M.Com (Co-operative Management)Chhattisgarh University
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Cooperative management, also co-management, tries to achieve more effective and equitable systems of resource management. In cooperative management, representatives of user groups, the scientific community and government agencies should share knowledge, power and responsibility. Cooperative management is closely allied with collaborative management, participatory management, community management, joint management and stakeholder management.
Cooperative Management is a vital part of the management of corporate organizations. Larger firms seek skills in financial analysis and the use of financial tools for capital budgeting, cash management, hedging and risk management. Smaller firms need people with multiple skills, and reward them with the opportunity to make more direct contributions to the success of a firm at very early stages in their careers.