An Introduction to Managerial Styles

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Camelot College Programme : CMI Management and Leadership Unit Title : An introduction to managerial styles Unit Number : 4001 Unit Level : Level 5 Module Tutor : GOWHER MALIK Learner’s name and statement of authenticity: Learner’s Name: TALHA AZAM Learner’s ID: Date handed-in: I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. Where the work of others has been used to support my work then credit has been acknowledged. Signature: ……………………. Date: …………… Learner’s name and statement of authenticity: Learner’s Name: TALHA AZAM Learner’s ID: Date handed-in: I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my…show more content…
Efficiency And Effectiveness Compared In management, these two terms are distinct from each other having slightly varying meanings because at times one may have to opt for efficiency over effectiveness or vice versa. The term efficiency is basically the ability to maintain quality of a task using a particular ability and the least amount of inputs. Effectiveness is a more straight forward direct response to a given task. Being effective means achieving present goals and measuring up against those goals. Effectiveness vs Efficiency – The Conflict One can achieve both at the same time but it is rare. Most of the time to become effective one has to lose out on efficiency. These two measurement sticks are dualities that are always in conflict. The goal of any management is to achieve a high level of both or rather a combined high level. For any management team or executive, the pursuit to merge a good amount of these two qualities together requires some amount of sacrifice. To become highly effective, efficiency has to be first sacrificed after which it can be slowly increased without a considerable drop in effectiveness. This is the most accepted method used by managers because results matter to clients and customers instead of the cost of acquiring it. Q2# Explain why values, attitudes and assumptions are of critical importance in managerial behaviour and organisations. Because the nature of work these
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