Levels & functions of mgmt(4) 2Presentation Transcript
LEVELS AND FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT
Levels of Management
Managerial Members :
Chief Executive Officer
Non-Managerial Members :
In this category , workers are included. They are those employees who work directly on the job. The place at which such employees work is known as platform area .As they are at the lowest level of chain in an organization, they do not have any subordinates, that is why they cannot be called managers.
Number of Levels of Management :
Top Level Management
Middle Level Management
Lower Level Management
Top Level Management Middle Level Management Lower Level or Operational Management Plat form Area Board of Directors , Chief Executive Officer, Chairman Managing Director ,General Manager Departmental Manager , Deputy Departmental Manager Supervisors , Foreman Workers or Non-managerial Members
Functions of Top Level Management :-
Controlling the Work Performance
Functions of Middle Level Management :-
Preparing Organizational set-up
Collecting & Submitting Information
Functions of Lower Level Management :-
Submitting Workers Grievances
Ensuring Proper working Environment
Ensuring Safety of Workers
Helping Middle Level Management
Creating better Human Relations
FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT
It means deciding in advance what is to be done in future, how it is to be done and when it is to be done.
Identification alternative course of action
Evaluating alternative courses
Selecting an alternative
Implementing the plan
To give practical shape to planning function, a structure of roles has to be created and maintained.
To know the objectives of the enterprise
Grouping of activities
Assignment of responsibilities
Determination of various activities.
Delegation of authorities
Providing right environment
It involves manning the various positions created by the organizing process.
Estimating manpower requirements
Recruitment and selection of staff
Training & Development
Promotion & Transfer
Orientation of staff
It is related with instruction, guiding and inspiring human factor in the organization to achieve organizational objectives.
Controlling means regulating the activities of the departments in accordance with the plans.
Identification of the actual results
Comparison of the actual results with expected results