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1Introduction to Management Reserved AreaLECTURE 1:Introduction to ManagementMGT 101
2Introduction to Management Reserved AreaCourse Objectives:1. To provide students with the theoretical background regarding Introduction to management.2. To assist students in applying acquired skills and knowledge to real-life situations.3. To provide a virtual classroom environment that enhances the quality of learning of the off campus students.
3Introduction to Management Reserved AreaCourse PolicyCourse Description:Management and theories.Organizational CultureDecision MakingPlanning FundamentalsOrganizational StructureStrategic ManagementOrganizingHuman Resource ManagementLeadershipUnderstanding groups and teamsMotivating EmployeesCommunicationControlling
5Introduction to Management Reserved AreaCourse Policy (Contd.)Text Book:Management, 10th Edition by Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter, Pearson-Education.Reference Text:Management by Chuck Williams, South-Western Publishing.
6Introduction to Management Reserved AreaChapter 1:Introduction to Management and Organizations
7Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaIn this chapter we will discuss:What is Management ?Who is a Manager ?Types of Managers.Functions Managers perform.Managerial Roles.Skills Manager Require.What is an Organization ?Why Study Management ?
8Getting work done through others Introduction to Management (Chapter 1)Reserved AreaWhat is Management ?EffectivenessEfficiencyGetting work done through others
9Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaWhat is Management ? (Contd.)EfficiencyGetting work done with a minimum of effort, expense, or wasteDoings things right—most output for least inputEffectivenessAccomplishing tasks that help fulfill organizational objectivesDoing the right things
10Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaWhat is Management ? (Contd.)Management involves coordinating and overseeing the work activities of others so that their activities are completed efficiently and effectively.Who is a Manager ?Someone who coordinates and oversees the work of other people so that organizational goals can be accomplished.
11Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaTypes of Managers?
12Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaTypes of Managers?First-line ManagersManage the performance of entry-level employeesEncourage, monitor, and reward the performance of workersTeach entry-level employees how to do their jobsMake detailed schedules and operating plans
13Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaTypes of Managers? (Contd.)Middle ManagersPlan and allocate resources to meet objectivesCoordinate and link groups, departments, and divisionsMonitor and manage the performance of subunits and managers who report to themImplement changes or strategies generated by top managers
14Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaTypes of Managers? (Contd.)Top ManagersCreating a context for changeDeveloping commitment and ownership in employeesCreating a positive organizational culture throughlanguage and actionMonitoring their business environments
15Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaFunctions Managers Perform?PlanningDetermining organizational goals and means for achieving themOrganizingDeciding where decisions will be madeWho will do what jobs and tasksWho will work for whomLeadingWorking with and through people to accomplish goals.ControllingMonitoring progress toward goal achievement and taking corrective action when needed
16Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaManagerial Roles (Contd.)InformationalRoleActivityExamplesMonitorSeek and acquire work related information.Scan/read trade press, periodicals and reports; attend seminars and training; maintain personal contacts.DisseminatorCommunicate/disseminate information to others within the organization.Send memos and reports; information staffers and subordinates of decisions.SpokespersonCommunicate/transmit information to outsiders.Pass on memos, reports and informational materials; participate in conferences/meetings and report progress.
17Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaManagerial Roles (Contd.)InterpersonalRoleActivityExamplesFigureheadPerform social and legal duties, act as symbolic leader.Greet visitors, sign legal documents, attend ribbon cutting ceremonies etc.LeaderDirect and motivate subordinates, select and train employees.Includes almost all interactions with subordinates.LiaisonEstablish and maintain contacts within and outside the organization.Business correspondence, participation in meetings with representatives of other divisions and organizations.
18Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaManagerial Roles (Contd.)DecisionalRoleActivityExamplesDecisionalIdentify new ideas and initiate improvement projects.Implement innovations; Plan for the future.Disturbance HandlerDeals with dispute or problems and takes corrective actions.Settle conflicts between subordinates; choose strategic alternatives; Overcome crisis situations.Resource AllocatorDecides where to apply resources.Draft and approval of plans, schedules, budgets; Set priorities.NegotiatorNegotiates to have a win situation for the organization.Negotiating a business deal.
19Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaWhat Skills Manager Require ?Technical SkillsHuman SkillsConceptual SkillsMotivation to Manage
20Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaSkills Manager Require ? (Contd.)Technical SkillsKnowledge and proficiency in a specific fieldHuman SkillsThe ability to work well with other peopleConceptual SkillsThe ability to think and conceptualize about abstract and complex situations concerning the organization
23Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaSkills Manager Require ? (Contd.)Conceptual SkillsAbility to use information to solve business problemsIdentification of opportunities for innovationRecognition of problem areas and implementation of solutionsSelection of critical information from masses of dataUnderstanding of business uses of technologyUnderstanding of organization’s business model
24Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaSkills Manager Require ? (Contd.)Interpersonal SkillsCoaching and mentoring skillsDiversity skills: working with diverse people and culturesNetworking within the organizationNetworking outside the organizationWorking in teams; cooperation and commitment
25Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaSkills Manager Require ? (Contd.)Communication SkillsAbility to transform ideas into words and actionsCredibility among colleagues, peers, and subordinatesListening and asking questionsPresentation skills; spoken formatPresentation skills; written and/or graphic formats
26Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaSkills Manager Require ? (Contd.)Effectiveness SkillsContributing to corporate mission/departmental objectivesCustomer focusMultitasking: working at multiple tasks in parallelNegotiating skillsProject managementReviewing operations and implementing improvements
27Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaWhat is an Organization?A deliberate arrangement of people to accomplish some specific purpose.Common CharacteristicsHave a distinct purpose (goal)Composed of peopleHave a deliberate structure
28Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaWhat is an Organization? (Contd.)Common Characteristics
29Introduction to Management (Chapter 1) Reserved AreaReference:Exhibit 1-10,Management 10th Ed. by Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter, Pearson Education.Why study Management ?Universal Need of Management
30Introduction to Management Reserved AreaEND OF CHAPTER 1:Introduction to ManagementMGT 101