Unformatted text preview: standards. What do the four functions have in common? Promoting growth, continuity, and success within the organization are all common goals of the four managerial functions. How do managers at different levels apply the four functions of management? All levels of management use the four managerial functions. The responsibility of the manager is to determine what his or her organizations goals are and how to achieve them. Top-management uses all four functions because they are responsible for the overall picture of the organization. Middle-management uses more organization and administrative types of control. Frontline-management uses more leading and control to ensure productivity. Reference: Bateman, Thomas S. &amp; Snell, Scott A. (2009). Management: Leading &amp; Collaborating in a Competitive World (8 th ed.)....
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- Spring '10
- Management, managerial functions, Bateman