2-28 The Practice of Management

Otherwise management is what managers do henry

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Unformatted text preview: nagement is The process used to accomplish organizational goals through planning, organizing, leading and controlling people and other organizational resources; Getting work done through others. Otherwise, management is what managers do Henry Mintzberg, “Managing” Managers Manage Managers Information People Actions From Mintzberg, Henry; “Rounding Out the Manager’s Job”, Sloan Management From Review, Fall 1994, 11-26 Review, Functions of Management Functions Planning Organizing Leading Controlling Functions of Management: Planning Functions Setting organizational goals and strategies to Setting attain those goals; attain Determining the resources needed to attain Determining goals; goals; Setting standards. Functions of Management: Organizing Functions Allocating resources, tasks, and procedures for Allocating achieving goals; achieving Preparing an organizational structure that Preparing defines authority and responsibility; defines Recruiting, selecting, training, developing and Recruiting, placing employees. placing Levels of Management Levels Responsibilities of Each Management Level Responsibilities Top Management Change Commitment Culture Environment First-Line Management Middle Management Resources Objectives Coordination Subunit performance Strategy implementation Non-managerial worker Non-managerial supervision supervision Teaching and training Scheduling Facilitation Team Leaders Facilitation External relationships Internal relationships Functions of Management: Leadership Functions Guiding and mot...
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