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Maryam Bidmeshgipour, Malaysia

Which Background is Preferable for a Manager?

Selecting candidates for a job is never easy. Certainly when we're talking about managers, considering they are going to play an important role in your organization...
Which one do you prefer to hire for your projects?
1. A manager with a technical background (with engineering university degree), or
2. A manager with a management background (who has studied management)?
I'm more toward the administrative managers because they can lead better and assign every one to accomplish the job.
 

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Elain Lin, China
 

Preferred Manager Background Depends on Industry and Company

It depends on different industries and companies. In my company, the manager with a technical backgr... Sign up

 
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Jeannine Stoute, United States
 

Managing Systems or People?

If the concentration is managing people, I am in favor of the management background. The organizatio... Sign up

 
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D P BABU
Strategy Consultant, India
 

Background Discipline for a Manager

As practitioner of the management discipline one must be equipped with the basic potential to deal w... Sign up

 
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IRFAN AHMED
Student (MBA), Pakistan
 

Manager Must Have Knowledge of INDUSTRY

I think along with the management skills, a manager must also have some basic knowledge about the in... Sign up

 
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Beddoe, United Kingdom
 

Consider the Team as a Whole

I would suggest that this is solely down to the structure and skills already in the business. If th... Sign up

 
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Syed Fahad Sami
Project Manager, Pakistan
 

Getting the Best our of Employees

A management person acquires and learns the skills to deal effectively and efficiently with human re... Sign up

 
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MATTHEW ZHANG, China
 

Lower Managers and Higher Managers

Though most of time we feel comfortable to have certain technical expertise to take a manager role, ... Sign up

 
1
Nasir Cader
Student (Other)
 

Desired Background of Manager

Usually a manager should be at the top and a technician on the tap.... Sign up

 
10
A.J. Heideman
Management Consultant, Netherlands
 

Preferred Manager Background Depends on Type of Management

The first thing a project-manager should have is experience in project management. A line manager s... Sign up

 
9
Jagdish B Acharya
Consultant, India
 

SKILLS, Attitude and Openness More Useful Than Background

He should possess a minimum level of both technical and managerial skills. Besides those 2 things, ... Sign up

 
5
Dilip Khanal
CEO, Nepal
 

Required Background and Skils for Managers

I agree with Jagadish. There is no hard and fast rule. A manager's role and besired background depen... Sign up

 
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Theodore
Production, Hong Kong
 

Optimal Manager Background is Both, but this comes at a Cost...

I prefer to hire those who have both a technical background and management background. But of course... Sign up

 
8
Bhanwar Singh
Business Consultant, India
 

Managers are not Required to Be Subject Experts

People with a technical background are considered to be individualistic, weak in delegation, self ob... Sign up

 
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Oshun, Grace Okaima
Lecturer, Nigeria
 

Preferable Background for a Manager

Ideally, a manager should be trained in the art of managing resources - human and non-human. Therefo... Sign up

 
1
M.R. Bos
Manager, Netherlands
 

Preferred Background for a Manager

In my opinion he/she must be an innovator, interested in people, be an inspirator for others, with a... Sign up

 
4
Pedro Guedes Carvalho
Professor, Portugal
 

Manager Background Requirements

I agree that being interested in humans, assertivity and ethics are the basis to lead efficiently pe... Sign up

 
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Abdulrahaman Nashiru
Accountant, Nigeria
 

Ideal Profile of Manager Depends on Industry Sector

@Elain Lin : I agree that the industry determines the preferred type of manager. In an engineering... Sign up

 
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Javier Elenes
Business Consultant, Mexico
 

Background for Managing Director

As a retired managing director, I hired someone as my successor with both a sound technical base in ... Sign up

 
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Andrew Cole
Manager, United States
 

Manager Preferable Background: LEADERSHIP Skills

The question and most of the responses miss an important aspect. Managers from either backgrounds ca... Sign up

 
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VENKATESWARAN
Teacher, India
 

A Lot of Virtues...

