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5 m’s of management

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5 m’s of management

  1. 1. 5 M’s of Management Group members: - NUR ASHIKIN BINTI CHE ALIAS - NUR SHAHIRAH BINTI ZOLKIFLI - NUR MISBAH BINTI KHALIL - NUR ELINA BINTI ADLI - LIEYANA ARIPIN
  2. 2. MANPOWER
  3. 3.  The right personnel for the right position is a sure bet for organizational effectiveness and efficiency.  Man in management is referred as a human resource.  People make sure materials, machines, money and methods are utilized in a productive manner to achieve goals and objectives of organizations.
  4. 4. MATERIAL
  5. 5. Materials is a basic ingredient in house keeping management, a service industry. Most of the industry locate them self nearby to the availability of material. Without materials, human resource is made redundant. Thus every right thinking and right planning organization knows that materials needed for any business or service mist be in place before ‘man’ can be of use in any business activity. Supply chain departments grew out of this thinking and has been a very useful and effective aspect of business management.
  6. 6. Benefits • Material cost can be lowered down • Controlling of indirect cost • Control of manufacturing cycle • Improvement in delivery of the product
  7. 7. In Medical Field
  8. 8. In a hospital, materials management has become a distinct function. Depending on the size of the hospital it could be a separate department or in a smaller set up it could be under the care of the Manager. Materials in a hospital range from consumables, stationery to even equipments besides the pharmaceuticals and optical goods. Materials Management is an essential part of any organization. Especially in a hospital, Materials Management Department plays a vital role in the smooth and efficient function of it. It means the management of materials likes planning, purchasing, store & inventory control, care and preservation, issue of materials, accounting and disposal of scrap. It is in direct touch with the user department in its day-to-day activities.
  9. 9. The most important purpose served by stores is to provide an uninterrupted service to the various user departments. In the case of a hospital we can say the “Operation Theatre, Wards, Specialty Clinics, Units, Refraction Departments, Registration, Admission Departments” are the user departments. The successful and efficient functioning of a department depends mainly upon how best the materials are supplied by stores department to them. Further stores often equated directly with money, as materials have money value.
  10. 10. MACHINERY
  11. 11. Machine are the basic tools to produce goods or to generate services. Selection of an appropriate machine not only enhances efficiency but also saves times and increases revenue. Machines have made man fulfill almost effortlessly various dreams of creating things that make a existence more worthwhile.
  12. 12. eg . Tools and equipment in laboratory Microscope: Microscopes are used to produce magnified images of small objects such as bacteria etc. Centrifuge: A machine with a rapidly rotating container that applies centrifugal force to its contents, typically to separate fluids of different densities (e.g., plasma from blood) or liquids from solids.
  13. 13. METHODS OF MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
  14. 14. COMMAND AND CONTROL METHOD
  15. 15.  The Command and Control form of management is based on military management.  Primarily, the idea is that people do what you tell or direct them to do.  For instance, management in a medical field is directed by few managers such as; Practice Manager, Deputy Practice Manager and Reception Manager to the co-workers.
  16. 16. DISADVANTAGES OF COMMAND AND CONTROL METHOD
  17. 17.  First of all, nobody actually like to be commanded and controlled.  Management literally does not have enough time to micromanage at this level, because there simply aren’t enough managers.  The third drawback is that in a medical organisations, the individual contributors such as the doctors, nurses, and medical officers and etc always have more information than the “leaders,” so they are really in the best position to make decisions.
  18. 18. IDENTITY METHOD
  19. 19.  The goal here is to manage by making people identify with the goals you’re trying to achieve.  For instance, a medical body or organization tries to achieve a certain target level, thus the service must be targetted to the certain level.  A lot trickier than other methods, it requires some serious interpersonal skills. But if you do it right, it works better than any other method.
  20. 20.  In general, Identity Management requires you to create a cohesive, jelled team that feels like a family, so that people have a sense of loyalty and commitment to their coworkers.  In a medical organization such as a hospital, the crews must have a strong identity in each one of them to create a steadfast commitment towards each other.  The second part, though, is to give people the information they need to steer the organization in the right direction.
  21. 21. MONEY
  22. 22. Meaning A medium that can be exchanged for goods and services and is used as a measure of their values on the market
  23. 23. Without money, no venture or enterprise can motivate workers, get quality and sufficient materials, get the right machines and maintain them or even ensure that time is properly managed. Where there is not enough money, no good workers, materials, or machines can be employed or purchased.
  24. 24. Example in Medical field MRI machine
  25. 25. Explanation  Mostly MRI machine is use at the private clinics or private hospitals  If the private hospitals don’t have money so it can’t buy MRI machine.
  26. 26. Uses in Medical field  MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  An MRI scan can create clear pictures of most parts of the body.  It is commonly used to get detailed pictures of the brain and spinal cord, to detect abnormalities and tumours.  torn ligaments around joints also can be detected by an MRI scan.  So, it’s being used more and more following sports injuries.

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