Principles of Management

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Principles of Management by Mind Map: Principles of Management

1. Chapter 1

1.1. 1.1 Types Of Manager

1.1.1. - Empowerment is needed to take any action or control work of a manager

1.1.2. - Top managers are responsible for developing the organization's strategy

1.1.3. - Good managers are efficiency and effectiveness of a specific area

1.1.4. - Top managers ensure the organization's competitiveness and lower level managers'

1.2. 1.2 The Nature Of Managerial Work

1.2.1. - Managers are responsible for the processes of getting activities completed effectively

1.2.2. - Determine planning, organizing, leading, and controlling for the environment

1.2.3. - The 10 roles are divided into three groups Interpersonal, Informational, and decisional

1.2.4. - The three interpersonal roles are primarily concerned with interpersonal relationships.

1.2.5. - Managers are responsible for getting work done through others by using key managerial functions of planning, leading, and controlling.

1.2.6. - The principles of management are drawn from a number of academic fields, principally, the fields of leadership, entrepreneurship, and strategy.

1.3. 2.1 Leadership

1.3.1. Leadership is defined as the social and informal sources of influence that you use to inspire action taken by others.

1.3.2. General Electric exemplifies a corporation with an excellent reputation for developing leaders. In contrast to many companies, GE has always filled the CEO position with individuals.

1.3.3. Ideas are traded, tested, and put into practice quickly.

1.3.4. Leadership at Google amounts to a deep belief that if you give the proper tools to a group of people who like to make a difference.

1.3.5. Harry S. Truman was the 33rd U.S. president during (1884-1972) And Booker T. Washington is pushing down and pulling up the other (1856-1915)

1.3.6. The direct relationships with people in the interpersonal roles place the manager in a unique position

1.3.7. Managers are responsible for getting work done through others by using the key managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

1.3.8. Consisting of the functions of planning, organizing, and leading, and controlling will help you to meet these challenges

1.4. 2.2 Entrepreneurship

1.5. 2.3 Strategy

1.6. 2.4 Synchronizing Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy