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might not finish the goal or project. I would also say this is the second most important step in the management functions. Leading is the process of influencing employees to work toward achieving objectives. Usually the third step in the management functions in this technical process. Without good leading in the project, you might lose the objective or goal or one of your team members might lose the objective or goal. If you don’t lead well it can lead to job loss if already in a leading position or might not get an opportunity at a leading job. Control is the process of monitoring and measuring progress and taking corrective action when needed to ensure that objectives are achieved. This normally is the last step in the process but if not executed well can lead to failure to project/goal or just not as well as you thought you were going to do Without controlling some of your team members or coworkers might get off track or even forget to do the project. And failing to complete goal/project can lead to loss of job or no raise/a higher job in the management. These management functions lead to management, team, and goal success. My biggest takeaways from this section of this textbook, first, in which management levels need those functions. Top management performs the functions of planning and organizing.
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  • Spring '18
  • Mark Olson
  • Management, Professor Lee, Jakob Daniels

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