Managing People and Organizations Essay
According to Katz’s theory managers require three of this following skills to be successful at their job, conceptual, interpersonal and technical (Robbins, Bergman, Stagg & Coulter, 2008). Katz also believed that the top management would require more conceptual skills then the rest and the middle management would require more interpersonal skill then the rest followed by the low management that requires technical skill the most. In this essay I would be looking into how Katz theory works and shows that all managerial roles in an organization requires interpersonal skills (Human skills) and whether there are other theories that would support his ideas.
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According to Daniel (Goleman, 2011), to be a CEO or a first tier manager, you would require to lead. Thus, CEOs or first tier managers would require an additional interpersonal skill set, which includes listening, communicating, persuading and collaborating. He recently had an interview with the chairman of East Coast Tink Tank and was told that they had to let a newly hired CEO go