models.
Unit-III
Group DSS and Groupware: Group Decision Making – Problems with Groups – MDM Support Technologies – Distributed Group DSS – Distributed DSS Technologies – Executive Information Systems – Definition – EIS Components – Making the EIS Work – The Future of Executive Decision Making and the EIS.
Unit-IV
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Expert System (ES): Definition of Artificial Intelligence – Artificial Intelligence VS. Natural Intelligence – The Intelligence of AI – Expert Systems – Definition, Structure of ES – Designing and Building ES – Benefits of ES – Examples of ES – Intelligent Software Agents.
Unit-V
Data Ware Housing and Data Mining: Data Ware House – Definition – Data Marts, Data Stores, Meta Data – Characteristics of Data Ware House – Data Warehouse Architecture – Implementing Data Warehouse. Data Mining – Definition – Online Transaction Processing Techniques Use to Mine Data, Data Mining Techniques – Limitations of Data Mining – Data Visualization.

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Operations Research, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Operations Research, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction: (i) Introduction to OR - Origin, Nature, Definitions, Managerial Applications and Limitations of OR. (ii) Linear and Non- Linear, Integer, Goal [Multi-Objective] and Dynamic Programming Problems (Emphasis is on Conceptual Frame Work-no Numerical Problems. (iii) Linear Programming: Mathematical Model, Formulation of LPP, Assumptions Underlying LPP, Solution by the Graph, Exceptional Cases.
Unit–II
Allocation Model - I: (i) LPP - Simplex Method - Solution to LPP Problems Maximisation and Minimisation Cases Optimality Conditions. Degeneracy. (ii) Dual - Formulation, Relationship Between Primal - Dual, Solution of Dual, Economic Interpretation of Dual. (iii) Sensitivity Analysis and its Implications.
Unit–III
Allocation Model - II: (i) Transportation Problem (TP) - Mathematical Model, IBFS using Northwest Corner Rule, Row and Column Minimum Methods, Matrix Minimum Method (LCM) and Vogel’s Approximation Method, Unbalanced TP, Degeneracy, Optimality Test and Managerial Applications. (ii) Assignment Problem (AP): Mathematical Model, Unbalanced AP, Restricted AP, Method of Obtaining Solution- Hungarian Method. (iii) Travelling Salesman Problem, Managerial Applications of AP and TSP.
Unit–IV
Network Models (i) Network Fundamentals- Scheduling the Activities - Fulkerson’s Rule – CPM - Earliest and Latest Times - Determination of ES and EF in the Forward Pass - LS and LF in Backward Pass Determination of Critical Path, Crashing, Time Cost Trade Off. (ii) PERT-Beta Distribution, Probabilistic Models, Calculation of CP, Resource Analysis and Allocation.
Unit–V
Waiting Line / Competitive Strategy Models (i) Queuing Theory - Concepts of Queue/Waiting Line - General Structure of a Queuing System - Operating Characteristics of Queues, Deterministic Queuing Models - Probabilistic Queuing Model – Cost Analysis - Single Channel Queuing Model - Poisson Arrival and Exponential Service Times with Infinite Population. (ii) Game Theory - Concepts, Saddle Point, Dominance, Zero-Sum Game, Two, Three and more Persons Games, Analytical Method of solving Two Person Zero Sum Games, Graphical Solutions for (m x 2) and (2 x n) Games. (iii) Simulation- Process of Simulation, Applications of Simulation to Different Management Problems.

