How does management education prepare a manaager for her role? What are the ways in which management education occurs? Do some seem better to you than others? Why or why not? Can other forms of training substitute for management education? Why or why not?
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The possible solution to your questions are:
1. Management education prepares manager for role since it covers all outcomes that can occur to a manager once they have assumed their position as managers in the organization.
2. Management education occurs through, teaching managers managerial skills; which they can apply to oversee achievement of companies goals. Again its occurs through teaching mangers technical skills, these are necessary skills needed to perform specific tasks. also through teaching them human skills, these are interpersonal skills which helps managers to relate well with their juniors.
3. Yes,some managers seem better than others, this is because, Some managers cannot let go because they never learn the difference between leading and managing, therefore a manager need to be a good leader, but many managers lack leadership skills. Some managers fear being overshadowed by talented reports from other employees.
4. yes, training and development of employees can replace management education as it will give them good management skills.
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Oct 5th, 2015
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