Administrative Office Management: An Introduction
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The Managerial Process
The Organizing Process
The Communication Process
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activities administrative office manager advantages amount applicant appraisal appropriate areas automated office systems budget chapter chart color communication considered copy cost data processing desktop publishing determine devices disadvantages Discuss disks documents effective efficiency electronic employee's factors filing flextime floppy disks forms functions furniture goals human relations movement Identify impact IMPLICATIONS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE important increasing number individuals input installing interview involved istics job analysis job evaluation keyboard layout leasing magnetic magnetic tape ment method microcomputers microimage motivation needs office employees operations Optical character recognition organization organization's organizational output performance performance appraisal personnel phototypesetters ployees problems procedures punched cards purchase records management responsible salary schedule selection situation skills specific standards step storage stored structure subordinates supervisor tasks technique telephone terminals tion types unit various word processing word processing system