How The Manager's Job Is Changing In Organization?


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Connor Sephton Profile
Connor Sephton answered
Organization has always been the manager's job within any company, but now it may appear that this is becoming more of a team effort. There are many different aspects that they manager is responsible for, and within many different workplaces, it is now up to the employees to organize themselves and either work as a team or as an individual. This is not down to the laziness of the manager but it is designed to ensure that the workplace is a friendly environment where all of the different employees get along and can work alongside each other.

The main jobs of the manager are still going to be in place but it means that they can take care of the things which are happening behind the scenes and that they do not have to worry about all of the employees that they have and what they are doing. You will find that when you are applying for a job today that you are expected to describe the organization skills that you have and when you have used them, this is to ensure that you are going to be able to be productive when you are working and that you can do things when they need to be done. The aim is to ensure that you are never going to be standing around doing nothing and that you can think for yourself and use your time wisely to ensure that you can get everything done.

Organization is something that is going to ensure that you are going to succeed when you are in the workplace, the manager is no longer expected to pester you all day to make sure that you can organize everything to ensure that you have to get it done. Employees are expected to now do this themselves, although the role of manager is still powerful and as important as ever.
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Amanda Wells answered
The role of a manager has evolved over the years. Once this job was largely about supervision of how well people were fulfilling a defined role. In todays more flexible workplace and larger companies, management may be divided into several roles including human resources management, recruitment, quality control, customer relations etc - or in a smaller firm all these roles may be performed by one person.

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