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Managers and

Management

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Learning Outcomes
Describe the difference between managers
and operatives
Define the term management
Compare efficiency and effectiveness
Describe the four management processes
Discuss the three levels of managers

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Learning Outcomes
Review the essential roles of management
Learn whether the managers job is generic
Analyze four skills of successful managers
Describe the value of studying management
Learn how humanities and social science
courses are relevant to management

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Common
Common Characteristics
Characteristics
of
of Organizations
Organizations

Goals

Structure

People

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Supervise
Others
Top
Managers
Middle
Managers
First-Line
Managers
Operative Employees

Work
on Jobs

The Levels of an Organization

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How Do We Define
Management?

Ends
Effectiveness
Goals

Low
Waste

High
Attainment

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Goal Attainment

Resource Usage

Means
Efficiency

Planning

Organizing

The Process
of Management
Leading

Controlling

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The Roles of
Management

Decisional

Informational

The Mintzberg
Studies

Interpersonal
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Is The Managers
Job Universal?
Level in the Profit Versus
Organization
Non-Profit

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The Roles That Managers Play


Small Firms
Spokesperson

Importance

Large Firms

High

Resource Allocator

Entrepreneur
Figurehead
Leader

Moderate

Disseminator

Low

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Liaison, Monitor
Disturbance Handler
Negotiator

Entrepreneur

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Contemporary
Management Issues
Decision
Making

National
Borders
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Handling
Change
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Conceptual

Interpersonal

General Management Skills

Technical

Political
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Specific Management
Skills
Handling conflicts
Motivating employees
Solving problems
Handling information
Growing and developing
Controlling the environment
Organizing and coordinating

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Management Competencies
Management Charter Initiative (MCI)
Initiate and implement change and improvement
Monitor, maintain, and improve delivery
Monitor and control the use of resources
Allocate resources effectively
Recruit and select personnel

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Management Competencies
Management Charter Initiative (MCI)
Develop teams, individuals, and self
Plan, allocate, and evaluate work
Create, maintain, and enhance relationships
Seek, evaluate, and organize information
Exchange business information

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Management Issues

The Importance
of Management

The Study
of Management

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Management and
Other Disciplines
Anthropology
Economics
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology
Political Science

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