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Management Development


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In this presentation, we will deal with the strategies and processes that are involved in developing the abilities of the managers to deliver and manage the work force efficiently and in a productive way.
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Management Development

  2. 2. CHAPTER 3 INTRODUCTIONManagement development is a systematic process ofgrowth and development by which the managersdevelop their abilities to manage.The role of the company in management developmentis to establish the programme and developmentopportunities for its present and potential managers Executive development is eventually something thatthe executive has to attain himself. But he will do thismuch better if he is given encouragement, guidanceand opportunity by his company Contd.
  3. 3. CHAPTER 3 INTRODUCTIONThe word Manager has been used to mean people atdifferent levels of hierarchyTo be called a Manager, one neither has to be at the topof the organization, nor should one necessarily superviseothers. Even a worker may be considered a (potential) managerfor the purpose of management development, one of theobjectives of which is to create management succession. Though the composition of the skills is the same for allmanagers at all levels, their (contents) proportion differsdepending on the level at which a manager is and alsothe nature of work he does
  4. 4. CHAPTER 3OBJECTIVE OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT To stimulate creative thinking To improve thought process and analytical thinking To increase versatility of the management group To give specialists an overall view of the functions of an organization To identify persons with the required potential To increase morale of the members of the management group
  5. 5. CHAPTER 3NEED FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Entry of multinationals and transnationalcorporationsEmergence of new concepts in management likeTQM, ERP, BPRE etc. Contd.
  6. 6. CHAPTER 3NEED FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMEHuman resource development of the managersin multiple areasEfficient functioning of public utilities, depend onprofessionalisation of management Techno managers need to be developed in theareas of managerial skills, knowledge andabilities
  7. 7. CHAPTER 3PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENTThe physical, social and psychological climate forthe programmes should be conductiveThe content of the programme should be needbasedThe management should assess the development It should concentrate on the latest managementconcepts and principlesManagers should be encouraged to undergoprogrammes and Management should make useof management development programmes
  8. 8. CHAPTER 3 METHOD OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENTThere are mainly two types of methods by whichmanagers can acquire the knowledge, skills andattitudes and make themselves competent managersOne is formal training and the other is through on-the-job experienceOn-the-job training is of utmost importance as the reallearning takes place only when the learner uses whathe has learntClass-room training or pedalogical techniques havealso got their own importance in gaining newknowledge, learning new techniques and broaderconcepts
  9. 9. CHAPTER 3 IMPORTANT TECHNIQUESOn-the-job techniques Coaching Job Rotation Under study Multiple managementOff-the-job techniques The case study Incident method Role playing Contd.
  10. 10. CHAPTER 3 IMPORTANT TECHNIQUESOff-the-job techniques In basket method Business game Sensitivity training Simulation Grid training Conferences Lectures
  11. 11. CHAPTER 3 SELECTION OF TECHNIQUESThe success of any management developmentprogramme largely depends on the selection ofthe techniques It should also be remembered that no singletechnique can prove to be sufficient, but only thecombination of techniques makes anymanagement development programme effective This is because all managers at all levelsrequire all kinds of skills but in varied proportions
  12. 12. CHAPTER 3 ELECTRONIC MDPsRapid development of technology has alsomade an inroad in management developmentprogrammes through electronic media which areeffective, efficient and of high quality with lowcost. The future trends in MDPs include: videoconferencing, sharing networked resources andInternet
  13. 13. CHAPTER 3 BENEFITS OF MULTIMEDIALow costQuick learningLearner has the flexibility of content, learningconvenience Increase in learning efficiency, increment andretraining are free No downtime and no traveling of the participants Participants can be large and geographicallydispersed Unlimited amount of review and relearning
  14. 14. CHAPTER 3EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES Finally, it is the evaluation process which determines the success or otherwise of the desired programme and results can be used for further improving the future programmes. The evaluation results should be provided to trainees, their superiors, subordinates and HRD department of the organization
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