ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS 3 What are the classifications of management functions, levels, and styles? What are the classifications of leadership styles? What are the classifications of human resources management activities?
MANAGERS 5 What is the role of a manager? Managers are responsible for management of a business to accomplish goals by effectively using people and other resources. The 5 Functions of Management: Planning Organizing Staffing Implementing Controlling Carl Lee, Jr. Chief Executive of Snyder's-Lance
5 Functions of Management 6 1) Planning: To analyze information, set goals based on information, and make decisions to accomplish the goals 2) Organizing: To coordinate resources in order to accomplish business goals 3) Staffing: To obtain, train, and compensate employees
5 Functions of Management 7 4. Implementing To direct and lead (Supervised)people to accomplish the goals of the business 5. Controlling To determine whether a business is accomplishing its goals that were set in the planning stage.
8 Joan supervised her employees to make sure they set up the display case correctly according to the new marketing campaign. This is an example of which function of management? A. Controlling B. Implementing C. Organizing D. Planning
levels of management 9 What are the different levels of management? Top Mid-management Supervisors Management by others
LEVELS of MANAGEMENT 10 Top (CEOs, Vice-Presidents) Executives who are responsible for the overall direction of the business Mid-Management Specialists responsible for a specific part of the business: EXAMPLE: PROCESSING APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY APPLICANTS Amy Dellinger, Principal (Top Manager) of Independence H.S.
LEVELS of MANAGEMENT 11 Supervisors First level of management in the business Responsible for the routine work of employees Management by others Other employees who are not managers, may serve as leaders for a group of employees
Management Style 12 Management Style The way a manager directs employees to accomplish the goals of the business. 3 Management Styles: Tactical Strategic Mixed
MANAGEMENT STYLES 13 Tactical Managers are CONTROLLING. They make major decisions and must approve everything. Typically, use for inexperienced employees or during a crisis Strategic More collaborative and SOLICIT / ASK employees in decision making. Typically, used with trusted and/or experienced employees
MANAGEMENT STYLES 14 Mixed Combination of both tactical and strategic Tactical/Strategic
Quick Quiz Dan approves for his employees to attend regional meetings so that he knows exactly when they are off site. This is an example of what style of management? Steve decided for long-term projects that he would allow employees to give input and for daily routines he would determine the necessary duties. This is an example of what style of management? 15
Leadership “Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.” – Warren Bennis 16
Leadership 17 The ability to motivate others to effectively accomplish goals of the business.
LEADERSHIP STYLES 19 AUTOCRATIC Used when a leader needs to give direct, clear, and precise orders and makes decisions Situations to use style: During an emergency To direct the work of inexperienced employees
LEADERSHIP STYLES DEMOCRATIC - one who includes employees in making decisions – Similar to Strategic Mangers Situations to use style: To monitor quality of work of employees To direct the work of employees working as a team 20
Laissez-fare - one who gives little or no direction to employees 21
Human Resources Management 23 What is the role of human resources managers? What are the functions of human resources management? What is included in each function of human resource management?
Human Resources Management continued 24 What are the two main parts of planning and job analysis? How can employees be classified? How does a human resource manager determine job requirements?
Human Resources Management continued 25 What are the two main parts of recruiting and hiring employees? What is included in the application process? What is included in new employee orientation?
Human Resources Management continued 26 What are the two main parts of managing compensations and benefits? What are the different types of compensation? What are some employee benefits that may be available?
27 What are the two main parts of managing performance of employees? What is included in employee evaluation? How may an employee transition throughout the company? Human Resources Management continued
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