Top 7 Traits of Great Managers
4. PLANNING AND GOAL SETTING
5. COMMUNICATION SKILLS
6. FLEXIBILITY, VERSITILITY & RESILIENCE
7. DEVELOPING, DELEGATING & APPRECIATING
Management is the process of reaching organisation goals by working with people and resources. There are 4 basic functions that make up the management process– Planning, Organising, Influencing and Controlling.
The management of business operations, departments and people are usually repetitive, permanent or semi-permanent functional activities to produce a service/s or product/s.
A project and the management of a project is a temporary endeavour to produce a product or service or change.
The management of people and projects have many similar functions and require many of the same traits. However, due to the contrast in the nature of the two the systems to achieve the desired end state for both will be quite different, and therefore require the development of distinct technical skills and management strategies.
Most high performing companies have a formal process to develop their line managers, senior managers and project managers to achieve the levels of competence required in their roles.
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