Principles of Management CLEP STudy Guide|
Principles of Management CLEP Test Description
The Principles of Management CLEP test as most CLEP tests, covers the same material that you
be taught in a one semester college level course in management or organizational
behavior. This CLEP test has a lot of overlap with the Organizational Behavior DANTES test as well as the Introduction to Business DANTES test. If you are taking this test, you may want to consider taking the other two as well. This test also includes information on human resources, operations,
logistics and other management styles.
The Management CLEP test covers a lot of terminology and vocabulary based
on this subject area. Memorization is a helpful technique as this will
be 40% of the exam. Understanding theories, human resources, laws, government requirements, operations,
processes, and organization types are important to this test.
This is a great CLEP test to take if you have worked in corporate America as you will be familiar with the terms and situations based on your work experience. This makes it an ideal beginning CLEP test to take.
||CLEP Credits: 3
||CLEP Difficulty: 2
Number of Questions on the CLEP Test: 100
ACE Recommended Passing Score: 50
CLEP Subject Areas Covered:
15-25% Organization and Human Resources
10-20% Operational Aspects of Management
45-55% Functional Aspects of Management
10-20% International Management and Contemporary Issues
Free Sample CLEP Questions Online
| Included in the Principles of Management CLEP Study Guide
- Theory and Practice of Management
- What is managing all about?
- Managing – is it an art or science?
- Management Theories
- The Impact of External Environment
- Types of plans
- Steps in Planning
- Decision Making
- Organizational Theories
- Organizational Structures
- Line and Staff Authority
- Line and Functional Authority
- Delegation of Authority
- Unity of Command
- Centralization and Decentralization
- Organization Charts
- Contingency Theory
- Group Dynamics
- Problem Solving
- Conflict Resolution
- Management by Objectives
- Normal standards in practice
- Managerial control tools (Milestone budgets)
- Human Resource Management
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- Hawthorne Effect
- Theory X & Theory Y
- Personnel Administration
- Performance Appraisals
- Collective Bargaining
- Training and Development
- Training Need Analysis
- Organizational Development
- Legal concerns
- Operational Aspects of Management
- Information processing and Management
- Information and data processing in an organization
- Operations Planning and Control
- Total Quality Management (TQM)
- Work Scheduling
- Sample Test Questions
- Test Taking Strategies
- What Your Score Means
- Test Preparation
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