Why Managers Are Important For Organization

1300 WordsAug 10, 20146 Pages
Introduction Manager, the person who makes decision and design the organisation’s goals, based on their manager’s level, according to Robbins, Bergman, Stagg, and Coulter (2012). The main purpose of this essay is to identify the reason why we need to have managers in organisations. Based on the research below, we can clearly see that there is a need to have managers in operating and managing an organisation. For example, first- line, middle, and top managers perform different functions of management by using several skills and roles to implement the organisation’s activities. Besides, they apply different skills, functions, and roles to manage the organisation. In order to prove the skills, functions, and roles used by managers to perform…show more content…
However, the concept of Fayol’s five functions (as cite in Carroll and Gillen, 1987), are no longer use to us. So, the framework was set as planning, organising, leading, and controlling in the mid-1950. Planning- Identify the goals, initiate the strategy and develop the plans to achieve the objectives even the alternative. Organising- Arrange structures that should finished by workers to achieve organisation’s goals. Leading- Work with people and lead to the direction of the organisation’s objective. Controlling- Monitoring, comparing, and correcting work performance. Mintzberg (1971) illustrated 10 managers’ role in a (an) organisation/company. 10 roles were separated into three categories. Interpersonal—figure head, leader, and liaison, dealing with behaviours. Three roles relate to the manager 's behaviour that focuses on interpersonal contact. These roles derive directly from the authority and statistic associated with holding managerial office, (Mintzberg, 1971). Information—monitor, disseminator, and spokesman, processing activities (receiving, collecting, and disseminating) performed by a manager. A second set of managerial activities relates primarily to the processing of information, (Mintzberg, 1971). Decisional—entrepreneur, disturbance handle, resource allocate, and negotiator include decision-making of
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