Management as a Discipline
Excitingly, ‘management is also a discipline‘, and there are proofs to support this claim. It involves the study of practices and principles required to carry out official administrative duties, and also highlight the code of conduct managers need to follow in the discharge of their responsibilities.
Management also concerns itself with the manner in which the resources of the organization can be effectively and efficiently utilized to achieve the objective of the said firm.
There are various methods a manager can run the affairs of an organization. And management highlights the different ways and tools available to move the enterprise forward. And, as with other courses of study or discipline, management is also being taught in various institutes and universities around the world.
Management programs have their durations. Also, after obtaining a diploma certificate or higher degree, people can secure employment as managers in any firm. There are also opportunities for managers to increase their knowledge and qualification by pursuing a higher degree or certification in management.
What makes management a discipline is the fact that:
- It satisfies the requirements and criteria that other branch or knowledge or courses called discipline, has. One of the conditions involves the transfer of knowledge which management is done by thinkers and scholars who spend the time to conduct research and provide information that guides practicing managers and management students undergoing management training.
- Another thing that can qualify management to be a discipline like other fields is if the knowledge is passed on to management students or wannabe managers via education or training programs.
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