Skills of an effective administrator
Administration rests on three basic developable skills.
Technical: It implies understanding of, and proficiency in, a specific kind of activity, particularly one involving methods, process, procedures or techniques.
Technical skill involves specialized knowledge, analytical ability within that speciality, and facility in the use of the tools and techniques of the specific discipline.
Technical is primarily concerned with working with things (processes or physical objects).
Human: It is the executive’s ability to work effectively as a group member and to build co-operative effort within the team he leads.
Human skill is primarily concerned with working with people.
Conceptual: It involves the ability to see the enterprise as a whole, it includes recognizing how the various functions of the organization depend on one another, and how changes in any one part affect all others.
The success of any decision depends on the conceptual skill of the people who make decision.