Directs the work of others
Produces goods and services
Answers customers' questions
Repairs malfunctioning equipment
Making hiring decisions.
Recommending individuals for promotions.
Authorizing employee transfers.
Providing clerical assistance.
Exercise of authority
Human relations skills
Tracking departmental productivity
Creating a manufacturing schedule
Representing the department at meetings
Dividing employees into work groups
Perform a cost-benefit analysis of available alternatives.
Collect information about each potential option.
Identify possible alternatives for solving the problem.
Consider whether making a decision is in fact necessary.
Dealing with employees honestly.
Showing empathy for employees.
disciplining employees leniently.
Providing objective evaluations.
"Does it achieve my group's goals?"
"Does it benefit me?"
"Is it truthful?"
"Will it enhance the status of my group?"
Chain of command
Selecting future courses of action
Ensuring product quality
Troubleshooting technical problems
Rewarding effective behavior
PERT notes the dependences of project activities on each other, while CPM does not note the dependencies of project activities on each other.
CPM notes the dependences of project activities on each other, while PERT does not note the dependencies of project activities on each other.
PERT is generally used for projects with activities of certain duration, while CPM is used for projects with activities of unknown duration.
CPM is generally used for projects with activities of certain duration, while PERT is used for projects with activities of unknown duration.
Human resource planning