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Management: Efficiency and Effectiveness

A College professor told her students, "The purpose of a management course is to teach students about management, not to teach them to be managers." Do you agree or disagree or disagree with this statement? Why or why not? Also, is efficiency and effectiveness more important to organizational performance? Can managers improve both simultaneously?

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A College professor told her students, "The purpose of a management course is to teach students about management, not to teach them to be managers." Do you agree or disagree or disagree with this statement? Why or why not?

I agree with the statement by the Professor because I don't think you can teach someone to be a good manager. I think that is something that must be learned by the individual. Some individuals may be well versed in what a manager is supposed to do, what a manager's responsibilities are, and what management is generally about. However, just because an individual has all the knowledge in the world, they may not be able to execute the same. There ...

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Management efficiency and effectiveness are examined.

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