Industrial Management, 1/e

Industrial Management, 1/e

Authors : D K Bhattacharyya

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About the Author

D K Bhattacharyya :- Dr Dipak Kumar Bhattacharyya, Director, Camellia School of Business Management, Kolkata and Shantiniketan, has an illustrious academic background with a Ph.D in Management from University of Calcutta and a Master’s degree in Economics from the Jadavpur University.

Dr Bhattacharyya has more than ten years of experience in training functions, right from programme designing to programme delivery in all areas of management. He has been in the academia for around fifteen years and has held esteemed positions like Dean of Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Management and Director of Institute of Engineering and Management in Kolkata. He has also been the Director of Centre for Management Education, All India Management Association, New Delhi. Dr Bhattacharya has more than seventy-five research publications to his credit and has authored ten books on management.


About the Book

In today's complex business environment, engineering and management issues cannot be segregated. Integration of Industrial Management with the technicalities of engineering functions yields better results. In keeping with the needs of engineering degree and diploma students, Industrial Management studies the basic concepts of management and all other management-related aspects, which are considered valuable for engineering students. The book would certainly be the most effective one in the coverage of its content, as it was developed browsing through the syllabuses of various universities and technical institutions both in India and abroad. USP: This book with its comprehensive coverage of topics, both practical and operational, would make the would-be engineers confident of taking significant workplace/management decisions, thus enhancing their employability.


    Introduction to Industrial Management: Concept, Nature, Process and Significance
  • Organizational Planning
  • Organizing
  • Staffing in Organization
  • Direction and Motivation in Organization
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Control
  • Coordination in Organizations
  • Forms of Organization
  • Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behaviour and Employee Perception
  • Training, Development and Performance Appraisal
  • Communication in Organizations
  • Industrial Relations (IR) and Labour Welfare
  • Introduction to Production and Operations Management
  • Production Planning and Control
  • New Product Planning and Development
  • Scheduling and Sequencing of Production
  • Work Study
  • Maintenance Management
  • Quality Management Practices
  • Marketing Management
  • Materials Management and Inventory Control

Key Features

  • Equips students to apply various managerial tools and techniques for improved decision-making
  • Reinforces engineering knowledge and skills with management inputs, to groom the engineering students as future managers
  • Uses simple and lucid language keeping in view the need of the students
  • Includes illustrative examples, models, mathematical problems and solutions to help students relate to the theoretical explanations