After reading all the comments of the contributors, one wonders whether all the cumulative virtues d... Sign up

 
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Avijit Chobey, India
 

Situation-based Leaders

In projects the project leaders are situation-based and are temporary. After the goal of projects is... Sign up

 
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Shailesh
Teacher, India
 

Most Important for a Manager: LEARNING ATTITUDE

As rightly pointed out by some members, it depends on the on the stage of life cycle of the industry... Sign up

 
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Kwaku Awuku, Ghana
 

Preferable Background for a Manager

Generally, I think you should hire someone for capability, skills, values and behavior. However th... Sign up

 
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Shruti Misra
Coach, India
 

Leadership Qualities

@Andrew Cole : I agree it does not really matter which background one is from unless he/she possess ... Sign up

 
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M V Ananthakrishnan, India
 

Hiring Professionals for Projects

Technical qualifications relevant to the project profile is the PRIMARY requirement. Further, I feel... Sign up

 
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Arif ur Rehman
Professor, Pakistan
 

Effective Management Skills are Essential

Though to a limited extent the environment decides whether technical skills supersede or follow mana... Sign up

 
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Stephen Haris, Australia
 

Which Background is Preferable for a Manager

I have seen either work very well and either fail quite spectacularly. It really depends on what y... Sign up

 
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Radcliff A Owen, Australia
 

Management versus Leadership versus Technician

The business operating environment should determine the person required. In calm and steady times, ... Sign up

 
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Satya Narayan
Strategy Consultant, India
 

Background and Skills of a Manager Depends on ORGANIZATION TYPE and LEVEL IN HIERARCHY

Typically management functions are planning, organizing, directing/influencing (to get work done eff... Sign up

 
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Wulf-Dieter Krueger
Teacher, Thailand
 

No Subject Specialists for Managerial Positions

@Bhanwar Singh: a good manager needs a good broad general educational background that enables him/he... Sign up

 
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kayode shoyemi
Consultant, Nigeria
 

Who is the Best Manager

In my opinion, depending on the kind of organisation, I believe a manager should have good knowledge... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

Background of Manager in New Era

Management must be based on principles of openness - collaboration, transparency, sharing, and empow... Sign up

 
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Sunita
Manager, India
 

Background Skill for Manager

As an individual grows in his career, he has to only have an overview of technical skills and manag... Sign up

 
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dolly Nkabinde, South Africa
 

An Understanding of Both is Needed

I think a manager should have a strong management background and a business degree. She should be ... Sign up

 
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shaikh moheen
Professor, India
 

A Manager with Common Sense is Enough for any Industry

Education doesn't matter, what matters is what a manager has experienced. A manager who has sound k... Sign up

 
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michel wils
Business Consultant, Belgium
 

A Good Manager Must Be a People Manager with Good Leadership Skills

@D P Babu: I agree with you that a manager with very good technical and academic background can stil... Sign up

 
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Hafez Abroomandi
Student (MBA), Iran
 

Manager's LEVEL is Important to Determine the Appropriate Background

@Satya Narayan : I agree it depends upon his/her level. If we need him/her on practical level, I wi... Sign up

 
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Leodegardo M. Pruna
Professor, Philippines
 

Skills Managers Should Possess

Management decision skills, founded on good education and training, coupled with strong moral values... Sign up

 
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R.F.E. Peters, Netherlands
 

No Managing Without Knowledge

A manager needs to know about what he is managing. For example: a manager can successfully do what h... Sign up

 
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Faten Trimech
Accountant
 

Technical or Management Background

For hiring a manager we should focus our attention on the skills in communication, the capacity to l... Sign up

 
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Locke, New Zealand
 

Knowledge of the Industry

@IRFAN AHMED : I agree with your view that a knowledge of the industry or practice is essential in o... Sign up

 
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Dorota Powtak, Poland
 

There is no Technical Management

Technical education disturbs in building macro strategy and managers with technical background conce... Sign up

 
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Ravi Shankar
Manager, India
 

Background is Irrelevant

I think background does not play a major role. "managing" is a trait which can be developed and poli... Sign up

 
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sirelkhatim ibrahim nugud
Coach, Sudan
 

Which Background is Preferable for a Manager?

