Organizational Leadership And Human Resource Management

1000 Words May 10th, 2015 4 Pages
Management is the art, or science of achieving goals through people. More broadly management is the process of designing and maintaining an environment in which individuals, working together in groups efficiently accomplish selected aims (Kontz and Weihrich 1990, p.4). Therefore management refers to the development of bureaucracy that originates its importance from the need for co-ordination, strategic planning and directing and controlling large and complex decision-making processes. Management is concerned in the key areas of: administration, problem solving, organisational leadership and human resource management.

Management decision-making has traditionally been based on objectives such as sales, costs, efficiency and benefits. However changing patterns of employer-employee relationships have led to new concepts. Thus focusing on the experience of all stakeholders, as well as the objective measurement. The affective influence on stakeholders is an imperative measurement of management quality and organisational quality.

Conventional management has focused on mainly costs and efficiency but affective management focuses on the experience of the stakeholder. In order to understand the effectiveness of affective management, it is imperative to be able to measure it. A method for evaluating this approach includes corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports performing an evaluation based on publically available information such as financial reports. Due to public…
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