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Business Managemnt Perspectives
Ms. Christine Palevic/English Comp
Columbia Southern University
Business Management Perspectives
Management plays a significant aspect in how businesses operates. Management is the core in any organization. It is the fundamental force to operate the business. Managers are finding solutions within problems, and they have their responsibilities and abilities to deal with it. Mullins (1999) explains clearly that the path through management theory and how entangled theories have brought about conflict and confusion. It recommends using management discipline rather than trying to finagle our way through several theories and “schools of thought”. Such principles and theories which have formed the basis of the opinions, educational institutions or business management, emphasized finding methods to more effectively manage work and organizations behavioral track. These methods can consist up of training on how to communicate effectively, constructive criticism, organizational skills and even work ethics.
To begin, managers on a daily basis have to deal with several stakeholders, both internal and external. These two are major interpersonal roles which proves managers the need to communicate with their employees. Having these skills shows a good practice and knowledge that management information that transfers critical elements are needed to obtain and maintain a competitive advantage. These knowledgeable management skills, attributes that to the processes of capturing, creating, sharing, and utilizing the organizational module that is essential for driving innovativeness. This in the long run will produce great productivity in the work place, a sense of competitiveness with its outside customers. The customers will soon begin to view it's productivity as a high frequency source that prouduces overall accessibility that is easy and possibly affordable, whether in fashion or business world. Some fan based trends can not be reliable regardless of the nature at hand.
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