Managers and Management.

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Managers and management.

Managerial competencies, communication, planning and administration, teamwork, strategic action, global awareness and self-management.
Effective managers must pay attention to what goes inside and outside of their organization. Organization is a coordinated group of people who function to achieve a particular goal. Every organization has a structure and strives to achieve goals that individuals acting alone could not reach. All organizations strives, to achieve specific goals, but they don`t all have the same goals. Regardless of an organizations specific goal, the job of managers is to help the organization achieve those goals.

Manager is a person who plans, organizes, leads, and controls the allocation of human, material, financial, and information resources in pursuit of the organizations goals. The many different types of managers include department managers, product managers, account managers, plant managers and task force managers. It is not necessary to be called a manager to be manager. Some manager have creative titles, such as chief information officer, team leader, supervisor, coach also are responsible for helping groups of people achieve a common goal, so they too are managers. Are two types of managers and many ways in which managerial jobs differ from each other. Functional managers- supervise employees having knowledge’s. General managers- are responsible for the operations or more complex units (company). The successful manages capably performs four basic managerial functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. •Planning- involves determining organization goals and means to reach them. •Organizing- is the process of deciding where decisions will be made, who will perform what jobs and tasks, and who will report to whom is the company. •Leading- involves getting other to perform the necessary tasks by motivating them to achieve the organizations goals. •Controlling- the process by which a person,...
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