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Arijit

Why don't all managers follow the principles of management?? Still they become managers?? Why?? How?? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Good and Bad Managers
Umair

Because these 14 principles are not part of the job description of a manager. He manages and is free to manage in his own natural style.
 

 
14 Management Principles
Vinit

The 14 principals are not always practical, it depends on your work area and your surroundings. A few things remain the same, but management decisions and management policies change frequently.
 

 
Response to Arijit: Culture
Joy

Speaking from experience of developing country, the culture of inefficiency and ineffectiveness perpetutated by the highest office of the country makes it challenging for the principles to work. This culture is not only present in the country as a whole but in organisations as well. The general situation of the country's socio-economic and political structure provides poor environment for the managers to practice good management. (Opinion/reflection)
 

 
Good and Bad Managers
muhammad sharif

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Managers are only Human
Evelyn Mendoza

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Applying and Blending Management Theories
Ashok A kella, Finance Manager, India, Member

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Principle 6 - Subordination of Individual Interest
Dennis Munene, Manager, Kenya, Member

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