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Module1 Managers and the Managers and the Management Process Management Process
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Module 1 What does it mean to be a manager? What do managers do? What issues and concerns complicate the new workplace?
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3.1 What it means to be a manager 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 Effective Management 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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A Different Perspective THE MEANING OF MANAGEMENT Effective Management
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1.2 What Managers Do Managers work is often intense and demanding Managers plan, organize, lead and control Managers enact informational, interpersonal and decisional roles Managers pursue action agendas and engage in networking Managers use a variety of technical, human, and conceptual skills Managers learn from experience
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course MGT 3315 taught by Professor Waner during the Spring '11 term at UCM.

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