The manager should not necessarily be knowledgeable of all functions and technical issues. Instead ... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

Background for Manager in New Era

@Shaikh Moheen: of course education matters if only to dismiss the notion of "common sense". This is... Sign up

 
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ian cockerham, United Kingdom
 

A Managers Background

Your past is less important than where you're going! Still, I believe a manager needs more than a li... Sign up

 
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Cesar Babino
Manager, Argentina
 

Sometimes a Technical Background is Required...

You can't always develop a manager with a training in technical aspects, because some of them belong... Sign up

 
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Przemek Wysocki
Project Manager, Poland
 

Human Resource Management

All the same. The point is if someone has a predisposition to Human Resource Management. But project... Sign up

 
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Darryl Lynn Jones, United States
 

Manager Background Requisites

The optimal manager has technical competency with an attitude that is conducive to chameleon-like co... Sign up

 
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Ehsan Ramezanpour
Student (University), Iran
 

Which Background is Better for Manager?

I think the most important item beyond technical issues which are different from company to company,... Sign up

 
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nabeel faraz
Student (MBA), India
 

What Background is Preferable for a Manager?

I think the job or the domain decides what should be the background of a manager. On the other hand ... Sign up

 
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Jorge Garrido, Mexico
 

Managers Background

@Elain lin: Managers backround: 1. Needs experience leading people, a manger needs to be a leader (... Sign up

 
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Dennis Falk Jakobsen
 

Leaders - not Managers!

Great question! You want leaders - people who have the potential to become great trainers of their p... Sign up

 
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Richard Ahumibe
Management Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Combine Technical with Managerial Acumen

When it comes to level of importance between "technical" and "managerial" backgrounds, it is rather ... Sign up

 
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Ravi Chandran
Director, United Arab Emirates
 

Management Background

I fully agree, leadership skills are learnt over the years with experience, whereas technical skills... Sign up

 
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Rudy Ric Trabel
HR Consultant, Philippines
 

Correlation Study Needed on Prefered Management Background

A study could be conducted intending to correlate variables such as indicators of success versus fac... Sign up

 
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KATHRYN STEINER, MBA
Entrepreneur, United States
 

Management Skills Education Experience

This is an interesting discussion with much to consider with respect to the responses. For my commun... Sign up

 
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Clarise Morris, United Arab Emirates
 

Manager Qualifications

From where I see it, it is necessary that a manager has a working knowledge of all areas that he ove... Sign up

 
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DR.VIVEK DIWADKAR.
Business Consultant, India
 

Managerial Acumen

Today global business scenario demands managers with good technical qualifications and management sk... Sign up

 
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sweety, United States
 

Prerequisites for Managers Depends on What you Manage

Managers can manage people, project or a product. The required amount of technical knowledge will ... Sign up

 
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Michael Chin
Business Consultant, Singapore
 

Depends on the Role That the Manager is Supposed to Play

There are multiple levels of the organisation for a manager. At the highest level, leadership is imp... Sign up

 
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Feraidoon Bakhtiari
CxO / Board, Iran
 

Preferable Selection Measures

Promotion from within the company should be a basic policy of the company to promote its human resou... Sign up

 
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maen alhusseini
Manager, Syria
 

It is All About Team Integration

Leadership skills are required wherever you go along the hierarchy. However, the right level of ma... Sign up

 
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Richard Ahumibe
Management Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Re: Which Background is Preferable for a Manager

Prevalence of misleading human resources (HR) management paradigms is the commonest underlying cause... Sign up

 
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Dr Vasundhara Padmanabhan
Manager, India
 

Leadership more important than Skills

According to me, in educational institutions academic leadership is more important than the manageri... Sign up

 
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adeboye,clement, Nigeria
 

Preferable Background for a New Manager

A manager should have a minimum relevant experience and a track record of achieved results. The em... Sign up

 
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Vusal Aliyev, Azerbaijan
 

Which Background is Preferable for a Manager?

When I studied economics at university, my teacher on technology sciences used to say "Technologists... Sign up

 
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Osama Kamal
Management Consultant, Egypt
 

Even if You Have Both: Technical and Administrative...

