Domain: Commerce and Management

No. of Journals: 1389

No of Journals with Feeds: 20

No. of Recent Papers/Articles Today: 39480

SubDisciplines covered

Business Administration
Business Ethics
Managerment Theories
 
 
 

Management can be referred to as the act of coordinating the efforts of various people in order to accomplish the desired goals/objectives using the available resources efficiently as well as effectively. The word manage comes from the Italian word maneggiare meaning to handle, especially tools.
Management Sub-disciplines:
The functions of management include:
  • Planning: This function involves deciding what needs to happen in the future and making plans for action.
  • Organizing: It is a management function of patterns of relationships among workers, and making optimum use of the resources required to ensure the successful carrying out of plans.
  • Staffing: Staffing includes job analysis, recruitment as well as hiring individuals for appropriate jobs.
  • Leading/directing: This management function involves determining what must be done in a particular situation and how to get people to do it.
  • Controlling/monitoring: This is the last function of management and it involves checking progress against the plans.
Roles
Management contains the following roles:
  • Interpersonal:These are management roles that involve coordination as well as interaction with the employees.
  • Informational:These are management roles that include handling, sharing, and analyzing various information.
  • Decisional:These are management roles that consist of decision-making.
Popular Topics in Management
The news in management revolve mostly around the management skills and the levels in which managers operate . Some important management skills include:
  • Political:These management skills are used to build a power base and establish various connections.
  • Conceptual:These management skills are used to analyze a number of complex situations.
  • Interpersonal:These management skills involve communicating, motivating, mentoring as well as delegating.
  • Diagnostic:These management skills include the ability to visualize the most appropriate response to a specific situation.
  • Technical:These management skills include expertise or skills in ones particular functional area.
Levels
The different levels of management are:
  • Top-level managers : The top level managers include the board of directors (including non-executive directors/executive directors), the president, the vice-president, the CEOsand other members of the C-level executives. They are responsible for overseeing as well as controlling the entire organization. They are set at the top and have the task of developing strategic plans, company policies etc.
  • Middle-level managers: Middle level managers includedepartment managers, branch managers and general managers. Some of their functions are:
    • To design/ implement the effective group as well as inter-group work and information systems.
    • To define as well as monitor group-level performance indicators.
    • To detect as well as resolve problems within and among work groups.
    • To design and put into action reward systems that support the cooperative behavior.
  • First-level managers: : First level managers include supervisors, section leads, foremen, etc. They are set as role models for employees that give:
    • Basic supervision.
    • Motivation.
    • Career planning.
    • Performance feedback.
Top Management Universities across globe:
Journals are the best published ones across top class universities in the world. The best management colleges are as follows:
  • London Business School
  • Wharton Business school, University of Pennsylvania
  • Harvard Business School
  • Stanford Graduate School Of Business
  • Insead, France / Singapore
  • Columbia Business school
  • IE Business School, Spain
  • MIT Sloan School Of Management
  • Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
  • Hong Kong UST Business School

 
 
 

American Salesman

0003-0902

ProQuest ABI/INFORM Complete

 
Management
 

Anales De Psicología Revista De La Facultad De Filosofía Y Ciencias De La Educación, (Sección De Psicología) , Universidad De Murcia

1695-2294

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

 
Environmental Sciences
Management
Business and Commerce
 

Annales Philosophici University Of Oradea'S Annals Of Philosophy

2067-3159
 
Management
Computer Science and IT
Business and Commerce
 

Annals Of Business Administrative Science

1347-4464
 
Management
 

Annals of Management Science

2161-5012
 
Management
Sciences
 

Annals Of The Stefan Cel Mare University Of Suceava : Fascicle Of The Faculty Of Economics And Public Administration

2066-575X
 
Business and Commerce
Management
Economics
 

Annual International Conference On Business Strategy And Organizational Behaviour (Bizstrategy)

2251-1970

ProQuest ABI/INFORM Complete

 
Management
 

Annual International Conference On Enterprise Marketing

2251-2098
 
Management
 

Annual Report (Bank Of Lithuania)

1392-4702
 
Management
Business and Commerce
 

Anuario De La Escuela De Historia (Virtual)

1853-7049
 
Management
History
Business and Commerce
 

Anuario Mexicano De Derecho Internacional

1870-4654

Science Direct

 
Management
History
Business and Commerce
 

Applications Of Management Science

0276-8976
 
Management
Operations
 

Archeia Iatrikon Hetaireon = Archives Of The Hellenic Medical Societies

1105-3992

Pubmed

 
Environmental Sciences
Medical and Health Sciences
Management
 
 
 
 
 
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