How Management Works The Concepts Visually Explained
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Management is an instinctive human trait. Children at play will organize themselves to assume different roles, with one often taking the lead. As a business discipline, management came to the fore with the Industrial Revolution, when factory owners needed to maximize human resources. However, while it remains vital to business today, the role of the manager is changing. Managers still have to get the best out of people, but they do so by engaging and empowering the workforce rather than simply giving instructions. As a result, managers require a broad range of personal skills as well as technical abilities; they need to be sympathetic when appraising staff but ruthless when writing budgets—and be as mindful of company values as they are of profit.
For these reasons, being a manager requires patience, adaptability, and skill. It demands vigilance—the ability to keep track of a project while simultaneously monitoring the external operating environment, where changes in demand and competition can mean the difference between success or failure. There are various approaches that a manager can use to plan the future—from strategic management (see pp.30–31) to design thinking (see pp.112–113)—but none of these is a substitute for watching the market, understanding consumer needs, and being ready to adapt when necessary.
This book explains the changing world of management in a simple and graphic way. It covers the origins of management theory and explores the range of management roles, using examples from a variety of commercial, nonprofit, and government organizations. It aims to help students and aspiring individuals to understand what management is, and how it works. It also aims to help managers – both to navigate the business world and to improve their management styles. Chapter 1 explains management theory, while Chapter 2 shows how it can be applied in practical contexts. Chapter 3 examines people management; Chapter 4 covers communication; and Chapter 5 looks at personal responsibility.