INVITATION TO MANAGEMENT

INVITATION TO MANAGEMENT - V. THE FIVE FUNCTIONS OF...

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Page 1 of 3 INVITATION TO MANAGEMENT (CHAPTER 1) MGT 3200 I. WHAT IS MANAGEMENT? A. A DEFINITION B. TWO KEY CONCERNS C. A MANAGER’S MOST IMPORTANT RESOURCE D. ART OR SCIENCE? II. HOW DID MANAGEMENT BECOME IMPORTANT AND WHY IS STILL SIGNIFICANT TODAY? A. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: FOREVER CHANGING HOW WORK WAS PERFORMED B. THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS LEADING TO THE NEED FOR PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT III. THE MANAGEMENT PYRAMID A. FIRST-LINE MANAGERS B. MIDDLE MANAGERS C. TOP MANAGERS IV. OTHER TYPES OF MANAGERS A. LINE VS. STAFF MANAGERS B. FUNCTIONAL VS. GENERAL MANAGERS
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C. ADMINISTRATORS VS. MANAGERS
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Unformatted text preview: V. THE FIVE FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT (FAYOL) A. THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS B. THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF THE FIVE FUNCTIONS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT VI. MANAGERIAL ROLES (MINTZBERG) A. INTERPERSONAL B. INFORMATIONAL C. DECISIONAL VII. MANAGERIAL SKILLS (KATZ) A. TECHNICAL B. HUMAN C. CONCEPTUAL D. DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS REQUIRED AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT VIII. MANAGERIAL SUCCESS A. ARE EFFECTIVE MANAGERS SUCCESSFUL MANAGERS? 1. A STUDY BY FRED LUTHANS (1988) 2 Page 3 of 3...
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