Surprising facts about management
A common phrase soon after you graduate from your MBA program and start attending interviews for managerial roles will – “isn’t he too young and lacks experience? Will he/she be able to handle the job?”
This is a common phrase tossed around when the organizations replace their management retirees with the “freshly off boats”. Even young managers who are appointed by firms expressed concerns regarding the attitude of employees who have been working for the firm for years and are at least 20 years older than the new manager. They often show frustration to be working under a manager so much younger and inexperienced than them. Continue reading –>
Manorlands Hospice fund collection by management students
A student of management studies has recently collected more than £ 7,800 for Oxenhope Sure Ryder of Manor lands Hospice. A student of event management at the Craven college of Skipton, Polly Roberts organized a fund raising ball as her last project for the foundation degree. Moreover, being the administrator of the Fisher Medical center at Skipton she made a decision to donate all the proceeds to the local Hospice.
The ball for the fund raiser was organized at the local Coniston Hotel Country Estate and spa and was attended by Polly’s friends, family and colleagues. Continue reading –>
We spoke to some o the topmost managers of MNC’s around the world and most of them suggested that they believe the core concept behind being an effective manager is to have a firm footing on the fundamentals rather that fluff and fancy. While the usual prescription of skills like being an effective speaker to woo a room full of audience counting up to a thousand heads, but the main aspect of operational effectiveness depends upon how well one can execute their fundamentals of management day in and day out.
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