Span of control.
Locus of control.
Designed to influence the employee in a negative manner in order to increase productivity.
An informal method of determining employee training needs.
A formal method of providing feedback to an employee.
Rarely used to define future performance and professional goals.
An operating budget.
A critical path.
None of these
Set high standards and stick to them.
Tell employees only what they need to know to complete their jobs.
Allow employees to be a part of the visioning process.
Put the right person in the right job.
A critical path
Leading and planning.
Controlling and organizing.
Organizing and leading.
Planning and controlling.
All of the above
Establishing line-staff models.
Measuring input-output relationships.
Establishing objectives from which plans emanate.
Setting wages and salaries.
Conducting a performance appraisal.
Deciding on the span of control.
Rating and classifying jobs.
The same for every public health department.
An informal organizational document.
Depicted as a web for non-hierarchical organizations.
A formal planning document.