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Chapter 7 Management &  Leadership
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Know the changes that are occurring today in the  management function Describe the 4 functions of management Describe the organizing function of management Explain the differences between leaders and  managers  Summarize the 5 steps of the control function of  management Overview
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Managers have evolved from decades ago They must rely on organizational resources The definition of work has changed from “specific  time at a specific place” to “something you do  anywhere, anytime.” Management make-up today consists of more  females, younger, and less of an “elite”  background “The process used to accomplish organizational  goals through planning, organizing, leading, and  controlling people and other organizational  resources” Introduction
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Planning Organizing Leading Controlling Four Functions of Management
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Anticipation of trends and determining best  strategies and tactic to achieve the organizations  goals and objectives Setting goals Develop strategies to reach goals  Determine resources needed Set precise standards Planning
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