Allan Mulally

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Traditional manager vs new manager
Traditional manager: 1. Think of self as the boss,2. Follows organizational chain of command. 3. Works within a set organizational structure. 4. Makes most decisions alone, 5. Tries to master one major discipline, 6. Demands long hours and hard work.
New manager:: 1. Thinks of self as team leader, coach, consultant, 2.deals with enyone necessary to get the job done, 3. Changes organizational structure in response to market changes (flexible,adaptable). 4.invites others to join in decision making. 5.shares information with others 6. Tries to master broad array of disciplines(subject areas). 7. Demands results from the employees(its not necessarily how long you work, the managers wants to see results.
Managerial skills:::
Technical skills;; are the skills that have to do with a particular job that you are related. Conceptual skills;;the ability to see the big picture in buss wich means being able to see how the different part of a business interact and depend on each other. Interpersonal skills;;how you communicate with other people. Communication skills;; the way in wich a person is able to send out information to others. Political skills;;being able to efficiently network with other people. Decision making skills;; analyzing different sets of information that a manager is face with and making a decision making a decision baed upon the information that is presented to you. Negotiation skills;; trying to get different groups of people who have different interest in different agendas to reach a compromise.. in a compromise each group is suppose to give up something that they really wanted.
September 6, 2011
Chapter 2: the management environment
Question: according to the textbook, what are some of the changing trends in our society wich will cause managers to act and perform their jobs and a different way? 1. Globalization-…...

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