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  • 1. Presentation on INTRODUCTION TO Introduction to MANAGEMENT Management By: Vishal Koirala Advance Group
  • 2. 1 Understanding management concepts Characteristics of management Of the 2 3 chapter 4 Types of Managers Objectives 5 Functions of management Managerial Roles and Skills
  • 3. MANAGEMENT Management is the attainment of organizational goals in an effective and efficient manner through planning, organizing, staffing, di recting and controlling organizational resources. Organizational resources include men(human beings), money, machines and materials.
  • 4. The use of people and other resources to accomplish objectives. Louis E Boone & David L Kurtz the act of getting things done through people. Mary Parker Follet- Management is the art of knowing what you want to do in the best and cheapest way. Frederick Taylor
  • 5. Characteristics Management is an organized activity Management is a distinct process. Management is both a science and an art. Management is a group activity Management aims at the accomplishment of predetermined objectives. Management integrates human and other resources. Management principles are universal in nature
  • 6. PLANNING ORGANIZING STAFFING DIRECTING CONTROLLING
  • 7. PLANNING Planning is determining the objectives and formulating the methods to achieve them. It is more simply said than done. A job well planned is half done. During planning one needs to ask oneself the following:
  • 8. STAFFING Definition 1 :Selecting and training individual for specific job functions, and charging them with the associated responsibility. Definition 2 : Number of employed personal in an organization program also called workforce
  • 9. DIRECTING/LEADING Provides positive and dynamic leadership Provides maximum opportunities Provides proper motivation of personnel Ability to command people
  • 10. Managerial Skills Technical Skills Human Skills Conceptual Skills
  • 11. TECHNICAL SKILLS A persons’ knowledge and ability to make effective use of any process or technique constitutes his technical skills.For eg: Engineer, accountant, data entry operator, lawyer, doctor etc.
  • 12. HUMAN SKILLS An individuals’ ability to cooperate with other members of the organization and work effectively in teams.For eg: Interpersonal relationships, solving people’s problem and acceptance of other employees.
  • 13. CONCEPTUAL SKILLS
  • 14. MANAGER’S ROLES Interpersonal role Informational role Decisional role
  • 15. INTERPERSONAL ROLE Figurehead- ethical guidelines and the principles of behavior employees are to follow in their dealings with customers and suppliers Leader- give direct commands and orders to subordinates and make decisions Liaison-coordinate between different departments and establish alliances between different organizations
  • 16. DECISIONAL ROLE Entrepreneur- commit organization resources to develop innovative goods and services Disturbance handlerto take corrective action to deal with unexpected problems facing the organization from the external as well as internal environment Resource allocatorallocate existing resources among different functions and departments Negotiator- work with suppliers, distributors and labor unions
  • 17. TYPES OF MANAGERS TOP MANAGERS- set organizational goals, strategies to implement them and make decisions FIRST-LINE MANAGERS- often called supervisors stand at the base of the managerial hierarchy MIDDLE MANAGERS- heads of various departments and organise human and other resources to achieve organizational goals
  • 18. Hard work Smart work Patience Out of box thinking Reading and acquiring knowledge Ethical consciousness Collaborative relationship Perseverance WHAT MAKES MANAGERS SUCCESSFUL?
  • 19. Acknowledgement Thanks to Mr. Ashok Basnet for giving me chance to present my ideas on “Introduction of Management”. Thanks to Tilak for making this successful and my advance group.