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Innovation Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, (Inter-Disciplinary Course), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Innovation Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, (Inter-Disciplinary Course), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction to Management of Research and Development: Introduction about R&D, Traditional view of R&D, R&D Management and the Industrial Context, R&D Investment and Company Success, Classifying R&D, Operations that make up R&D, Integration of R&D, Strategic Pressures on R&D, Technology Leverage and R&D Strategies.
Unit–II
Managing R and D Projects: Allocation of Funds to R&D Projects, Setting R&D Budgets, Levels of Expenditure. Changing Nature of R&D Management, Organizing Industrial R&D, Acquisition of External Technology, Forms of External R&D.
Unit–III
Effective Research and Development Management: Managing Scientific Freedom, Link with Product Innovation Process, Effect of R&D Investment on Products, Evaluating R&D Progress, Evaluation Criteria.
Unit–IV
Innovation Management: Importance of Innovation, Innovation and Invention, Successful and Un-Successful Innovations, Types of Innovations, Innovation and Management Process.
Unit–V
Managing Innovation within Organizations: Organizations and Innovation, Organizational Characteristics that Facilitate Innovation, Organizational Structures and Innovation, Role of Individual in Innovation, IT Systems and their Impact on Innovation.

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E-Business, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

E-Business, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, As per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction: E-Business and Global Economy, E-Business – Advantages and Disadvantages, E-Business Value Chains, E-Business Models – B2B, B2G, C2C, C2G. E-Business Infrastructure – Internet, Intranet, Extranet and W W W – Online Payment Basics – E-Cash, E-Wallets, Stored Value Cards.
Unit-II
E-Business Environment and E-Marketing: Legal, Ethical and Taxation Issues – Legal Environment of E-Business, Use and Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in Online Business – Online Crime, Ethical Issues, Taxation Issues. E-Marketing – Web Marketing Strategies, Communicating with Different Marketing Segments, Advertising on Web – E-Mail Marketing, Creating and Maintaining Brands, Search Engine Positioning and Domain Names.
Unit-III
Mobile Commerce Basics: Introduction to Mobile Commerce – Scope, Benefits, Limitations of Mobile Commerce, M-Commerce Framework, M-Commerce Business Models, E-Commerce VS M-Commerce, Mobile Commerce Services – Types of M-Commerce Services, Mobile Commerce Applications.
Unit-IV
Mobile Commerce Technology: Wireless and Mobile Communication – Wireless Communication, Satellite Communication Mobile Communication Systems, Mobile Phone Cellular Network, Mobile Access Technology – Mobile Communication Standards, 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G Systems. Key Palyers – Mobile Devices, Mobile Service Providers – Mobile Commerce Service Providers.
Unit-V
Mobile Commerce Applications: Mobile Products – Mobile Banking – M-Banking Business Models, M-Banking Technologies, M-Banking Services, Advantages and Challenges. Mobile Ticketing – Process, Applications, Advantages, Apps, M-Ticket Providers. Mobile Payment Systems – Characteristics, Models, Privacy and Security Issues, M-Payment Service Providers. Mobile Computing – Nomadic or Ubiquitous, Business Applications of Mobile Computing, Mobile Value Added Services, Privacy Security and Legal Issues Relating to M-Commerce.

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Promotion and Distribution Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem (Marketing Elective-II) As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Promotion and Distribution Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem (Marketing Elective-II) As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Marketing Communications: The Nature of Marketing Communications. The Integration of Marketing Communication. Integrated Marketing Communication Planning Process. Model of Marketing Communications Decision Process. Establishing Objectives and Budgeting for the Promotional Programme.
Unit–II
Developing Integrated Marketing Communications: Creative Strategy Development. Process of Execution of Creative Strategy: Appeals, Execution Styles and Creative Tactics. Media Planning & Strategy: Developing Media Plans & Strategies and Implementation with IMC Perspective.
Unit–III
Personal Selling: Role of Personal Selling in IMC Programme. Integration of Personal Selling with Other Promotional tools. Personal Selling Process and Approaches. Evaluating, Motivating and Controlling Sales Force Effort.
Unit–IV
Sales Promotion and Support Media: Sales Promotion - Objectives, Consumer and Trade Oriented Sales Promotion. Developing and Operating Sales Promotion for Consumers & Trade: Sales Promotion Tools: Off - Shelf Offers, Price Promotions, Premium Promotions, Prize Promotions. Coordinating Sales Promotions and Advertisement. Support Media – Elements of Support Media and their Role. Direct Marketing, the Internet & Interactive Marketing, Publicity and Public Relations. Monitoring, Evaluating & Controlling Promotion Programme.
Unit–V
Distribution Management: Role and Functions of Channels of Distribution. Distribution Systems. Distribution Cost, Control and Customer Service. Channel Design and Selection of Channels, Selecting Suitable Channel Partners. Motivation and Control of Channel Members. Distribution of Services, Market Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

