Mutually Supportive Management Systems
(MSM)
By
Suryadev
R.No - 12397104
Mutually Supportive Management Systems (MSM)
The effective operation of control systems is a
culmination of the mutual sup...
7s mckinsey Model
3 - Hard
4 - Soft
Staff - Number of Staff; How people are hired,
integrated, developed, and socialized into the
organization
Skills - The di...
Systems - The formal and informal processes
and procedures that support and govern
activities
Style of Leadership - The le...
A system is a prescribed way of carrying out any
activity or set of activities. The systems used by
management to control ...
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  1. 1. Mutually Supportive Management Systems (MSM) By Suryadev R.No - 12397104
  2. 2. Mutually Supportive Management Systems (MSM) The effective operation of control systems is a culmination of the mutual support of several systems, most of all the formal and informal. They are however, somewhat discursive in the description of the mutual supportive systems. A more explicit conceptual support for the concept is from the Mackenzie framework of the Seven S.
  3. 3. 7s mckinsey Model 3 - Hard 4 - Soft
  4. 4. Staff - Number of Staff; How people are hired, integrated, developed, and socialized into the organization Skills - The distinctive skills, capabilities, and competencies that reside in the organization Strategies - The initiatives that the organization has chosen to gain sustainable competitive advantage and reach its vision Structures - The organizational structure, roles, and other frameworks that the organization uses to guide activities
  5. 5. Systems - The formal and informal processes and procedures that support and govern activities Style of Leadership - The leadership approach of top management Shared Values - The guiding concepts and principles used to guide behavior in the organization
  6. 6. A system is a prescribed way of carrying out any activity or set of activities. The systems used by management to control the activities of an organisation are called the management control system. Management control is the process by which managers influence other members of the organisation to implement the organization’s strategies. Management control is facilitated by a formal system that includes a recurring cycle of activities. Summary
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