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How do you think management has evolved?
Prior to Unions people from all over the world were enticed to come to America and prosper. What companies were looking for were uneducated people. [ It was a plus if they could not speak English this way they would be shown what to do and could not complain. If they slowed down or got hurt they were disposed of. Management in the beginning of the industrial revolution used the theory of
dehumanizing. This type of disposable people and dehumanization continues in other countries and where our jobs are being sent. Repetitive motion and no regard for the employees. The Union came along and changed that. The people found that collectively they could demand rights. Managment had to adapt to working with the Union. Management functioned on a heiarchy top level management of CEO Chief Executive Officer, CFO Chief Financial Officer these people establish the goals of the company and have a lower level of management that carry out these goals through the use of employees. The middle management use rank and file to complete the tasks set forth to carry out the goals of the upper management. Some recent studies have turned the hiearchy of management upside down placing more value on the employees that represent the company to the public useful in service industry. Power has been given to the lowest level employees to make decisions, solve problems and do what is necessary to keep customers satisfaction up. Another evolution of management is the shear size of companies. Many companies have locations around the country and some around the world. This newer company must address distance and communication issues. The global competition, on-line competition. Many new issues arise with global trade language, currency and law barriers. source: yahoo ]
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User: How do you think management has evolved?

Weegy: Prior to Unions people from all over the world were enticed to come to America and prosper. What companies were looking for were uneducated people. [ It was a plus if they could not speak English this way they would be shown what to do and could not complain. If they slowed down or got hurt they were disposed of. Management in the beginning of the industrial revolution used the theory of dehumanizing. This type of disposable people and dehumanization continues in other countries and where our jobs are being sent. Repetitive motion and no regard for the employees. The Union came along and changed that. The people found that collectively they could demand rights. Managment had to adapt to working with the Union. Management functioned on a heiarchy top level management of CEO Chief Executive Officer, CFO Chief Financial Officer these people establish the goals of the company and have a lower level of management that carry out these goals through the use of employees. The middle management use rank and file to complete the tasks set forth to carry out the goals of the upper management. Some recent studies have turned the hiearchy of management upside down placing more value on the employees that represent the company to the public useful in service industry. Power has been given to the lowest level employees to make decisions, solve problems and do what is necessary to keep customers satisfaction up. Another evolution of management is the shear size of companies. Many companies have locations around the country and some around the world. This newer company must address distance and communication issues. The global competition, on-line competition. Many new issues arise with global trade language, currency and law barriers. source: yahoo ]
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User: what is the role of management today?

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Weegy: We need both management and leadership. Both have an equal concern for task and people. They simply have a different purpose. Leaders promote new directions; management implements them. But modern managers can be inspiring and sensitive to people. [ They can be good coaches, facilitators, enablers and supporters of employee development. Management is essential to get anything done efficiently, to make the best use of resources and to work through complexity. Management today is more feminine than it was in the past because it recognizes the need to nurture people and foster collaboration. Emotional intelligence is essential to modern management. Rational intelligence is no longer sufficient. Read more at Suite101: What is management today?: The essence and importance of management | Suite101.com ]
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