Activity Oriented Manager Or Result Oriented Manager Self Audit Yourself Regularly

Activity Oriented Manager Or Result Oriented Manager Self Audit Yourself Regularly

February 10th, 2011 // 10:31 am @

During my professional career of forty plus years, I observed two types of managers-result-oriented and activities oriented. Result oriented managers were those who would plan ahead, give priority to each job to be done and then delegate many jobs and do a few jobs themselves. They are not too busy but would focus on following it up and helping where help is needed. Activities oriented are those who want to do everything themselves jumping like a monkey all day around and ending up by exhausting themselves as well making life difficult for the staff. Self-audit yourself now.



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Promod Batra B.Com:- Shri Ram College Of Commerce, New Delhi (1957),MBA:- University Of Minnesota, USA (1960),D.Litt.:- From Rani Durgavati Vishwavidalaya, Jabalpur, MP (2007). Started his professional career in India in 1963 with Escorts and retired from Escorts in 1996 as the Chief General Manager and now is CEO of Think Inc.



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