Management styles Leaders have a unique method of handling subordinates at the workplace which is called as management style. As a manager you most probably have a dominant or preferred style, but the most effective managers adapt and implement the required method, according to the specific situation or individual. A good manager is always looking for the best way to increase the results, progress of work to gain the best outcome in terms of fulfilling the requirement efficiently. Styles and methods are adapted and obtained, by studying the qualitative and quantitative information about the team and work such as the process data, feedback from the higher officials and client. They are subjected to follow company norms, which help in dealing with all the subordinates equally to maintain balance in
A manager is the one in which be the head of a division or department in a firm. They have certain responsibilities depends on the needs of the organization. Every organization carries different ways or job descriptions. The manager’s function is at a pay grade and job classification level of the firm which incorporates functions and departments for implementation achievement. A manager should be has a directly reporting staffs for whom he or she is accountable to provide leadership.
DOES LEADERSHIP MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO THE ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE? “Leadership is a process by which an executive imaginatively directs guides and influences the work of others in choosing and attaining specified goals by mediating between the individuals and the organization in such a manner that both will obtain maximum satisfaction.” -Theo Haimann Leadership is an extensive subject of research for various organizations. It is sometimes closely related to management. However, management and leadership are very different from each other. Management works IN a system, leadership works ON the system.
Transformational Theory Transformational Theory is a leadership style applied where the leader act as changing agents in the organization which the leader itself want to change and transform the organization to become better. The leader also try to develop role and commitment to the employee toward the achievement of the organization goal. This leadership style rarely applied in the organization because most of the organization just want to maintain the current practice unless for the organization that started want to transform to become big organization. There are four elements of transformational leadership which are: a) Develop and communicate a strategic vision The leader develop new strategies and challenging vision toward the achievement of the organizational goal. The vision must be what we expect the organization in the future and then discuss together with the employee to give them clear image what they have to achieve with the new vision and strategies of the organization goal.
The business owner gives authority to a manager to fulfill the objectives and goals of the organization. • Employees: An employee is also one of the main stakeholders in the organization. The employee must comply with the rules and regulations set by the organization. The employee must fulfill the job correctly, work properly, and work safely. Data
They are both leaders and managers and they are the ones that will closely oversee and manage projects that the company has handed out. While working a project, project managers use the project management life cycle to guide them towards success. The steps in the life cycle include: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing. Initiating is when the project manager or the PM’s boss will define a new
Management’s style: More a matter of what managers do than what they say; how do the manager’s managers spend their time? What are they focusing attention on? Symbolism- the creation and maintenance (or sometimes de construction) of meaning is a fundamental responsibility of managers. 2) Staff: This element is concerned with type and employees the organization need and how the employees shall be recruited, trained, motivated and rewarded. The human resource management processes used to develop managers, socialization processes, and ways of shaping the basic values of managers, socialization processes, and ways of introducing young recruits to the company, ways of helping to manage the careers of
Taylor stated that “Unless flow of instruction from experts of planning department towards the workers, no worker can perform any task” (Taylor, 1998). The experts consider workers as very poorly educated and too dull to work without any instructions. In the words of Taylors, workers have to obey instructions from their bosses and it is unnecessary to explain to workers why they have to follow, that is “do as you are told”. But in modern world, companies precisely explain employees about its vision and mission and goals, that is they are aware of what they do and why they do (Peters & Waterman). The value of a machine to a business can be calculated on the basis of its efficiency for its immediate work.
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.
ABSTRACT The research precis is based on Engineering Management of the organizational of which it includes organizational structure, operational management ethics management, leadership, teaming and management system thinking. As an engineering manager, leadership is one of the skill that you must possess so that you can be influential to your employees rather than dictating, as a manager you must be able to lead by example. Employees wants to led by manager than are influential rather than dictation approach. As a manager, you must develop an operational management strategy so that you can align your vision with that of an organisation. As a manager, you abide by ethics management so that you know what is right or wrong within the organization.