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Product and Brand Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem (Marketing Elective-I) As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Product and Brand Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem (Marketing Elective-I) As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Product and Branding Decisions: Product, Policy, Objectives, Product Mix, Product Line, Packaging, Product Modification and Deletion. Brand Management: Branding, Brand Positioning, Repositioning Strategies and Brand Loyalty, Brand Equity, Brand Management Practices.
Unit–II
Product Market Evolution: Strategy and Planning. New Product Development: Innovation and New Product Development (NPD), Theories of NPD, Models of NPD, Generic Product Development Process. New Product Introduction,Growth Strategies Intensive, Interactive, Diversification Strategies. Product Portfolio Analysis BCG, GE, Ad Little. Shell International, Risk-return Analysis.
Unit–III
Product Modification and New Product Introduction: Idea Generating Device. Role of R & D. Product Maps, Market Maps and Joint Space Maps. Idea-Screening. Product Concept Generation, Concept Selection, and Concept Testing, Product Architecture, Design for Manufacturing, Prototype Product.
Unit–IV
Market Segmentation: Market Structure Analysis. Preference Segmentation. Perceptual Mapping, Preference – Choice Models, Wind Robertson Market Model, BRANDAID Model and Defender Model, DESIGNR, and PREFMAPS – Flow Charts and Concepts. Business Analysis-Cost Behavior-Learning Curve Analysis. Innovation Diffusion and Adoption Process- Demand Analysis–First Purchase and Repeat Purchase, Trial and Repeat Models.
Unit–V
Product Development and Testing: Product Launching, Six Guiding Principles of Product Launching, Pre-testing, Test Marketing, Marketing Mix Allocations. Planning Annual Budget and Strategy. PLANOPT Model & MARMIX Model. Organization for Product Management.

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Compensation Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Human Resource (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Compensation Management, MBA (O.U) III-Sem, Human Resource (Elective-I), As Per the CBCS Syllabus, Low Price Latest 2019 Edition

Syllabus

Unit-I
Introduction to Strategic Compensation Management: Concept of Compensation – Exploring and Defining the Compensation Context – System of Compensating – Compensation Dimensions – Concept of Reward – Role of Compensation in Organization – Non-Financial Compensation System – Concept of Total Reward System – New Trends in Compensation Management – The 3-P Compensation Concept.
Unit-II
Compensation and Employee Behaviour: Bases for Traditional Pay System and Modern Pay System – Establishing Pay Plans – Aligning Compensation Strategy with HR Strategy and Business Strategy – Seniority and Longevity Pay – Linking Merit Pay with Competitive Strategy – Incentive Pay – Person Focus to Pay – Team Based Pay.
Unit-III
Designing Compensation System: Building Internally Consistent Compensation System – Creating Internal Equity Through Job Analysis and Job Valuation – Building Market Competitive Compensation System – Compensation Surveys – Integrating Internal Job Structure with External Market Pay Rates – Building Pay Structures that Recognize Individual Contributions – Constructing a Pay Structure – Designing Pay for Knowledge Program.
Unit-IV
Employee Benefits Management: Components – Legally Required Benefits – Benefits Administration – Employee Benefits and Employee Services – Funding Benefits Through VEBA – Costing the Benefits – Components of Discretionary Core Fringe Compensation – Designing and Planning Benefit Program – Totally Integrated Employee Benefit Program.
Unit-V
Contemporary Strategic Compensation Challenges: International Compensation and Competitive Strategies – Executive Compensation Packages – Compensating Executives – Compensating the Flexible Workforce – Contingent Employees and flexible work Schedules – Compensation for Expatriates and Repatriates – Strategic Issues and Choices in Using Contingent and Flexible Workers.