The behavioural science approach of management is focused on the psychological and sociological processes (attitude, motivations, and group dynamics) that influence employee performance. While the classic approach is focused on the work done by employees, the behavioural approach focuses on the employees themselves.
The interpersonal relationship model is a model that describes interpersonal relations. Although no model with the name ‘Interpersonal Relationship Model’ has been published, enough research has been done into interpersonal relationships to derive a number of basic principles from.
Henry Mintzberg distinguishes ten key managerial roles that managers and executives fulfil. These Mintzberg Managerial Roles are subsequently divided up into three categories: the interpersonal category, the informational category and the decisional category.
This article describes the difference between leadership and management in a practical way. After reading you will understand the basics of these powerful management principles. Introduction Organizations sometimes confuse and…
Henry Mintzberg, OC, OQ, FRSC (1939) is an internationally renowned academic, author and researcher. He is currently professor of Management Studies at the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University…
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