Last Update: 6/2019
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The term ‘Levels of Management’ refers to a strict separation of the kinds of work
What you’ll learn:
Explain What is meant by Levels of Management
Explain the Various Categories of Levels of Management
Describe the Functions of Top Level Management
List the Qualities of a Strategic Leader
Describe the Functions of Middle Level Management
Describe the Functions of Low Level Management
Explain the Various Terms Related to Management
Explain the Role of Delegation for Better Management
Compare Management and Administration
Describe the Various Functions of Management
Explain the Types of Management Roles
Explain the Role of Team Building for Better Management
Explain Various Problem Solving Techniques
Explain What is Emotional Intelligence
Describe the Strategies to Improve Employee Relations
No prior knowledge is required
The level of management determines a chain of command, the amount of authority and status enjoyed by any managerial position and there are three main levels of management in any organization such as: Top Level Management, Middle Level Management and Lower Level Management. Hence, to understand the management of any organization, it is very important to understand the difference between the levels of management and how they contribute to the overall working of the organization.
The term ‘Levels of Management’ refers to a line of demarcation between various managerial positions in an organization.
The number of levels in management increases when the size of the business and work force increases and vice versa.
The level of management determines a chain of command, the amount of authority and status enjoyed by any managerial position.
Generally, the managers at this level hold positions in the top one or two levels of hierarchy in an organization. Top managers do not manage the day-to-day activities of the firm but instead set goals for the organization and direct the company to achieve them. Some of the titles that such top level managers or executives hold are: Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Operational Officer (COO), Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chairperson of the Board, President, Vice- president and Corporate Head.
These top managers have extensive experience in their field and also have a great deal of managerial experience. They have moved up through the ranks of management within the company or in another firm. Some CEOs are hired in from other top management positions in other companies. On the other hand, deserving individuals from within the organization may be groomed through management development activities, coaching, and mentoring and then be promoted as a CEO. Such deserving individuals are identified through succession planning, which identifies high potential managers.
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