Principles Of Managerial Job Description

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgement 1
Introduction 2
Vision, Mission and Goal of an organization 2 Characteristics and career planning…………………………………………………………………………………………………3 Job Description 3
Principles of Responsibility 3
The managerial job description dimensions 4 Key Responsibilities………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..5 Skill specifications……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5

PROFESSIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In this project I have made an honest and dedication attempt to make the project “PRODUCE A PROFESSIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION” as authentic as it could. The best effort which made by me it may not prove successful without proper guidance. But without any guidance it
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It is an organized statement contains the facts about the duties and responsibilities of a specific job. It has narrow scope as it forms a part of job analysis. The job description is a part of job analysis. It consists of job identification, job summary etc. it starts with job identification followed by job summary, and tells about the jobs relation with other job. It helps in job grading pavement, promotions and grievance redressed.

PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBILITY

Responsibility is the obligation to accomplish the assigned task. On other words, it is an obligation to do something with an intension to achieve some output or result.
The principles of responsibility are derived from the ownership of the organization. Owners hire group of individuals called board of directors and give responsibility chain and flows through the organization structure. Usually managers have the following responsibilities while managing the workforce. o Making of decisions o Reaching the standard goals o Directing the employees and organizational efforts towards the objectives. o Oversee the work effort of employee o Dealing with immediate
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It is concerned with determining organizational goals and formulating the policies and procedures for attaining those goals. Planning is future oriented and charts out the directions for attempting the goals. Forecasting is the important element of a planning process.
Organizing: It is the method of achieving the planned task. It is the process of allocating the jobs in the direction of achieving the goals. Organizing includes activities like- allocation of tasks to subordinates, establishing departments, delegation of authority, establishing channels of communication, coordination of work and so on.
Directing: The next step is the executive of the plan. In other words, it is the process of achieving and coordinating the individual and group effects in order to achieve the goals and objectives. Directing includes activities like maintain morale, getting things done by subordinates, motivating subordinates etc., in accordance with goal achievement.
Controlling: This is the function after directing is controlling, which is the process of checking the performance to confirm whether, the activities are going according to the plans made. Controlling involves the activities like setting performance standards, checking, verifying and comparing the actual with the plans and taking corrective action if

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