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Organization Management

MANAGEMENT Individual perspective


Is a process of planning, organizing, Looks at how an organizing seeks to
leading, and controlling satisfy the needs of employees
The Main aspects of Management Mainstream vs. Multistream
1. Management is a Process Mainstream Perspective- focuses
As a process, management involves on the traditional, materialist, and
four functions planning individualistic view of management
Planning is defined as the process of Multistream Perspective- focus on
identifying the objective balanced view of management by
Organizing is defined as the taking into account the multiple
gathering the resources forms of well-being for multiple
Leading is a process which stakeholders.
encompasses Influencing Directing ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT
Coordinating Communicating Organization
Motivating Is defined as a social setting composed of
Controlling is defined as monitoring several groups of people
and evaluation of activities Types of Organizations
2. Management is Using Proper 1. Government Organizations
Resources National Government agencies are
In management RESOURCES mandated by law
pertain to people, time, money, 2. Private Organizations
materials, machines, equipment, Promotes the interest of the industry
land, building, technology, which earn profits.
information and communication Corporation
systems and other forms of material Ownership is through shares of
and non-material things stock
3. Management Aims to Achieve Sole Proprietorship
Objectives Is a form of business owned have
Specific- the objectives should be in limited liability
a form of sufficient detail Limited partnership
Measurable- the objectives can be Is a form of business owned by
assessed and verified two or more persons, but limited
Attainable- the objectives can be liabilities during a financial loss
achieved by finding your own ways Cooperative
of strategies. Is a form of business
Realistic- the objectives can be organization whereownership is
accomplished given the current and equally shared among members.
planned level of resources 3. Nongovernmental Organizations
Time-bound- the objectives can be May be in the form of civil society
accomplished within a definite time associations, corporate foundations,
period. educational institutions, small
In pursuing the objectives, your enterprises, or research institutions
approach may adopt certain perspective. among others.
Investment perspective Government- Owned and-
Pertains to deriving an expected Controlled Corporations
economic return An organization may combined
Ethical perspective nature.
Pertains to examining whether a
desired object is morally right or
wrong.
MANAGEMENT THEOIRES AND THE Informational roles
FUNCTIONS, ROLES AND SKILLS OF A A manager also serves the role of
MANAGER a monitor
Management Theories Decisional roles
The Classical Management A manager is an entrepreneur
approach who develops new opportunities
Developed approximately during for the business
1900- 1930, look at management Skill of a manager
mainly from a “rational” Technical Skills
perspective that assumes there is This pertains to abilities or
“one best way” to do things expertise to do the job required.
The Behavioral management Human skills
approach This pertains to interpersonal
Ushered in the “human relation” skills or the ability to work well
view to management with other people.
approximately during 1930-1950. Conceptual Skill
Aims to satisfy social relations This pertains to the ability to
and personal fulfillment to think critically and analytically
motivate employees THE FIRM AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
Then Modern Management Forces in the Firms Environment
Approach. Political Forces
Involves several views and Pertain to legal regulations,
techniques political orientations.
Six Sigma Economic Forces
Pertain to economic conditions
relevant to the business
Sociocultural Forces
Pertain to Social norms, customs,
and values.
Technological Forces
FUNCTIONS OF A MANAGER Recent advancement in
Manager technology
Is the one who is mainly responsible Natural Risk
and accountable for accomplishing the In the light of adverse impacts of
specific goal. climate change and global
First- level supersvisors warming
The first-level managers manage
the work of members
Middle managers
Manage the work of the
supervisors or other members of
the organization.
Top managers
The managers at the top level of
organization manage the middle
managers.
Roles of a Manager
Interpersonal roles
A manager, as figurehead is a
role model for the members of
the organization.
THE LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL the more intense the competition
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT OF THE FIRM will become.
Competitive Advantage Suppliers or producers.
Pertains to distinguishing Power of bargaining power of
features suppliers or producers
Environmental uncertainty Buyers or consumers.
Pertains to lack of complete The bargaining of power or
information consumers
Environment complexity Potential entrants
Is the presence of numerous This focuses on the threat of new
factors entrants
Local business environment Substitutes
Pertains to the specific industry This focuses on the threat of
International business substitute product or services
environment UNDERSTANDING THE INTERNATIONAL
Pertains to the business activities ENVIRONMENT THROUGH GLOBAL
Industry MANAGEMENT
Is a group of companies offering Global management
the same or similar products or Management of business and
services. organizations
PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL Global business
(COMPETITIVE FORCES) Pertains to a business
Industry competitors rivalry environment that poses
existing among firms. challenges in adaptations
The greater the number of rival
companies existing in the area,

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