Areas of Business
Akista M. Pope
University of Phoenix
Professor Marvin Jones
From human resources, marketing, payroll, operations, sales, and accounting this are all areas of business that is needed for a company. Each department represents a component that is a necessity in the development of a multifaceted company. Operations and marketing are two functional areas that interest me as an aspiring manager. Each department that peaks interest for any aspiring to get into management would be the operations and marketing department. In the operation department the idea of pushing concepts and services deals mainly with motivation, because it true that a happy employee is a productive employee. In the marketing department as manager your planning process is the key to a successful team and the delivery showing to the public. Well motivating performance and driving incentives the leadership team in this department would need to be quick thinkers and rational.
Areas of Intrest
When you purchase a car you buy a completed project. Each project works great due to several different components and features that make the car run smoothly. Just like that new Dodge Challenger or Chrysler 300 a company has multiple areas that help it operate. Each area has specific functions and outcomes that are needed to make it prosper and grow. From human resources, marketing, payroll, operations, sales, and accounting this are all areas of business that is needed for a company. Each department represents a component that is a necessity in the development of a multifaceted company. Particularly, I find the operations and marketing are the two areas of business that peaks an aspiring career in management. Operations
One department that peaks interest for any aspiring to get into management would be the operations department. Being a member of leadership or the management team for operations there is a lot of knowledge and social skills...
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Economic and Political Weekly , Vol. 23, No. 9 (Feb. 27, 1988), pp. M2-M3
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Article Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4378166
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