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Whaddya be a good Managers? Know your Roles and Responsibilities.

I was reading this article about the Managers roles and responsibilies, and I would like to share this to our readers.

"Managers are responsible to supervise and take charge of the activities and productivity of their worker" (2009, I guess this statement is the common denominator to all managers, whether you are IT Manager, HR Manager, Store Manager, etc.

Here are the basic roles and responsibilies:

  • Decision Making
  • Goal Setting, planning and organizing
  • Guiding and giving directions
  • Empowering others
  • Communication and people skills
  • Evaluating and analysing
  • Provide satisfaction among the staff and the customers.
  • Being an exemplary role model
You can read in details here at website. And if you have something to add, please post your feedback.

A few reading materials for IT Manager:
- Sarbanes-Oxley: The IT Manager's New Risks and Responsibilities
- IT Responsibilities and Functions

Thank you.


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