Case Study: The Importance Of Principle Of Management

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1. Introduction – Importance of Principle of Management (PMG) – Relate with case study – Overview of the content Introduction The purpose of this section is to discuss the importance of management principles, and the impact on each organisation. Principles of management are generally termed as the act of planning, organising and controlling the operations of the basic element of people, materials, machines, methods, money and markets, providing direction and coordination, and giving leadership to human efforts, so as to achieve the sought objectives. Management Principles are essential, underlying factors that form the foundations of a successful management. Based on the book General and Industrial Management by Henri Fayol, there are a…show more content…
Managers are responsible for the development of morale in the workplace, individually and in the area of communication. Esprit de corps contributes to the development of the culture and creates an atmosphere of mutual trust and understanding. In conclusion on the 14 Principles of management The 14 principles of management can be used to manage organizations and are useful tools for forecasting, planning, process management, organization management, decision-making, coordination and control. Although they are obvious, many of these matters are still used based on common sense in current management practices in organizations. It remains a practical list with focus areas that are based on Henri Fayol ’s research which still applies today due to a number of logical principles. Case Study Tom (who works for Blocks Ltd), and Deirdre (who works for Fones Ltd), are employed as production manager. Last night, both of them attended a staff development meeting organised by a Production Management Institute (a professional body), of which they are members. During tea break, Tom and Deirdre discussed the various leadership styles that they were following in their respective…show more content…
Q3. With reference to each organisation (Block Limited and Fones Limited), discuss the role of management in motivation. A manager cannot force an employee to be successful at his job, but he can motivate him with fair treatment, proper incentives and adequate compensation. It is the role of management to lead by example and motivate employees to do their best. The role of management in motivating Conclusion The 14 principles of management founded by Mr Henri Fayol can be used to manage organizations and are useful tools for forecasting, planning, process management, organization management, decision-making, coordination and control. These logical principles are generally based on common sense and matter of fact currently been practiced widely by organisation. Reference • http://www.toolshero.com/management/14-principles-of-management/ • Fayol, H. (1949). General and Industrial Management. Martino Fine
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