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Description of reactive, inactive, and preactive management

Describe and compare the three primary styles of management. Give industry examples as well as how each style handles issue resolution. Provide a full definition of each style.

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Three Primary Forms of Management

1. Reactive Management

Reactive management wants everything to be the way it once was to reach goals. They are not only unhappy with the way things are going but also how things are currently. As a result, the organization is typically run by the chief executive in a dictatorial (I say, you do) fashion. Problem resolution is the main process used to solve issues. In problem resolution, when a problem occurs it is handled by finding the initial cause and removing it. Sometimes this proves to be useful and sometimes it causes more harm than good. Some examples of industries that typically use a reactive management system include mining and railroads.

2. Inactive Management

Inactive management ...

Solution Summary

This solution includes definitions of each management style in an over 450 word Microsoft Word document with accompanying references. Industry examples of each management style as well as how each style handles issue resolution is also included.

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