Management as an art or science

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Management as an art or science

  1. 1. ManagemenTASANArtorScience  Submitted by  SHIVAKUMAR P
  2. 2. Management.. Introduction Management is the integrating force in all organised activity whenever two or more work together to attain a common objective they have to co-ordinate their activities they also have to organise and utilise their resources in such way as to optimise the results not only in business enterprises where costs and revenues can be ascertained accurately and objectively but also in service and organisations such as government,schools,clubs etc
  3. 3. DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT  It is about to forecast, to plan, to organise, to co-ordinate, to command and to control.  Management is the force which leads,guides and direct an organisation in a pre-determined object.
  4. 4. MANAGEMENT AS AN ART.. Innovative- (new ideas and no copy) Individual approach- (style of managing) Application and dedication- (knowledge and intelligence) Intiative- (encourage) Intelligent- (mental ability)
  5. 5. MANAGEMENT AS AN SCIENCE..  Systematic decision – making  Output may vary, the input being the same  Principles of management are universally accepted  Process of management are universally followed
  6. 6. ART VS SCIENCE.. • ABILITY,SKILLS,CREATIVIT Y AND IMAGINATION. • IT IS ASSOCIATEDTO DO A PARTICALARTASK ART • LOGIC,REASON AND FACTUAL ANALYSIS. • IT ISTHE PROVENTHING OF ART ISTHAT (WHY) SCIENCE
  7. 7. CONCLUSION..  Management is considered as an art due to the resources it own like finance, human resource and marketing etc this is called as science How you utilize these resources.  Learning of science includes principles where as learning of art involves its continous process.
  8. 8. THANK YOU..  For being patient

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