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Management, Leadership, and  the Internal Organization Chapter 7
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Define management and the three types  of skills necessary for managerial  success. Explain the role of vision and ethical  standards in business success. Summarize the benefits of planning and  distinguish strategic, tactical, and  operational planning. Describe the strategic planning process. 1 Learning Goals Contrast the types of business  decisions and list the steps in the  decision-making process. Define leadership and compare  different styles of leadership. Discuss the meaning and  importance of corporate culture. Identify the five major forms of  departmentalization and four main  types of organization structures. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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Management  is the process of achieving organizational  objectives through people and other resources . What is Management?
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Top Management Develop long-range  strategic plans  for  the organization. Inspire  executives  and employees to  achieve their vision  for the company’s  future.
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Middle Management Focus on  specific  operations , products,  or customer groups  within an organization.   Responsible for  developing  detailed  plans and procedures   to implement the firm’s  strategic plans.
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Supervisory Management Implement the plans  developed by middle  managers. Responsible for non- manager employees. Motivate workers  to  accomplish daily,  weekly, and monthly  goals.
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Technical skills  Manager’s ability to understand and use the  techniques, knowledge, and tools and equipment of a  specific discipline or department.  Human skills  Interpersonal skills that enable a manager to work  effectively with and through people.
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