EBT 4.02 Business Management.ppt - Ms. Barrows

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Understand business
management activities and
careers.
    What is business
     management?
• The direct control of a business
 or enterprise.
  • Managers work with people and
    use available resources to
    accomplish organizational goals
 Levels of Business Management
            (Managers)

1. Top-level
2. Middle-level
3. First-line OR Supervisory
   – sometimes called operational managers
1. Top-Level Managers
 • Set goals
 • Plan for the future

 • Examples
        •   President
        •   Vice president
        •   CEO

Top-level managers usually consist of a small group of
            people or even one person.
2. Middle-level Managers
• Carry out the decisions of top-level
  management. They are
  responsible for
• Planning and controlling an
  operation.
      • Plant managers
      • Department heads
3. First-Line Managers
  • Direct the day-to-day
    activities of operational
    employees.

  • Examples
     •   Supervisors
     •   Team Leaders
     •   Coaches
     •   Unit Coordinators
Four Functions of Managers



PLANNING        ORGANIZING




CONTROLLING      LEADING
         1. Planning
• Setting company goals
• Deciding what must be done (Top-
  level managers),
• Deciding how the work will be
  grouped
• Making hiring decisions
       2. Organizing
• Assigning managers different tasks
• Coordinating activities.
• Knowing what the other managers are
  doing
         3. Leading
• Creating a vision for the company
• Setting standards
• Communicating company goals to
  employees
• Providing guidance
• Resolving conflict among employees
          4. Controlling
• Keeping the company on track
• Making sure all goals are met
        Some Business
      Management Careers
 Administrative      Loan Officers and
  Services Manager     Counselors
 Construction        Health Service
  Manager              Manager
 Education           Hotel Manager
  Administrators      Human Resources
 Farm Operations      (HR) Manager
  and Manager         Public Relations
 Funeral Director     Manager
Occupational Outlook Handbook


  Lists various information on
  hundreds of different types of
  jobs

  Available online and in hard
  copy
   – www.bls.gov/oco
The OOH provides information about:

 The training and education needed
     •   High School Diploma
     •   High School Career and Technical Education/Training
     •   On the Job Training
     •   Apprenticeship
     •   Bachelors’ Degree
     •   Masters’ Degree
     •   PhD (Doctorial Degree)

 Salary
 Work descriptions (job duties)
 Working conditions (environment)

				
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