DirectionCommunicating objectives, goals and instructions to your reports.objectives and goals for each member of your team.performance of teams to reward results and handle low performance. internal controls.
ResourcingSecuring resources, including the process of recruiting and retaining employees.productive. team culture such as norms, habits, shared experiences and expectations.programs of radical change.Creative direction or oversight of creative processes such as design. controlling, monitoring and improving day-to-day business processes.productivity and efficiency.stakeholders such as executives, business units, clients, employees, regulators, communities and investors. influence within your organization as a means of achieving objectives.
Forecasts & EstimatesDeveloping forecasts and estimates for budgets, plans and schedules. measures and metrics.
OptimizationOptimizing processes and practices using measurement and cycles of improvement.
Process ReengineeringCompletely redesigning processes that require significant change.change requests from stakeholders.Sponsoring and implementing initiatives of change.quality work products, services and processes.Comparing results to others in your industry.
ReportingMeasuring and communicating results to your organization.Analysis of requirements, solutions and problems.decisions to move work ahead.before they occur.knowledge.
|Overview: Management Examples|
The direction and control of strategies, teams, resources, processes and projects.