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ch02 - MODULE 2 THE MANAGEMENT PROC S ES What does it mean...

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MODULE 2 THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS “Everyone becomes a manager someday” What does it mean to be a manager? What do managers do?
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THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS The Meaning Of Management MODULE GUIDE 2.1 Organizations have different types and levels  of management Accountability is a cornerstone of  managerial performance Effective managers help others achieve  performance and satisfaction Managers must meet multiple and changing  expectations
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THE MEANING OF MANAGEMENT Types and Levels of Management
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THE MEANING OF MANAGEMENT Accountability Accountability The requirement of one person to answer to a higher authority for performance achieved in his or her area of work responsibility.
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THE MEANING OF MANAGEMENT EffectiveManagement Effective Managers Meet both performance and satisfaction goals. Performance relates to achieving organizational goals Satisfaction relates to QWL (quality of work life)
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THE MEANING OF MANAGEMENT Effective Management A Different Perspective
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