@Andrew Cole : I agree that although it seems the best situation to have both skills, technical and ... Sign up

 
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Dr. Vishal Dilip Chavan
Professor, India
 

Need Proper Mix with Positive Vision Towards All Stake Holders

As far as my industry experience and teaching experience, I must say any manager needs a proper mix ... Sign up

 
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Luis, China
 

Consider the Level of the Manager

In an organization hierarchy, normally lower level managers are required to have industry background... Sign up

 
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Gerald Jett
United States
 

The Best Management Type? The Teamplayer

I feel the best managers are those that are willing to help to get the job done, no matter what it t... Sign up

 
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Juan Perez Eras, Mexico
 

Scoring and Comparing

A solution could be to score management and technical skills (from 1 to 5). Then you compare the can... Sign up

 
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Leodegardo M. Pruna
Professor, Philippines
 

Selecting Managers to Be in the Firm

@Ravi Shankar: there is only some truth to your statement but what if you need a very long time to d... Sign up

 
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Olsson, Sweden
 

Good Management Skills are Rare

Both skills can be taught to a certain level and the level of knowledge and mix depends on the wante... Sign up

 
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Srikumar Varma
India
 

Managerial Competence Plus Technical Background for the Industry at Hand

The world of business today is undergoing fast changes in all dimensions and it is imperative for ma... Sign up

 
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Tesfu, Ethiopia
 

Complete Background of a Project Manager

I agree that selecting the right person for any senior position is not an easy task. For a project ... Sign up

 
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Wolf
Project Manager, Germany
 

Systemic Interdisciplinary Background with Relational Profile

In order to facilitate teamwork and empower staff I would prefer a relational leader. These are seld... Sign up

 
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KATHRYN STEINER, MBA
Entrepreneur, United States
 

Effective Manager Includes Fixed and Flexible Traits

@Tesfu: this is a very comprehensive listing that could apply to all sectors...... Sign up

 
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Ulrich Schweiker
Director, Germany
 

Why Reduce Complexity?

It is easy to agree on most comments here, since they all try to capture aspects of complexity. Wha... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

No More Managers, There are Already Leaders in the Organisation

@D P Babu: every employee has the potential to become the manager. If "empowerment" is carried to it... Sign up

 
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Bill Boynton
Teacher, United States
 

Align Leadership Practices with Management Disciplines

Wow, this topic sure got a lot of comments. My experience has been as a general rule that organizat... Sign up

 
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Juan Perez Eras, Mexico
 

Focusing on the Discussion

@Bill Boynton: the issue established by Maryam is to select a manager between two extremes: a fully ... Sign up

 
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HABIB MOSTAFIZI
HR Consultant, Iran
 

Good Resume in Management and Having Knowledge of Industry

Management is art and science. So, studying management is not enough for being a good manager and l... Sign up

 
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ian cockerham, United Kingdom
 

The Selection of Managers

I am coming round to the view that what an engineer, teacher, bus driver, nurse, etc needs on first ... Sign up

 
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Sudheendra
Consultant, India
 

Which Hand Would you Like to Have: Left or Right?

It is like asking which hand (or eye) is preferred: left or right? There are no choices here as both... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

Which Wheel on the Car is the More Important

@Sudheendra: indeed I often ask my students which wheel on a car is the most important? Each is as n... Sign up

 
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VENKATESWARAN
Teacher, India
 

Technical Knowledge or Managerial Skills

@Dr Vasundhara Padmanabhan : why do you exclude and differentiate academic leadership from manageria... Sign up

 
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Jagdish B Acharya
Consultant, India
 

One Who Can Learn the Missing Aspects

Business needs vary from case to case. Both technical as well as administrative knowledge are essent... Sign up

 
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ichsan widyantoro, Indonesia
 

It Depends on the Department

In my opinion, it depends on the department that he leads. I think a manager with a technical backgr... Sign up

 
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ian cockerham, United Kingdom
 

Management Leadership and Technical Ability

@ichsan widyantoro: watching small children, it is clear that some are leaders, some are managers, s... Sign up

 
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FAYEZ, Saudi Arabia
 

Management is in Between Managers and Leaders

Managers are preferred when they understand the company/owners vision and mission and have the abili... Sign up

 
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Yeshwant Moodliar
Consultant, India
 

Which Background is Suitable for a Manager?

