4. Management is simply the process of
decision making and control over the
action of human beings for the expressed
purpose of attaining predetermined goals.
It is the accomplishment of results through
the efforts of people of organization.
Planning is the process of
thinking about the activities
required to achieve a desired
Identifies the goals or
objectives to be achieved.
Formulates strategies to
Arranges or creates the
means required, and
Monitors all steps in their
Organizing is a systematic
process of structuring,
integrating, coordinating task
goals, and activities to resources
in order to attain objectives.
and combines the human.
Physical and financial
resources of the organization.
The selection and training of
individuals for specific job
functions, and charging them
with the associated
Screening and selection
performed within an
organization or business to fill
12. Leading & Directing
This is said to be a process in which
the managers instruct, guide and
oversee the performance of the
workers to achieve predetermined
Building an effective work
Creating opportunity for
scheduling, and disciplining.
Controlling is a process which
measures and directs the actual
performance against the planned
goals of the organization.
16. Managers are the
for supervising the
use of an
resources to meet
I am the
17. To ensure that the technical tasks of an organization are
performed to convert its mission to reality
To make people capable of joint performance
Giving them common goals and values.
The right environment in which to operate.
The ongoing training so that they can perform and respond
18. Challenges of Managers
Achieving a stretch goal.
Bringing out the best in your employees
Hiring the right people
Team conflicts & creating innovative teams
Dealing with underperforming employees &
Dealing with outstanding employees and
Effective communication with your employees
Managing your time
Setting clear goals and expectations
Confronting your boss
Mind the skills gap
Breaking down silos
Finding the holy grail – employee engagement.
20. Management Level
Top Managers is made up of senior-level executives of an
organization, or those positions that hold the most responsibility.
Jobs titles such as:-
Chief Operating Officer (COO),
Chief Executive Officer (CEO),
Chief Financial Officer (CFO),
President, or Vice President.
These top managers are responsible for setting the overall direction
of a company and making sure that major organizational objectives
21. Management Level
Middle Managers Middle management is the intermediate
management of a hierarchical organization that is subordinate to the
executive management and responsible for at least two lower levels
of junior staff.
22. Management Level
First Line Managers is also known as supervisory / operative level of
management. It consists of -
supervisors, foreman, section officers, superintendent etc.