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Are you about to enter the workforce? Are you an emerging professional? Are you new to your role in the organization? All prospective new employees benefit from understanding management principles, roles and responsibilities, regardless of position. Now you can acquire an in-depth understanding of the basic concepts and theories of management while exploring the manager's operational role in all types of organizations. Gain insight into the manager's responsibility in planning, organizing, leading, staffing and controlling within the workplace. It’s never too soon to plan your professional path by learning how the best managers manage for success! Upon completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Describe the difference between managers and leaders 2. Explore the focus of a manager’s job 3. Cite the required skills for a new manager’s success 4. Describe the five functions of management 5. Explain the new model management operating philosophy 6. Describe the hierarchy of planning 7. Use the SMART goal setting technique 8. Discuss the concept of evolution of leadership 9. Explain how customer satisfaction is linked to controlling 10. Discuss the power of building a network...

人気のレビュー

MJ
2015年11月8日

Great for people that, like me, does not have a management background but maybe end up dealing with this type of position. Good guidelines, simple but complete and using understandable examples.

YP
2020年5月27日

This course is very useful for management fraternity whether they are practitioners or academicians\n\nit changes my orientation with relevant examples. Thank you for the wonderful course.

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by Chinthu O S

2020年8月1日

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by Mohammed J I

2020年1月5日

done

by Hicham B

2015年10月10日

Good

by Ameer S

2020年8月16日

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by Beauvoir C J H

2018年1月18日

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by Mamadou K

2017年10月23日

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by Tassyo D P

2017年2月26日

Curso um pouco confuso, os assuntos não se conectam tão claramente. Além disso, toda a teoria é apenas a verbalização do que todo mundo já sabe de uma forma ou de outra.

by Joey K

2018年5月6日

More about the business of managing a company and not really about managing people (which is what I was hoping for).

by Ricardo S A

2015年9月4日

In spite of this course being very basic it give you a quick highlight on the fundamentals of management principles.

by Alessio T

2015年8月16日

Good course that gives a basic idea how management works and what is the difference between managers and leaders.

by Igor S

2015年11月9日

Nice content but a few bugs with the videos and sound track when watching online.

by Alex Z

2015年8月19日

Just soft teoretical material - need add some "real life" exsamples.

by Steven M

2015年9月5日

Maybe a little thin in terms of content; besides interesting

by María A A G

2016年3月26日

Excellent content, but the instructor does not motivate

by Giacomo V

2015年9月2日

Nice review of all things learned during College.

by Amanda L R

2016年6月13日

Good materials, but too long and drawn out.

by Sagi B

2019年1月6日

Very basic, not practical. didn't like it.

by SONIA M

2020年6月19日

Good learning

by Yunis A

2020年4月2日

it is so basic

by aula s

2020年6月3日

Thank you

by Manojkumar P

2016年1月7日

Nice one

by Ayush S

2020年3月8日

best

by Russel R

2015年11月6日

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by Basil S

2015年9月24日

As for information in course itself, it was interesting for me to enroll and to be part of the course.

But I highly dislike that there was a feeling of that the lecturer is trying to remember any things right while the video goes. It is not a real class, it is a video and it could be done much more accurately. There were many many boring moments, while management itself is not a boring discipline, it is very interesting.

Anyway I am glad I participated in the course.

by Will B

2015年8月27日

Too simplistic and not enough real world examples. It was clear instructor regurgitated material directly off of the screen, offered zero highlights to real world experience or issues. Rather than wasting a couple hours listening to presentations, download the slides and read them yourself. Disappointing.