A case study presented to Mr. Jeruel Ezpinazo
Department of Business Management
College of Management and Economics
Visayas State University
ViSCA, Baybay City, Leyte
In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the course
Mgmt 101 (CONCEPTS AND DYNAMICS OF MANAGEMENT)
Sendiong, Shahoneylou L.
Alvero, Cristine JoyC.
Galia, Diana Mel G.
Salva, Sheva Mae F.
Granada, Rio Anthonette R.
Zarco, Rizah G.
Maraña, Asuncion R.
Rosal, Ma. Jesseca C.
Raboral, Jackielou A.
Tabiolo, Rudymar M.
Background of the Study
Entering in the business world is a big responsibility. You don’t know what would be the result, you just hold onto it and taking risk. What is Business? Is business a factory? a store? an office? Or is it more than these? According to the book of General Business by Ernest H. Crabbe and Paul L. Salsgiver. When we think of business we are likely to have in mind a particular building where goods are made, or where goods and services are sold. But business is more than a building. It is the activity of people whose work supplies the goods or services we want that we call business. To provide things we want, people operate stores, factories, electric power plants, railroads, mines and many other business. Every person in this country who is working in some worthwhile job, from the newsboy to the highest-paid executive, is playing his part in business
Business Organization it is a group or a unit of people working together with a common objective of profit maximization and at same time satisfaction of human needs and wants by producing goods and services.
Management is “the art of getting things done through people.” Getting things done. Thus, managers are task oriented, achievement oriented, and people oriented. And they operate within an organization a group of people who work together to achieve some specific purpose. More formally, management is defined as (1.) the pursuit of organizational goals efficiently and effectively by (2) integrating the work of people through (3) planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the organization’s resources. Management is the process of designing and maintaining an environment in which individuals, working together in groups, efficiently accomplish selected aims. Management applies to any kind of organization. It applies to managers at all organizational levels. The aim of all managers is the same: to create a surplus. Managing is concerned with productivity: this implies effectiveness and efficiency. In the end, however, recall what Odette Pollar said: “If you truly like people and enjoy mentoring and helping others to grow and thrive, management is a great job.”
The study focuses on the private workers because almost the entire establishment that is found on Baybay City, Leyte was privately owned. It is easy to conduct the survey because it has a lot of establishment and near to the University. According to Jeffrey Pfeffer and John F. Veiga “An important distinguishing characteristic of high performing organization is that their managers don’t consider people as a cost to be controlled but rather as valuable strategic assets to be carefully nurture.” Meaning manager should treat and value their workers and consider them as an important factor.
Objectives of the Study
Generally, the study aims to determine the best and worst traits of the manager in Baybay City, Leyte as observed by the workers. Specifically, this study seeks to:
1) Identify the best traits of the manager as observed by the workers.
2) Identify the worst traits of the manager as observed by the workers.
3) Determine the effects of traits showed by the manager to the workers performances.
4) Recommend traits that manager...