Observation;

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This method of fact-finding requires the analyst to participate in performing some activities carried out the user. The analyst may choose to watch as the users perform their activities and gather the facts intended. Guidelines when using observation include: Read More …

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Ways of Improving Human Relations

Office Administration study

Creation of congenital work environment Provide enlightened leadership and set examples Democratic and permissive climate in the organization Proper and speedyredress of staff grievances Personal attention to staff problems Well planned communication systems Abundant opportunities for personal growth Treat staff Read More …

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HUMAN RELATIONS

Office Administration study

Is an approach to the theory of management which emphasizes the individual workers need for satisfactory relationship with other members of his work group and his need to participate in decision that affect significantly his work

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Office Correspondence

Office Administration study

They also called mails. mailing which is the process of receiving and sending letters in any organization Mails may be divided into three parts incoming mails outgoing mails interdepartmental mails Incoming mails Incoming mails section handles all correspondence coming to Read More …

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Reprographic Services

Office Administration study

Photocopying Is a process of obtaining a copy of a document directly from the original with photographic details Is only used when few copies are required or when on exact photographic reproduction is necessary Advantages Exact copies without losses of Read More …

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