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Behavioural theories;
Leadership theories that idenitified behaviours that differentiated effective leaders from ineffective leaders.;
Beliefs;
Assumptions and convictions that a person holds to be true regarding people, concepts, or things.;
Benchmark Measures;
A set of measurements (metrics) that is used to establish goals for performance improvements. These are often derived from other firms that display "Best In Class" performance.;
Benchmarking;
The process of measuring the organization's products, services, cost, procedures, etc. against competitors or other organizations that display a "best in class" record.;
Brainstorming;
A technique for teams that is used to generate ideas on a subject. Each person on the team is asked to think creatively and write down as many ideas as possible. After the writing session, the ideas are discussed by the team.;
Building;
An activity focused on sustaining and renewing the organization. It involves actions that indicate commitment to the achievement of group or organizational goals: timely and effective discharge of operational and organizational duties and obligations; working effectively with others; compliance with and active support of organizational goals, rules, and policies.;
Bureaucracy;
1. an administrative system, especially in a government, that divides work into specific categories carried out by special departments of nonelected officials 2. the nonelected officials of an organization or department 3. complex rules and regulations applied rigidly 4. a state or organization operated by a hierarchy of paid officials ;
Business;
1. The techniques and expertise of setting strategies, efficient organization, planning, direction, and control of operations to meet specific goals and to reward stakeholders.. employees, stockholders etc. 2. Activities involving the exchange of money for goods or services.;