Leadership has the power of changing the behavior of employees. A successful leader will aim to achieve better performance through his subordinates. Thirdly, it involves Interpersonal relations between the leader and its employees: The main requirement of leadership is the presence of employees. Thinking of leadership without followers or subordinates would make no sense. To make leadership more meaningful, the leader should engage himself with the employees on a constant basis through communication skills, listening skills, motivational skills, social skills etc.
Capability to act and commit the capability of an organization to organize itself and to motivate and engage its staff to work energetically towards common goals. This capability assumes that the organization has a legal basis for engaging in binding commitments (autonomy), that it has effective systems (administrative, financial, human resource development, monitoring + evaluation, etc.) in place and that the organization has a committed and stable leadership. Suggested pointers 2 that are often used to describe this capability and to capture change are: 1. Existence and regular review of organizational business plans, strategies and visions.
This is the stage where the project plan from the plan phase is put into execution as found by. During project execution, it is important for the project management team to ensure that proper and effective communication is achieved among the workers of the project. It is through effective communication and relations that will help project management team to create teamwork within the organization. Teamwork will help project management team to perform various activities of the project effective and ensure project development is completed within the time allocation. Thus, effective downward, upwards and horizontal communication must be enforced during project development process.
The purpose of this research is to educate or inform people, who are working or about to work in the field of business, about professionalism in the business industry because it is extremely complex and important. Besides from wearing proper attire or having higher education, many set standard of procedures must be abided by to be recognized as professional (Beaton, 2010; Granowski, 2012). As Granowski and Beaton suggests or implies, professionalism is not easy to acquire because it exists for the purpose of satisfying the customers, who are individuals with various and unique personalities. The goal of business is to make profit. As long as customers desire and expect professional service, business must be able to provide that.
QUESTION/ANSWER 1. The key functions of management are as follows :- (i) PLANNING : It is a process of defining goals for future action. Planning process includes identifying goals, formulating strategies, arranging the means required and implementing all these steps in a proper sequence. Regarding
Introduction Employees in an organization have always been key assets as they drive the company to its performance thereby gaining competitive advantage. Their departure could have significant effects on the implementation of the organization’s strategic goals and objectives and may eventually cause a decline in productivity. Career development has close links with the development of human resources. Where the career development leads to improvement and personal improvement afforded by individuals and organizations to choose a destination and a career path to achieve that goal. Career development is not only referring to regulation but also on the ability of individuals and organizations ability to develop a career of employees.
3.2 IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO CONCEPT The practical importance of objectives in management can best be seen by summarizing how successful managing by objectives works in practice. Stages of Management by Objectives Process are Defining the organizational goals Defining employees’ objectives Continuous monitoring performance and progress Performance evaluation Providing feedback Performance appraisal Let’s explain each of the MBO process in details Defining the organizational goals To ensure organization effectiveness, there must be an established set of goals and they serve a number of purposes. Organizations can have several sets of goals and all them must be appropriately managed. Setting of goals usually involves different kinds of managers. Preliminary goals are set by the superiors based on an analysis and interpretation as to what can and what should be accomplished by the organization within a specific period of time Define Employees Objectives When you’ve ascertained that the employees’ managers have informed them of the general objectives, strategies and planning premises, the managers can get down to work with the employees making the objectives known to them.
NTRODUCTION According to Fayol “Management is to forecast and to plan, to organize, to command, to co-ordinate and to control”. (Fayol, 1949) Mary parker Follett says “Management is the art of getting things done through people” (Follett, 1994) We think the definition of Management is a combination of both Fayol and Follett. A manager must plan, organise, staff, lead and control for the organisation to be successful. We will discuss these functions in more detail STAFFING Definition of staffing Staffing is defined as, “filling and keeping filled, positions in the organizational structure. This is done by identifying work-force requirements, inventorying the people available, recruiting, selecting, placing, promoting, appraising, planning the careers, compensating, training, developing existing staff or new recruits, so that they can accomplish their tasks effectively and efficiently.” (Koontz, 1955) Importance of staffing Staffing is probably one of the most important functions of management and a manager cannot plan, organise, control or lead if he does not have the right staff in the right role/job.
Controlling steps: 1. Creating performance (work) standards 2. Comparing actual work to the standards 3. Taking immediate action when necessary Performance standards are normally regulated in conditions such as credit, costs, benefit, quality of service or profit (many different). 2.5 Levels of managers Managers can be classified by their level in the organization (pyramid shape) 1.
There are several practices involves the successful implementation of change. Various difficult decisions and a broad perspective support are required to overcome employee’s natural instincts to protect their company or function First, downsize is best controlled that associates reducing the size of the organization. Second, specific inefficient areas and high cost need to be identified and targeted. Third, specific actions should be associated to the organization’s strategy. Employees need to be communicated consistently that restructuring process are as part of a plan to enhance the organization’s performance.