Analysis of a Manager
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The paper focuses on John Blake, office manager for a small manufacturing company. Blake's techniques related to motivating and to building trust and cooperation are discussed. His management style is studied in terms of the feedback system he creates. Blake's communication skills, problem-solving abilities and politicking style are also investigated. The paper then turns to criticisms of Blake's style of management. It concludes with an overall evaluation of the success of this manager.
From the Paper:"Firstly, Blake's techniques related to motivating and to building trust and cooperation will be discussed. Blake's management style is a task-focused rather than a people-focused approach. Motivation is provided by clearly defining the requirements of staff and assessing them on these requirements. This is part of a feedback system where measurable objectives are defined for all employees. Every quarter, employees are then judged on their ability to meet these objectives and rewarded based on their performance."
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