power sharing

Power SharingPower sharing is the very spirit of democracy. A democratic rule involves sharing power with those affected by its exercise, and who have to live with its effects. All communities, social groups get their say in the governance. People have a right to be consulted on how they are to be governed. A legitimate government is one where citizens acquire a stake in the system; through participation.

Power Sharing in India:India is a democratic country. People of India elect their representative

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AGRARIAN SPACE: It is the land where agrarian activities are undertaken.

RURAL SPACE: It refers to the non-urban areas that are used for agrarian activities, amongst many other activities.

AGRICULTURE: It is concerned with cultivating the soil and growing crops in order to obtain food and raw materials. It includes the preparation of plant products for people to use and their distribution to markets.

LIVESTOCK FARMING: It is concerned with domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting to produce

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Test 1

Module 2 – Introduction to Management

Planningà plan around activities, how and what resources.

Leading à motivate people and making sure goals are being achieved

Organizingàorganize resources

Controlling à accountable about what happens

Profità  primary goal is to earn a profit after all business expenses have been paid.

Non-profit à primary objectives are focused on serving society.

Business History Eras

Colonial Period (Prior to 1776) à Focus was centered on rural and agricultural production.

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Ethnocentrism: refers to judging other cultures using own cultural standards. Ego: Individual who is the central and starting point in kinship studies, that allows marking the origin of a specific genealogy and set the name of the remaining relatives. Empathy: Understand the other person perspective.

. Cultural anthropology: “The learned set of traditions and lifestyles, socially acquired, of the members of a society, including their patterned, repetitive ways of thinking, feeling and acting  Read More


Elements of the Transactional  Communication Model

Environment: fields of experience that help make sense of others’ behavior. Sender: one trying to get message across. Receiver: the one getting message. Noise: prevents message from being sent (types: external, physiological, psychological). Message: what’s  being communicated. Channel: the medium where messages are exchanged.

Insights from the Transactional Communication Model

1. Sending and receiving are usually simultaneous (Since both people

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[0:38, 25/9/2019] Caty Calliera: Operation Management: The business function responsible for planning, coordinating, and controlling the resources needed to produce products and services for a company. Characteristic: -A management function -An organization’s core function -In every organization. OM Transforms inputs to outputs: (Inputs are resources such as People, Facilities and Processes, Material, Technology and Information – Outputs are finished goods and services). OM’s Transformation Read More