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P1 Difference between manager and leader

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1P1 Difference between manager and leader................................................................................1M1 Three Management Theories................................................................................................2D1 Analysing and evaluating different theories.........................................................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................3P4) Keys approaches to deal with operations of management...................................................3P5) Importance of operation management to achieve organisation goals...................................3M3 Roles of manager and leader in improving efficiency of operation management................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................4P6 Factors within businesses environment.................................................................................4M4 Factors affect business environment.....................................................................................5D2 Application of operation management..................................................................................5Scenario 2.........................................................................................................................................6Covered in ppt.............................................................................................................................6Conclusion......................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONThis project discuss about difference between managers and leaders further it discussabout Three Management Theories, contingency theory, system theory, chaos theory, analyzingand evaluating different theories, keys approaches to deal with operations of management, sixsigma, total quality management, importance of operation management to achieve organizationgoals, roles of manager and leader in improving efficiency of operation management, Factorswithin businesses environment, PESTEL analysis, factors affect business environment,application of operation management, role of managers and leaders in different situationalcontext, different styles of leadership,strength and weaknesses of different approachesP1 Difference between manager and leaderLeaders guide and give instructions to their followers. They have skill known asleadership. Managers’ possess discipline known as management (Asam and et.al., 2015). Theyare responsible for activities of workplace. Leaders and managers both are equally important foran organisation. They influence workforce to work willingly to achieve business objectives.Some differences between roles and characteristics of manager and leaders are as follows:BASISMANAGERLEADERDefinitionManagement direct and control group ofemployees. They coordinate efforts ofemployees to complete tasks successfully.Leadership is skill thatmotivates and influence peopleto work effectively. Theyguide employees to contributetheir efforts towards success oforganisation.PersonalitystyleThey solve problems with reason and logic.Managers focus on building of businessdepartment.They handle all unpredictablechanges and inspire others todeal with changing businessenvironment.Approach totaskThey use their knowledge and experience tocreate teams. Managers coordinated activitiesof team to work in a smooth way.They analyse problems andcreate new solutions with theircharm and experience. Theymake people enthusiastic.OrganisationManager deals with people who are in lowerLeaders deal with people who1
rank and are known as subordinatessupport and admire them. Theyare known as followers.M1 Three Management TheoriesThese theories are adopted to increase profitability of an organisation (Radnor and Upton2015). Managers do not follow single theories. They implement theories according to situation.They follow different strategies and plans in business. Managers usually combine differenttheories for good results. Three theories of management are as follows:Hershey and Blanchard Model of leadership:This model suggest that a leader must act as perthe situations within the organisation. The situational theory of leadership provides fourprinciples upon which a leader must lead employee. These are Directing people towards aparticular direction, coach them for performing task with efficiency, support the employeeswherever they feel unconfident and lastly to delegate them the authority in taking decisions fortheir development and growth.Contingency theory: this theory states that managers decision are based on current issues orproblems. They adapt different strategies based on situation. Marks and Spencer makes suitablemove to deal with present circumstances. This theory motivates workers to involve in business.System theory: This theory suggests different principle that affect working of employees.System is made of different section that works in groups to successfully achieve target.Managers inspect different activities of workplace. Managers of Marks and Spencer coordinateefforts of employees to achieve over all goals of organisation.Chaos theory: change in situation is mandatory s in organisation. However, there are somesituations that can be controlled and managed. This theory suggests that change is unavoidableand cannot be controlled. Organisation makes new situations more complicated. They spendresources to maintain stability in an organisation.Examples of different situations where manager and leader act differently:Bringing change in organisation :Sometimes changes such as technological changes,organisational changes in its structure etc., are needed to incorporate in the organisation for2
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