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Management sept 21st - Brittney Acevedo Professor Jalajas Who are managers Thats a very important question to ask Managers might not be who or what

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Brittney Acevedo Professor Jalajas Who are managers? That’s a very important question to ask. Managers might not be who or what you might expect. In class so far, we have learned that managers can be different ages, genders, and a wide range of different businesses. Technically a manager is someone who coordinates and oversees the work of other people so that organizational goals can be accomplished. There are three different levels of managers. There are first-line managers, middle managers and top managers. Managers have four different functions they have to perform. The four functions they must perform are planning, organizing, leading and controlling, which leads to achieving the organizations stated purposes. Managers also have different roles expected of them. Interpersonal roles consist of a figurehead, a leader and a liaison. Informational roles consist of a monitor, a disseminator and a spokesperson. Decisional roles consist of an entrepreneur, a disturbance handler, a resource allocator and a negotiator. There are also three important skills a manager has to obtain. The most important skill is human skills which mean they have to be good
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course MGMT 12 taught by Professor Jalajas during the Spring '11 term at Long Island U..

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Management sept 21st - Brittney Acevedo Professor Jalajas Who are managers Thats a very important question to ask Managers might not be who or what

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