In addition to those six styles, there are also different styles of organisation in different settings. Some examples of these different styles would be the following:
In this type of management style there is often some form of team work involved, often via one department working with another department. This team work can come from a wide variety of sources and the managers will often delegate specific tasks to individuals for their job. It is important to remember that these managers will sometimes have employees performing the same tasks and may be responsible for them being in a position to carry out these tasks. If a manager is working in a different organisation, they will need to ensure that all departments involved in their team work are happy with the process and results of the tasks being carried out.
In this type of management style, there is usually an emphasis on the management of the resources, i.e. the people, processes and methods that will be required to carry out the objectives of the organisation.
This type of management style is often seen within a consultancy environment. The consultants will be looking at the different areas of the organisation, such as human resources, marketing and so on and will help to develop the strategies required to deal with the particular problems that exist within that particular area. They will also often look at the way that employees within the organisation interact with each other to ensure that the correct levels of motivation is present. The consultants will help to develop the training and development requirements of the employees within the organisation and ensure that they are properly motivated to perform well within the organisation.
The above type of management style is generally used in an organisation where the staff are all independent contractors. They will focus on providing all of the essential tools, processes and training to ensure that they are able to effectively deliver certain tasks within the organisation. These may include but are not limited to payroll systems, human resources systems, employee management systems, accounting systems and so on.
Another style of management style is called strategic management. In this style, the focus of the management style is not on individual tasks, but rather on building the structure, processes and organisational processes necessary to create effective and efficient working practices that can be used across an organisation. One example of this would be the Human Resources department, which is tasked with helping to build the team work that is needed to successfully deliver the recruitment process and training employees to take on the roles that are required in this process. This team work should be conducted on a daily basis so that the team members know what is required.
The focus is not so much on the particular tasks but on building the structure and processes for an effective team. The overall focus is on building the working practices so that the team members can become part of an efficient working environment, where all team members feel comfortable and able to give all of their efforts in order to successfully deliver the tasks that are required. A great example of this would be the Human Resource department, which is responsible for recruiting and training new team members and helping to train and support the existing team members. There are plenty of organisations who choose to use this style of management for their own businesses, in this article we’ve looked at a few examples of how this style of management could be applied to small or large organisations.