The Principles Of Effective Management

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companies to have effective communication and consequently to have affective organizations. A company must deliver a clear and consistent message to all the departments and part, not just a specific department. The communication should be simple and direct. It should be a type of communication that inspire and energize others. An effective organization must be able to provide different and multiple channels to allow a collaborative communication. All these advices are only possible if the company is aware of the crucial role of the communication and they develop an atmosphere of trust, inclusiveness and openness necessary to succeed in our complex environments. Principles of Effective Management. Nowadays, many writers have created…show more content…
These principles have been analyzed and adapted to our current needs of more service-oriented companies, but the basic principles are still valid and legitimate. The principles are enumerated as follows: unity of command, unity of direction, discipline, authority and responsibility, division of work, centralization, remuneration, order, scalar chain, equity, subordinate of individual to general interest, stability of tenure and ELEMENTS OF EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS 6 personnel initiative, and esprit de corps. It is important to notice that these principles are now interpreted in a different way for effective managers of large service-based organizations and high-tech companies as they have adapted some of these existing ideas into a more contemporary management framework (Rodrigues, 2001). This phenomenon happened because the work required for completing a task require less manual labor and more knowledge work, therefore the principles developed in the early 1916 had become less effective. For example, a manager cannot see inside the head of a computer engineer to devise the fastest way to create a new website. Some of the new ideas and principles of management are based on the management of knowledge. One example of these new principles created written and analyzed by Tom Peters and Robert Waterman, they focused their principles on the 43 of America’s most successful organizations in six major industries, analyzing what management exemplified in
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