Organizational management is the process of planning

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Organizational management is the process of planning, organizing, leading and  controlling the efforts of organization members and resources to achieve stated  organizational goals. Decisions, big and small, need to be made everyday, and for an  organization to be effective, its managers need to be able to constantly solve problems  and make decisions that are of benefit to it.  No leadership style is right, wrong, or best for all situations. The most effective approach  for a particular organization being dependent on: the skill levels and experience of the  members of the organization; the type of work involved; the organizational environment  (stable or radically changing, conservative or adventurous). In practice though, a good  leader tends to find him or herself switching instinctively between styles according to the  people and work they are dealing with. 
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