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Management	
  
is an art of getting things done
Prepared	
  by	
  	
  :	
  SERIR	
  WALID	
  
PLAN
What is Management#
Management Functions#
Management Level#
The Manager#
According to some researches the success of
organizations is almost always based on the quality of
their management
what is management ?
Why is that ?
Nature of Management
Is an art , science
Management Functions
Planning , Organizing , Directing , Controlling
Planning
should know in advance what is to be done
Organizing
the process of bringing together physical, information , financial
and human resources
Directing
guide and oversee the performance of the workers to achieve
predetermined goals
Controlling
ensuring that the divisional, departmental, sectional and individual
performances are consistent with the pred...
Management Forms
Management Strategy , Management Operations
Management Levels
Top , Middle , Low
The Manager
is a person responsible for supervising and motivating employees
and for directing the progress of an organiza...
Roles of Manager
10 Roles According to Henry Mintzberg
Role interpersonal
Communication , Lead , Figurehead
Role Informational
Monitor , Disseminator , Spokesperson
Role Decisional
Entrepreneur , Disturbance Handler , Resource Allocator , Negtiator
Managerial Skills
Conceptual Skills , Human Relations Skills , Technical Skills
Communication Skills , Leadership Skills ,...
Questions
www.serirwalid.com
References	
  
•  Haynese	
  and	
  Massie,	
  Management	
  Analysis,	
  Concepts	
  and	
  
Cases,	
  Pren;ce	
  Hall	
 ...
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introduction in Management , what is management , Management Categories , and also more about Manager and Leader , About Manager principal role , this is Basic Management Concept . presentation made by Serir Walid on Master 1 Marketing .

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Management Introduction Management Concepts

  1. 1. Management   is an art of getting things done Prepared  by    :  SERIR  WALID  
  2. 2. PLAN What is Management# Management Functions# Management Level# The Manager#
  3. 3. According to some researches the success of organizations is almost always based on the quality of their management
  4. 4. what is management ? Why is that ?
  5. 5. Nature of Management Is an art , science
  6. 6. Management Functions Planning , Organizing , Directing , Controlling
  7. 7. Planning should know in advance what is to be done
  8. 8. Organizing the process of bringing together physical, information , financial and human resources
  9. 9. Directing guide and oversee the performance of the workers to achieve predetermined goals
  10. 10. Controlling ensuring that the divisional, departmental, sectional and individual performances are consistent with the predetermined objectives and goals
  11. 11. Management Forms Management Strategy , Management Operations
  12. 12. Management Levels Top , Middle , Low
  13. 13. The Manager is a person responsible for supervising and motivating employees and for directing the progress of an organization.
  14. 14. Roles of Manager 10 Roles According to Henry Mintzberg
  15. 15. Role interpersonal Communication , Lead , Figurehead
  16. 16. Role Informational Monitor , Disseminator , Spokesperson
  17. 17. Role Decisional Entrepreneur , Disturbance Handler , Resource Allocator , Negtiator
  18. 18. Managerial Skills Conceptual Skills , Human Relations Skills , Technical Skills Communication Skills , Leadership Skills , PS Skills , Decision Making Skills
  19. 19. Questions
  20. 20. www.serirwalid.com
  21. 21. References   •  Haynese  and  Massie,  Management  Analysis,  Concepts  and   Cases,  Pren;ce  Hall  of  India,  New  Delhi  1990,  p.  147.   •  Duncan,  J.  1973,  Decision  Making  and  Social  Issues,  Hindale,   III  :  Richard  D  Irwin.  Inc.   •  J.R.  Bigg,  G.N.  Plants  and  L.F.  Miller,  Dynamics  of  Par;cipa;ve   Groups,  M.O.  :  swiR  and  Co.,  1950.  

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