The first consideration should be what is the company's profile and in which industry they are opera... Sign up

 
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Svensson, Canada
 

Experience and Emotional Intelligence

I agree that knowledge of the industry is often important. But much also depends on the industry a... Sign up

 
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KATHRYN STEINER, MBA
Entrepreneur, United States
 

Vision and Mission Critical to Success of Business Endeavor

@Fayez: I believe you "hit the nail on the head" as the saying goes lol... Although everyone's comme... Sign up

 
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Jesper Jensen, United States
 

The Optimal Background for a Manager depends on the Management Level

To choose between a future manager with either a technical or management training background you fir... Sign up

 
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Thabo Motsoasele
Project Manager, South Africa
 

Soft and Hard Management Background

A balance of soft and hard skills is preferable, taking into account the role the individual is empl... Sign up

 
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Juan Perez Eras, Mexico
 

Coaching New Managers

Another solution to solve Maryam's dichotomy is to use coaching, selecting a person amongst some eng... Sign up

 
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Bruno Van Immerseel
Manager, Netherlands
 

Hiring New Managers-main Skills?

The choice of manager is depending on what you want to achieve. All depends on the position and what... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

Subject: Hiring New Managers Traits & Capabilities

Companies often find integrating social responsibility initiatives like integrity, ethics, responsib... Sign up

 
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J A Hegarty
Business School Marketer, Ireland
 

Acquiring Knowledge is a Key Skill for a Manager!

Most of this discussion is concerned with knowledge. When many companies must innovate or die, their... Sign up

 
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Robert Nyarko
Strategy Consultant, Ghana
 

A Manager Must Be Broad

To be a good manager, one should acquire skills and know-how from different disciplines during his w... Sign up

 
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KATHRYN STEINER, MBA
Entrepreneur, United States
 

Interdisciplinary and Relational Approach to Management

@Wolf: Hello - I really applaud your suggestions - relational is key - developing strong relationshi... Sign up

 
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Feraidoon Bakhtiari
CxO / Board, Iran
 

Promotions are Rarely Planned and Executed

You may know where you are standing and heading, but most employees do not not where they are now an... Sign up

 
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Leodegardo M. Pruna
Professor, Philippines
 

Managers with Technical Background Require More People Skills

@Elain Lin: I agree with what you said. Management is about a relationship with people that are work... Sign up

 
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siddheshwar vitthal lingdale
Student (MBA), India
 

It Depends on the Requirements of a Company

Yes, it's dependent on the requirements of an organization. If it's a manufacturing company it proba... Sign up

 
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Kidist Yami
Accountant, Ethiopia
 

It Depends on the Nature of the Company

I share the idea of @Elain Lin and @A.J. Heideman. It depends on the industry or the nature of the c... Sign up

 
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Oshun, Grace Okaima
Lecturer, Nigeria
 

Round Peg in Round Hole

Would anyone consider employing a butcher to perform the duties of a surgeon? A person with a manage... Sign up

 
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Leodegardo M. Pruna
Professor, Philippines
 

A Manager should be both an Artist and a Scientist

The first thing that a manager should do is to relate with people and doing this is an "ART". There... Sign up

 
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D P BABU
Strategy Consultant, India
 

No Doubt Management is a Social Science Having Linkages with Other Sciences

Of course, management should be regarded as a social science displine. However one should know that ... Sign up

 
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KATHRYN STEINER, MBA
Entrepreneur, United States
 

Knowledge, Combined with Experience

I would prefer to select a manager who is knowledgeable about the industry, and who has the good jud... Sign up

 
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D P BABU
Strategy Consultant, India
 

Managers must be Sensible to their Environment

Managers must be Sensible to their Environment. This sensibility enables them to learn from experien... Sign up

