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    Khin Mie Mie Zaw Myanmar The big role of manager.
    2015-04-23 08:04:54

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    Simbarashe Vengai Zimbabwe The aim of every management system is to ensure that objectives are being met.
    2015-04-23 08:04:52

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    Mervyn Viano Zimbabwe The principal aim of the management roles is achieving organizational objectives and goals.
    2015-04-15 16:04:10

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    Itebogeng Saya South Africa Depending on the type of managerial position it's principle is to achieve the objectives and can be described as POLC CCM
    2015-04-09 22:04:07

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    Pascal Kouame Kouakou Israel accountability in management, can we not separate them ? they are not independent ?
    2015-04-08 00:04:30

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    Pascal Kouame Kouakou Israel Management of any structure is the heart beat. And the objectives must to be clear for the good function. the role of management is capital.
    2015-04-08 00:04:39

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    Dharono Trisawego Indonesia manager did have to go according to the wisdom given to him
    2015-04-07 11:04:10

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    Jayalakshmi Jayakumar United States of America Top-level managers include the board of directors, president, vice-president, CEO, and other similar positions. They are responsible for planning and directing the entire organization. Middle-level managers include general managers, branch managers, and department managers, all of whom are accountable to the top-level management for the functions of their departments. They devote more time to organizing and directing. First-level managers include supervisors, section leads, foremen, and similar positions. They focus on controlling and directing.
    2015-04-02 04:04:58

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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey To what extent can they work in this case ?
    2015-04-01 19:04:52

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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey Can the absence of one manager bring the service of another manager in he or her place?
    2015-04-01 19:04:58

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      2015-04-16 07:04:27
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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey Managers actually have to perform and vital roles to put the organisation at it's optimum point of achievement .
    2015-04-01 19:04:57

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    Chris iheme Nigeria managers should take the place of leadership
    2015-03-24 22:03:03

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    Valentino Chende United Kingdom Management must be fix ARMY...for bussiness
    2015-03-24 17:03:58

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    bennacer Hamid Algeria The importance of administrative leadership as a social and administrative necessity, which constitute the payoff entirely administrative process, it can not predict the success of any administrative work without it, but if successful administrative leadership is the source of the success of the company or organization, and reflected the importance of administrative leadership roles exercised by these leaders in companies based on them, using the appropriate tools to succeed, and administrative leader who enjoys competence, ability and knowledge and personal leadership and personality, is eligible to exercise their fundamental roles in leadership, success, using the available tools effectively, these roles to ensure access to the plans and achieve the desired goals .
    2015-03-16 00:03:26

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    Mercy Eze Nigeria Management operates through functions such as planning, organizing, staffing, leading/directing, controlling/monitoring, and motivation. These functions enable management to create strategies and compile resources to lead operations and monitor outputs.
    2015-03-11 13:03:33

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    Sandro Rojas Javier United Kingdom Managers is responsable to give task, Manage and lead the employees with the right tool as POLC CCM to achieve with successful the objectives of the organisation..
    2015-03-09 10:03:37

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      Léon Rafetison Madagascar The generic management functions which all managers perform may be described as the 'POLC CCM' functions or roles as discussed earlier.
      2015-03-11 09:03:57
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    John Chua Singapore It is the responsibility and role of management to ensure that employees are provided for in terms of finances, health care, and other related fiscal issues as well as making certain that social issues such as community viability and emotional stability are positive. One of the primary managerial duties in any organization is to ensure that each individual is taken care of financially. This means that it is the responsibility and role of management to ascertain if pay rates are commensurate with national levels as well as if they are suitable for the community in which the majority of employees live. This certainly involves a sustained level of awareness to such issues among management and the willingness to take economic change into account. Generally speaking, if financial security issues arise within an organization (whether its in terms of general pay scales, stock options, or other financial incentives offered) it is management that is held responsible. With this in mind, it is key that management recognize their role as the providers of this security and that they make certain these needs and concerns are handled. As a side issue, if the community where most employees reside is not on par with the pay offered, it is up to management to address this problem by either raising pay scales or by making the changes to handle the situation. If employees cannot trust management with the task of understanding these concerns, this could result in great dissatisfaction with the organization as a whole and this could, in turn, be detrimental. Related to the idea that it is up to management to ensure and provide financial wellbeing and security to its employees is the issue of health care. With skyrocketing corporate, organizational, and certainly personal costs of this necessity, it is also important for management to make certain that their plan is competitive and geared toward the needs of their employees. Since this is a growing concern among employees in all sectors, management must again be held responsible for the research that is essential when making such important decisions for employees. Management must be held responsible for selecting and implementing health care policy at the organization level and hence must also recognize that it is their responsibility to understand fully how their employees feel about it. Since one key role of management is to listen to the concerns of employees, it is important that they be held to task for decisions and listen to criticism when it is valid. The same applies to other less organizational issues that arise, especially in terms of the emotional stability of employees. Being as that it is crucial for management to listen to concerns, if they find that employees are unhappy, it is their responsibilities to make any necessary adjustments to correct such problems as well as root out their ultimate cause. All issues dealt with by management at the organizational level have an impact on employees and thus must be made with their best interest in mind. It is important to let employees know through regular meetings that their needs and opinions are valued. Employees should feel as though they have the ability and right to approach management with any of the issues and these statements should always be taken into account when management makes further decisions. In a nutshell, management is the backbone of the organization as well as its eyes and ears and employees must have this stable presence to address in case of problems.
    2015-03-08 06:03:35

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    Sunet Britz South Africa POLC CCM stands for planning, organising, leading, controlling, communicating, creating and motivating. These are the functions of managers and fall under the generic function of management. Planning will be operational, tactical and strategic. Organising to insure efficient resources, resources include Human resources, natural, capital and entrepreneural resources. Leading will involve leading by example. Controlling is the supervision of employees and controlling functions. Communicating insuring employees are informed. Creating refers to coming up with innovative ways to perform tasks and lastly motivating employees to perform to the best of their abilities. These are all functions to insure that the operations goals are met.
    2015-03-03 14:03:02

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    Francis Anubi Kenya It's very important to note organizational charts that involves hierarchical structures and the functional structures, the vertical and matrix structures. Team work would produce common goals and directions at the management level then goals and objectives will be achieved even more easily.
    2015-03-02 16:03:28

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    Nicodemus Ondere Kenya management roles -this is very interesting as it is the principle aim of any manager is to ensure the organisations goals and objectives are archived
    2015-02-27 12:02:36

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