That leads me on to my next point informational roles All roles in this

That leads me on to my next point informational roles

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That leads me on to my next point: informational roles . All roles in this category involve processing information. First role is Monitor . In this role, you regularly seek out information related to your organization and industry, looking for relevant changes in the environment. You also monitor your team, in terms of both their productivity, and their well-being. Usual tasks of Monitor are scanning/reading trade press, periodicals, reports; attending seminars and trainings; maintaining personal contacts. Second role is Disseminator . This is where you communicate and disseminate potentially useful information to your team and others within the organization. His job responsibilities are to send memos and reports; inform staffers and subordinates of decisions. Third role is Spokesperson . Managers represent and speak for their
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organization. In this role you're responsible for transmitting information about your organization and its goals to the people outside it. Spokesperson usually passes on memos, reports and informational materials; participates in various conferences/meetings and reports progress. We can find a bright example of an efficient manager who worked with information in Russian history. I think we all know who Vladimir Lenin is, right? He was looking for needed information about Russian political situation, and when he found it, he generated some new ideas and put them across his colleagues. After that he gave his famous speech from an armored car in Petrograd to let the society realize which ideas he spread. That’s all I wanted to say about informational roles. Now let’s talk about the last type of managerial roles: decisional roles. The managerial roles in this category involve using information. This category will differ from previous ones because it will have 4 diverse roles. The first one is Entrepreneur. As a manager, you create and control change within the organization. This means solving problems, generating new ideas, and implementing them. His main duties are to implement innovations and to plan for the future. The second role is Disturbance Handler. When an organization or team hits an unexpected roadblock, it's the manager who must take charge. You also need to deal with disputes or problems and take corrective action s. Settling conflicts between subordinates and overcoming
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