 
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Dilip Khanal
CEO, Nepal
 

Both Backgrounds are Useful. The Best Mix Depends on the Job and Situation

As the participants shared, both capabilities are necessary. Each management position requires some... Sign up

 
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Dr. Alan Williams
Professor, Thailand
 

Technical versus Managerial Background

Why just two choices? Surely there is a different answer case by case. Although there must be many c... Sign up

 
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Oshun, Grace Okaima
Lecturer, Nigeria
 

A Manager Should be Multi-Tasking

Every manager should be multi-tasking, so it should not be a matter of this or that. In an engineeri... Sign up

 
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Frederic A Parker
Consultant, United States
 

Skill Requirements Change as People Rise in an Organization

Managers need management, not technical skills. I remember the first time this topic was personal fo... Sign up

 
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Michael Norris
Director, United States
 

Certain Economic Sectors Require Expertise & Management

In the case of public safety, a technical background in the particular discipline (Emergency Medical... Sign up

 
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Mrs. Sayran Ghafuri,Kittani
Coach, Iraq
 

Where is Google Translate?!

Why is there no Google translate?! Having Google Translate makes it easier for me to understand all... Sign up

 
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Maurice Hogarth
Consultant, United Kingdom
 

No One Right Background for a Manager

There is no one right answer to such a binary question; it depends. Firstly: what is this person ... Sign up

 

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topic Line Managers' Knowledge of HR
topic Job Evaluation Systems
topic Human Resources Management: Art or Science?
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topic Human Resource Audit
topic Methods of Employee Profiling by HR?
topic HR Challenges in the 21st Century
topic Favorite HR Phrases :-)
topic Definitions of Human Resources Management
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topic Role of the HR Manager in a Financial Crisis
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topic Differences Between HR Practices in Small and Large Organizations
topic Employee Relations - Frames of Reference
topic Old Myths about HR?
topic Role of the HR manager in M&A
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topic The 7 G Framework of HRM Practices
topic Return of Piecemeal Pay/Work
topic Ratio of Number of HR Positions to Staff Numbers
topic Does an HR Manager Need Relations in the Industry?
topic Human RELATIONSHIP Management
topic Ideas for Improving HR Service Delivery
topic The Role of HR in Safety and Security at Work
topic Methods to Create Task Descriptions
topic The Warwick Model (Hendry and Pettigrew)
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topic Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management
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More on Human Resources Management:
Methods, Models and Theories
Discussion Topics
👀Which Background is Preferable for a Manager?
topic Line Managers' Knowledge of HR
topic Job Evaluation Systems
topic Human Resources Management: Art or Science?
topic Introducing New HR Policies
topic Human Resource Audit
topic Methods of Employee Profiling by HR?
topic HR Challenges in the 21st Century
topic Favorite HR Phrases :-)
topic Definitions of Human Resources Management
topic Core functions of HR?
topic HR as a Strategic Business Partner
topic Meaning of Employee Induction, Orientation and Onboarding
topic Role of the HR Manager in a Financial Crisis
topic Creating a HR System in a Family Business
topic Differences Between HR Practices in Small and Large Organizations
topic Employee Relations - Frames of Reference
topic Old Myths about HR?
topic Role of the HR manager in M&A
🔥 Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) - Overview
topic The 7 G Framework of HRM Practices
topic Return of Piecemeal Pay/Work
topic Ratio of Number of HR Positions to Staff Numbers
topic Does an HR Manager Need Relations in the Industry?
topic Human RELATIONSHIP Management
topic Ideas for Improving HR Service Delivery
topic The Role of HR in Safety and Security at Work
topic Methods to Create Task Descriptions
topic The Warwick Model (Hendry and Pettigrew)
topic What is the Effect of Globalisation on HR?
topic New Employee Orientation
topic Artificial Intelligence in Human Resource Management
topic Crucial Things to Know for a Starting HR Manager
topic Impact of HRM on Company Performance
topic Retirement of Baby Boomers and Ikigai
topic Green Human Resource Management
topic Psychological Contract
topic Models to Determine Numbers and Types of Staff
topic Salary Policy on Natural Disasters ('Acts of Nature')
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