Management Style and Ways to Utilize Social Potential
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This article is a presentation of the evolution of management concepts and the effective use of employees. It provides a classification of management styles as described in topical literature as separate categories not to be identified with managerial styles. These styles have been categorized into the following groups: personality-conceptual, scientific, teleological, holding, functional, and national styles. The author gives an introduction to the theory of situational management styles. He presents a selection based on the range and dynamics of managerial staff activities in the enterprise with respect to the process of organizational structure and culture adjustment to meet the current needs of consumers as well as requirements dictated by market competition. Moreover, the above principle facilitates an evaluation of already existing styles sorted by selected methods of enterprise management considered most effective or characteristic.
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