5+ Management Styles
John Spacey, September 20, 2016
Management style is an overarching strategy for directing and controlling a business. They exist at both the organization and individual level. At the organizational level, management style is a product of corporate culture. At the individual manager level, it is the product of personality and professional strategy. The following are common management styles.
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