• Ankit tiwari
• Archit kumar
• Ashutosh Parashar
• Ayanul Haq
Management in all business and
organizational activities is the act of
coordinating the efforts of people to
accomplish desired goals
and objectives using available resources
efficiently and effectively.
Levels of management
The term “Levels of Management’ refers to a
line of demarcation between various
managerial positions in an organization. The
number of levels in management increases
when the size of the business and work force
increases and vice versa. The level of
management determines a chain of
command, the amount of authority & status
enjoyed by any managerial position.
Top level management
The top consists of the board of
directors , president, vicepresident, CEOs and other members of
the C-level executives. They are
responsible for controlling and
overseeing the entire organization. They
set a tone at the top and develop
strategic plans, company policies, and
make decisions on the direction of the
Functions of top level
• The top level management determines the
objectives, policies and plans of the organisation.
• They mobilises (assemble and bring together) available
• They spend more time in planning and organising.
• They prepare long-term plans of the organisation which
are generally made for 5 to 20 years.
• They require more conceptual skills and less technical
MIDDLE LEVEL MANAGEMENT
The Middle Level Management consists of
the Departmental Heads (HOD), Branch
Managers, and the Junior Executives. The
Departmental heads are Finance
Managers, Purchase Managers, etc. The
Branch Managers are the head of a branch
or local unit.
FUNCTIONS OF MIDDLE LEVEL MANAGEMENT
Design and implement effective group and intergroup work and information systems.
Define and monitor group-level performance
Diagnose and resolve problems within and among
Design and implement reward systems that support
LOWER LEVEL MANAGEMENT
The lower level management
consists of the Foremen and the
Supervisors. They are selected by
the middle level management. It is
also called Operative / Supervisory
level or First Line of Management.
Functions of lower level management
• Lower level management directs the workers /
They develops morale in the workers.
It maintains a link between workers and the middle level
They spend more time in directing and controlling.
The lower level managers make daily, weekly and monthly