Management Awareness And Strategies For The Contemporary African Manager Of Organizations

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Title Management Awareness And Strategies For The Contemporary African Manager Of Organizations
Creator Ade-Turton, Dayo
Description This paper addresses a topical issue:  management awareness and strategies for the contemporary African manager.  The overall aim of the work is to provide a framework for improved management practices for the manager and the intervener in both private and public sectors.  This framework is not limited to the African manager but has a wider application for other managers of organizations.  In pursuant of this objective, relevant key management concepts are explored and discussed bearing in mind that the subject of management is a dynamic and universal phenomenon.  Emphasis is placed on the features of the endowed person and the potentials of the human being as the manager and as the most effective contributor to organizational life. The identified concepts and their properties are interwoven.  Other highlights are:  (i) the universality in the applications or practices of management; (ii) the peculiarity in the applications and practices of management in different environments or social settings; (iii) management practices, problems and prospects in the African settings (See Table I).  Cases cited and examples drawn are meant inter alia to strengthen the objectives of the study.
Publisher The Clute Institute
Date 2003-01-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Business & Economics Research (JBER); Vol 1 No 1 (2003)
Language eng

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