Proper Management Strategies

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Proper management is one of the most important factors to consider in order to be effective and efficient in the workplace. Properly implemented management strategies can help the organization flourish and move in the right direction. Although effective management can be costly, I believe it is important to consider the opportunity costs of not being effective. The problems of ineffective management can lead to poor performance by lower and higher employees and can cripple even the most resilient of companies. There are a few areas that have caught my attention, and so I believe these are the most important issues with utmost priority. The areas of training, reward and compensation, and most importantly overall leadership are the areas lacking proper personnel/management creating issues. The three step process of: first initially identifying the problems throughout the organization, second we can create the appropriate strategy needed to help employees/management, and third we implement and reflect on said strategies …show more content…
They can help guide and set the foundation for the organization that once gave them a chance to grow and succeed. This in return allows mid-level managers to strive to grow within the organization that looks after their esteemed employees. Employees will be given the opportunities to grow with the organization and continue the healthy relationship. This then gives recent employees an incentive to performing at above par levels also giving them the opportunity to grow within the organization. With proper leadership, employee evaluations as well manager evaluations can help deal with excellent and poor performance. Employees can be offered various ways to handle these situations such as resupply, retrain, refit, reassign, and ultimately release to provide the most effective and efficient planning towards

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