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Managing Business a. Process Management A company's success could not be separated from the ability of the management team.

Process management is the planning, organizing, directing, and controlling company resources to achieve its goals. The first part of the planning process, involving three steps and determine what companies should do and how to achieve it. The steps (setting goals, strategies to meet objectives, tactical and operational plans to implement the strategy) of the company down the road of success or failure.Management will then see the management of corporate resources and activities into the structure, a prolific goal-oriented.Hardest task that management can take action that is needed is to guide and motivate employees to meet company goals.Finally, the management process will require performance monitoring company to ensure that it is meeting its objectives. In order to keep the focus of management, managers are classified in an organization, according to the level and areas of responsibility. Management has three basic levels: upper, middle and first line managers. First-line managers are the most abundant while upper-level managers, typically, has the smallest number and be on top of the stairs. So it comes with a power hierarchy and complexity of their task increased as a ladder up.Top managers are responsible for overall organizational performance and effectiveness. They reported to the board of directors and shareholders. President, vice president, chief financial officer, chief executive officer of all titles of top management. Middle managers implement the decisions of top management, strategy and policy. Holds the position of middle managers who have considerable autonomy and importance.Middle management positions will include plant managers, operations managers, and division managers. Managers spend most of their time to supervise employees and first line managers. Supervisor, office manager, and leader of the firstline managers. Depending on their management skills, managers, from all levels, holding positions in different areas of management: human resources, operations, marketing, and financial information. b. Basic Management Capabilities The success of people to enjoy a position is often limited by their skills and abilities. Areas of skill development include: technical, human relations, conceptual, decision-making, and time management skills. Development of these skills determines the success of each manager. However, because of the complexity of these skills, it is difficult to find a manager who excels in all areas. The combination of education and experience will develop the technical skills required to perform specific tasks. Conceptual skills require the ability to think "outside the box". More specifically, think abstractly, to diagnose and analyze the different situations, and see beyond the present situation. The ability for a manager to define the problem and choose the best course of action depends on the decision-making skills. Time management skills require the use of productive time by the manager. Poor time management skills will result in additional costs and wasted productivity. As technology and the business world continues to blend together, the effectiveness of a manager and feasible will increase with the addition of a global and technological skills.