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What Kinds Of Management?

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The different types of management are lower, middle, and upper management. Generally, if a person does not have a great deal of education, they will need to work their way through the ranks, by starting out as a lower management employee.

• A low-level manager may be responsible for just a few employees - this type of position is similar to an assistant manager position. People who work in lower management may have their tasks and work duties delegated to them by a middle or upper management executive.

• Middle managers are liaisons between the upper echelons of a company, and the workers. Middle managers usually make schedules, hire regular staff and supervise daily operations. Middle managers may need to keep track of time-sheets or their staff's hours, and schedule staff according to budgets created by upper management. In general, the middle managers will have some freedom to reprimand staff and make decisions about work projects; however, they will often take orders from higher-ups.

• Upper management hold more responsibility for a company's success or failure - the buck stops with them. Examples of upper management positions include CEO's (chief executive officers), CFO's (chief financial officers), and COO's (chief operating officers).

Certain types of education will be useful if a person wants to move up to middle and upper management. MBA programs are popular choices for many aspiring business moguls. Degrees in business administration, accounting or law may also be useful for people seeking out the biggest upper management jobs in a corporation.

There are also plenty of ways to take continuing studies courses to upgrade an education in order to win a promotion to middle or upper management.

Merit is generally rewarded in an office management structure; if low-level managers step up and exceed expectations, they may be able to climb the ladder. However, they may have to take some extra courses and training to do so.
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There are three levels of Management.

1)Top Level Managers.
2)Middle Level Managers.
3)First Level Managers.

1) Top Level

Top level Managers are empowered to make major decisions
affecting the present and the future of the firm.
Top level managers are the peoples who give the
organization its general direction; they decide where it is
going and how it will get there.

2) Middle Level

Middle level managers are managers who are neither
executives nor first level supervisors,but who serve as a
link between two groups. Middle level managers conduct most
of the coordination activities within the firm.

3) First Level

Managers who supervised operatives are referred to as first
level managers.This kind of managers helps to shape up the
attitudes of new employees towards the firm.
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