Why can’t you buy yourself a Steve Jobs? Part 3

Previously, I described two approaches to the representation of a manager’s work dominant in management science, namely managerial skills and managerial roles. Now it’s time for the third approach, which brings us closest to answering the question – what does a manager do. It’s time for management styles. Management styles were first introduced into general team management by Tannenbaum and Schmidt [1]. A management style is defined as a preferred way of directing people in order to bind together diverse

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