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Management in simple way

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Management in simple way for beginners!!

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Management in simple way

  1. 1. “Management is knowing exactly what you want men to do and then seeing that they do it in the best and cheapest way”(F.W.Taylor)  These are simple definitions to remenber:  “To manage is to forecast, to plan, to organise, to command, to coordinate and control”(Henry Fayol)  “Management is the development of people and not the direction of things”(Appley -L) 
  2. 2. Top management  Senior management  Middle management  Junior management  Operating Staff 
  3. 3.          Case approach – this approach analyses management usually through cases. That is, it is a learning process through getting lessons from others experience. Interpersonal behaviour approach – this is based upon human behaviour aspect. That is in simple, “people should understand people.” Group behaviour approach – this is based upon the behaviour of people in groups. It is task – oriented or self – oriented. Situational approach – this approach is mainly concerned with the realities of the situation. Decision Theory approach – this approach is based upon the belief that, since managers make decisions. Communication centre approach – This approach would see the managerial job as one of receiving information. The socio- technical systems approach – the approach is based upon where technical system has close relationship with people. System approach – A system is essentially a set or assemblage of things that are interconnected or interdependent. System study will enables the widening of the organisation. Mathematical approach – it is also called management science approach. This sees, managing, as primarily an exercise in mathematical process,concepts,symbols and models.

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