The document presents mainly three (3) types / categories of managers having different roles and responsibilities. And based on the roles, the document provides a criterion which decides a good or bad manager. Furthermore, keeping in view the criteria, the document provides guidelines for becoming a good manager.
A manager is the one who manages, handles or controls diverse aspects include, but not limited to the resources (human as well as technical) and expenditure / cost of one or more activities to be performed for a business or enterprise. There are mainly three (3) types of manager include: the top level manager, middle level manager and low level manager. The designations of the top level managers include: the Chief Executive, Chairman, Executive Director, Managing Director, and general manager. Similarly, there are diverse designations of the middle level manager include: Production Manager, Sales Manager, and Finance Manager. The ‘low level manager’ is usually called a supervisor, shift manager, or shift in-charge. On the other hand, there are diverse areas of manager include, but not limited to the financial manager, marketing manager, project manager, general manager, operations manager and human resource manager. It is pertinent to mention here that as the roles and responsibilities of the manager are different considering the type and area, therefore, the criteria of judgment for identifying good / bad manager is also different.
However, there are some common responsibilities of the manager despite of considering the type of manager. The document identifies the main responsibilities of the manager, the criteria to identify a good or bad manager and specifies the guidelines that make the manager good or bad. The following section of the document specifies the roles and responsibilities of the manager. Once the responsibilities of the manager identified