what l learnt in the management academic discipline
Management is the process that is characterized by directing or leading the entire or parts of an organization or business by manipulation or the deployment of human, material, financial, intangible or intellectual resources. However, management levels range from the top management, middle management and lower level management. Top management is composed of board of directors and chief executive officers; middle management consists of the branch managers while the lower management consists of the supervisors. Middle managers are the active individuals who connect employees with the top managers (Lussier, 2012). This paper focuses on the summary of areas that have been leant in the management academic discipline.
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