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Managing Self and Staff; Innovative Opportunities Marie Smith, PharmD PHRX 4050 Sept 26, 2011
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Management Concepts Management Supervision Leadership Change Management 2 Source: DILBERT, March 8, 2010
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Management Management is …. . Act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively Comprises planning , organizing , staffing , leading or directing, and controlling an organization or effort for the purpose of accomplishing a goal. Manage people, time, money, technology, projects, business processes, risk, facilities Talent management is critical - in health care, greatest business asset is people 3
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Management Peter Drucker: business management “guru” Established management as a discipline (1954) Introduced the idea of decentralization “No business without a customer" Customer-oriented marketing approach Focus on opportunities, not just problems Understand your competitive advantage 4 A manager is responsible for the application and performance of knowledge . Peter Drucker
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“Management" refers to people involved in (big) four general functions: » Planning » Organizing » Leading » Coordinating activities These functions recur throughout the organization and need to be highly integrated 5 VS.
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Planning Identification of goals, objectives Methods & resources needed to carry them out Responsibilities and dates for completion of tasks 6
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Organizing Needed to achieve the goals & objectives in an optimum fashion 7
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Leading Setting direction for the organization Vision, mission, goals, strategic planning Communicating the direction Influence people to follow that direction A leader needs followers…. Leading and learning constant process Leadership is defined by results Capital “L” and small “l” 8 Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. Peter Drucker
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Controlling/Coordinating activities Occurs with the systems, processes and structures in place to effectively and efficiently reach goals and objectives including: Collection of feedback Monitoring and adjustment of systems, processes and structures If it can be measured it can be done 9
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Supervision Supervisor is responsible for the productivity and performance of group of employees Supervisor is a first-line manager; has some manager-like roles, responsibilities, and influences Two of the key differences between a Supervisor and a
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2011 for the course PHAR 4030 taught by Professor Dr.miller during the Spring '11 term at UConn.

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