The Supervisory Manager's Role in the Workplace
The Supervsiory Manager's Role in the Workplace chapter serves as an introduction into the field of management. It helps to define the roles of managers, and identifies the different managerial levels within an organization. The module also explores the management process, and explains the steps necessary for employees to make the transition to becoming a manager.
Chapter 1: The Supervisory Mananger’s Role in the Workplace covers the following content areas:
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Managers are individuals who plan, organize, direct, and control the work of others in an organization. Managers direct and guide the work of others.
The management process consists of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. It is one of the key processes fulfilled by managers.
An organization's hierarchy is typically made up of four main levels, which includes executives, middle managers, supervisory managers, and nonmanagerial employees.
The basic principles of management consist of a number of practical guidelines that comprise the "essence of management."