Managing a dynamic and diverse environment
Management assumes the responsibility of achieving an organization’s goals. Managers must know how to lead, develop, sustain and continuously improve the organization’s efficiency and effectiveness. Managers direct human, financial, physical, and information resources in workplaces challenged with pluralism, globalization, unparalleled opportunities and unprecedented uncertainty.
In this dynamic environment, managers work to satisfy evolving customer and employee expectations while increasing the influence of the firm among key constituents. Every aspect of business has a management component, giving managers an optimal degree of flexibility and control over career opportunities.
- Leadership and team building
- Ethical decision-making
- Partnership development
- Communication and interpersonal skills
- Problem solving and consensus building
- Proficient use of financial reports
- Chief Executive Officer
- Executive Director
- Human Resources Manager
- Organizational Development Specialist
- Project Manager
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