how to motivate

How managers can motivate

Employees’ performance has been established to be directly related to employees’ motivation. Employees are parts of the human resources, the most important factor of any organisation. Employees’ successful motivation will add value to the organisation. Employees are the building blocks of an organization. Organizational success depends on the collective efforts of the employees. The employees …

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Leadership theories

Leadership Theories

Leadership is the process of channelizing the energy of an individual or a group towards the realisation of specific goals, objectives and vision. Over the decades, many great scholars, researchers and academicians have conducted various research and studies to discover the factors that contribute to effective leadership. In this process, the following theories of leadership have …

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Meaning: Leadership is an important element of the directing function of management. Wherever, there is an organized group of people working towards a common goal, some type of leadership becomes essential. “Leadership is not defined by the exercise of power but by the capacity to increase the sense of power among those led,” Marry Parker Follet …

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Management Process- Directing & Controlling; Role of Management

Directing (Leading) Directing as a managerial function, deals with guiding and instructing people to do the work in the right manner. Directing/leading is the responsibility of managers at all levels. They have to work as leaders of their subordinates. Clear plans and sound organisation set the stage but it requires a manager to direct and …

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Management- Scope and Process

Scope Although it is difficult to precisely define the scope of management, yet the following areas are included in it: 1.  Subject-Matter of Management: Planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and controlling are the activities included in the subject matter of management. 2.  Functional Areas of Management: These include: Financial Management includes accounting, budgetary control, quality control, financial planning and managing the …

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Management- Nature and Scope

Management is the process of administering and controlling the affairs of the organization, irrespective of its nature, type, structure and size. It is an act of creating and maintaining such a business environment wherein the members of the organization can work together, and achieve business objectives efficiently and effectively. Management acts as a guide to a group of people …

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