Hello, I'm Rashid

Welcome to my blog, the blog, and newsroom for a student, practitioner, and professionals who are currently looking for information and learning about "management". I am particularly excited about launching this blog as it will be one of my motivations to learn new skills, keep updated, read the latest information about management, as well as enable me to sharpen my analyzing skill, and share knowledge with you, guys.

I hope you'll be my blog's regular visitor. Feel free to contact me through social media!. I expect that other ideas and topics will come up along the way and hope you will find them relevant. I humbly know this blog is far from perfect and not always fulfill your needs, but I am trying to do my best to keep up with the latest information available, stay up to date with the development in management expertise, and simplify complex information as simple as possible for you to understand.

About "Management" Covered by This Blog

The concept of management is as old as the human race itself. Management can be defined in detail as a process, activity, discipline, group, science, art, or profession. The most up to date development of management in the 21st century, business management came to consist of financial management, human resource management, IT management, marketing management, operation management, strategic management, public management, and non-profit management.

Management (or managing) is the administration within organization either as system (strategy & operation) or personnel (people) in order to manage available resources, such as financial (money), natural (material, inventories), technological (machinery), intellectual (creativity, skill, science, knowledge) and human resources. In my opinion, the word "manage" itself is a multi-meaning word, it may be used by the meaning of to plan, to organize, to command, to coordinate, and to control.

According to Henri Fayol, management operates through five basic functions: planning, organizing, coordinating, commanding, and controlling.
  1. Planning (+forecasting): Deciding what needs to happen in the future and generating plans for action (deciding in advance).
  2. Organizing (or staffing): Making sure the human and non-human resources are put into place.
  3. Coordinating: Creating a structure through which an organization's goals can be accomplished.
  4. Commanding (or leading): Determining what must be done in a situation and getting people to do it.
  5. Controlling: Checking progress against plans.

Management skills include:
  • Political: used to build a power base and to establish connections
  • Conceptual: used to analyze complex situations
  • Interpersonal: used to communicate, motivate, mentor and delegate
  • Diagnostic: the ability to visualize appropriate responses to a situation
  • Leadership: ability to lead and to provide guidance to a specific group
  • Technical: expertise in one's particular functional area.
  • Behavioral: perception towards others.

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I welcome your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions. When you leave comments, please make sure they are a general interest to most readers. Profanity, racial, and ethnic slurs, and rude behavior won't be tolerated and I will quickly remove any comments that are offensive, disrespectful or irrelevant. I also discourage anonymous comments as they don't facilitate conversation.

I promise to keep posts interesting, diverse and multi-sided. Be aware, though, that the views expressed in these blog posts represent my perspectives. I sincerely want to engage in a conversation with you, but also ask that you be patient for a response. Since I also have day jobs, travel frequently, and it may take a few days to respond.

Remember this blog is a public forum - don't post anything confidential or private. Also, these are the personal views of the individuals posting here, and not necessarily those of the company. And lastly, this is not the place to submit specific customer service questions or technical support inquiries. For specific customer issues, please send an email to hairashid@live.co.uk with as much information as possible.

Thank you for reading, visiting, commenting, and being a part of this content. I am excited to have you here!


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