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Model of Managerial dimensions
Henry Mintzberg Role Dimensions
A role is an organized set of behaviours that are identified with a specific position.
Executives use role status to facilitate interpersonal relationships with supervisors, subordinates, peers and individuals outside but connected with the organization.
Thus the managers are playing different roles.
• Figurehead role- receiving important visitors
• Leader – motivates & encourages the subordinates
• Liaison role- The manager establishes and maintains a network of relationships with outside persons to bring information and favours to the organization.
• Monitor - Seeks and receives information to obtain thorough understanding of organization and environment.
• Disseminator role - The manager must transmit the information received from outsiders or insiders to other organization members.
• Spokes person - Information about the organization must be transmitted to outsiders
• Disturbance handler role - to take corrective actions needed to resolve important and unexpected disturbances.
• Resource allocator role - The manager allocates the monetary and non-monetary resources of the organization.
• Specific activities include developing and monitoring budgets, forecasting future resource needs and problems in acquiring them
• Negotiator role - The manager frequently must negotiate with outsiders in matters affecting the organization.
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