Managing Activities. A Competence Approach to Supervisory Management. In Charge

  • ID: 2214561
  • Book
  • 220 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This series is designed for supervisors and front line managers and has been re–written to support the latest Management Standards from the Management Charter Initiative who have provided the Foreword.

Each book provides the knowledge and understanding required for the core and major options associated with the NVQ/SVQ3 level qualifications in Supervisory Management and is written in a manner that links learning with the supervisor/front line manager′s work experience. As such it also supports non–competence programmes such as the NEBSM Introductory and Full Certificate programmes in Supervisory Management.

Looking at the operations of an organization, Managing Activities examines the different types of organizations in both the public and private sectors. It then considers the internal relationships between operations, marketing, personnel, etc. within organizations.

The specific functions of operations are covered in detail:

  • work practices
  • Planning
  • Resourcing
  • Legislation
  • Customer relations
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1. Introduction.

2. Being in Charge.

3. What is Management Competence?

4. Setting Operations in Context.

5. The Operations Process.

6. Planning.

7. Organizing and Implementation.

8. Control.

9. Communicating with the Customer.

10. Managing Materials.

11. Managing the Working Environment.

12. Personal Competence.

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