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Management and Operations Report - Sainsbury

   

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1P1 Defining and comparing the different roles and characteristics of a leader and a manager...1M1................................................................................................................................................3P2 The role of a leader and the function of a manager apply in different situational contexts.. .3P3 Examining the theories and models of approach, including situational leadership, systemsleadership and contingency: -......................................................................................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6P4 Approaches of operation management with the played role of leader and manger...............6TASK 4............................................................................................................................................8P5 Importance and values of operation management to achieve objectives:..............................8P6 Factors in some business environments that impact upon operation management anddecision making by managers and leaders:.................................................................................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
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INTRODUCTIONOrganizational structure show roles and responsibility are assigned and controlled ormonitored by the top management. It is hierarchical model of communication flows line ofauthority, assigning duties. In that context we distinguished the roles and responsibility of theleader and manager appreciation roles and responsibility of the leader and manager keyresponsibility area of management. For this project, Sainsbury has been selected which is leadingretailer that offers fresh food and then later expanded with packaged groceries such as tea andsugar. Organization Management regulates the optimum utilization of resources by increasingman's productive activity (Pagano and et.at., 2014). Management provides leadership in contextof integrating force in all courses of action. Management purposes to create maintains and directline of communication through by the systematic process. Organizational structure shows boththe informal and formal framework of the organization. This structure includes division structurewhich contains an identified group of employees together by task, location and productivity.Functional structure that depends and function of the organization for example marketing, sales,production. In order of achieving the organization goal and objective there is need to assigningprompt task and activity. P1 Defining and comparing the different roles and characteristics of a leader and a managerCharacteristicsand Roles LeaderManager 1.FocusLeader create a vision for exampleSainsbury’sleader Mr. John James Sainsburyhave a vision to expand his business from aretailer to 2nd largest chain management inUK.Managers in Sainsbury emphasiseon setting and accomplishing thegoals and objectivity set by thetop management.2.ApproachLeaders are sets direction and accomplishingfor that they direct courses of action. MR.John James Sainsbury set the approachManagers approaches are plandetails. In management ofSainsbury there are planned
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quality perfect, and prices lower for that hesets the direction.details of manager which can beasses by the top management.3.Aim From leader point of view their main aim isgrowth and development. MR. John JamesSainsbury aim is development of their retailbusiness and diversified into variouscompany.From manager point of view theirmain aim is to be accomplishingthe desired result of the companyby taking all courses of actionand responsibility.4.Meaning A leader is person who influencing thesubordinates to achieve a specific goal andobjective by directing them in right way ormonitoring them.A manager takes all theresponsibility of planning,organizing, directing andcontrolling the resources of theorganization.5.Strives A leader strives for the effectiveness andaligning peoples in the context of removecomplexity from the work. A manager strives for theefficiency and working for thatmanager need to make decisionfor attainment of the requiredresult Leaders and manager are play some major roles in organization. For instance, a leader concernswith daily work with the goals and manger focusing on the standard or short term goal for thecompany (Sallis, E., 2014.).Company performance largely depends upon its leadership styles. In beginning year of sainsburywas market leader in the UK but now company held the position no.3 in UK. For reviving thatposition company need to change his leadership style. Leaders are expert in emotional intelligence and know how to applying in that strategyfor attains the best work out of the subordinate. While manager have the authority on the base oftheir roles for instance financial activity, production activity etc. leaders are adept to very focus
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