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Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Golden Rules to Avoid Management Crises.

Golden Rules to Avoid Management Crises.

They raise the effective manager’s efficiency when they occur and after they occur:

1- To be a successful manager, you should identify individuals who are outstanding in their performance and behavior and seek to promote their skills.

2- To action can succeed without a definite time program, and a program of action without planning is impossible to implement. You should also place alternatives to avoid crises.

3- It is wrong to seek to solve all problems simultaneously. You should set priorities.

4- You should learn the most important thing about everything. Learn everything about the most important  things in your field of work.

5- To receive observations is part of the manager’s profession and it is proficient to be ready for them and deal with them and encourage, yet it is wrong to accept criticism or an opinion without making a comment or as a matter to be granted.

6- Your strength does not lie in power given to you by your superior. Rather, your influence lies in the acceptance you can get among your colleagues and supervisors.

7- The correct option in the wrong time and the wrong opinion in the right time are both bad and so are decisions.

8- You should expect pressures in work. A successful manager should reduce their effect on crisis occurrence, in cooperation with the team, discipline in work, creativity, high drive for achievement and overcoming insufficient time.

9- The issue is not to face problems, difficulties or losses and the aim is not to make profits or overcome rivals but rather in the final outcome: Is it or not to your benefit? Is this outcome to the benefit of the entity or not?

10- Believe it or not, the problem is not how to deal with the crisis but how to behave after its ends. What are the necessary preventive measures? What are the means and alternatives to resume activity?

The effective manager’s management behavior includes the following points:

  •  Closing the door before crisis occurrence.
  •  Reducing the opportunities for crisis occurrence.
  •  Having indicators of crisis occurrence.
  •  Expecting and monitoring signs of crisis occurrence.
  •  Facing and reducing the passive aspects of crises and   acting    positively towards them.
  •  Having the possibility of getting advantages from crisis occurrence.
Source: Extracted from various sources.