The guidance and control of action required to execute a program. Also, the individuals charged with the responsibility of conducting a program.
a person with supervisory, managerial and/or leadership responsibilities, eg. Chief Executive Officer, Coordinator, Manager, Management Committee members, Board members.
Used to indicate, firstly, the level of management to whom the chief internal auditor is responsible and secondly anyone in the organisation with responsibilities for setting and/or achieving objectives.
includes those individuals with responsibilities for setting and/or achieving the organization's objectives.
The close and steering direction of a group, often has a more negative connotation than leadership.
The word appears to have two separate roots: management = handling (c.f. manipulate), and management = good housekeeping (French: mÃ©nage). Two meanings remain. On one hand, â€˜the managementâ€™ means those in power in an organization, those who define tasks for others, or those who control others (in contrast to the workers, who carry out tasks defined by managers). On the other hand, management is an activity (preferably a competent one), performed in organizations and in daily life. Management is sometimes contrasted with leadership, the latter being inspirational and the former more mundane. Sections 3.1, 7.1