“It’s not about money. It’s about the people you have, and how you’re led.” Once said by none other but the former chairman, the chief executive officer (CEO), and co-founder of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs, who has very well explained the intricate concept of ‘management’ in a single statement. In this devastatingly progressive era, there are several job roles and positions being introduced every now and then but the field of management has still continued to treasure its sheer significance consistently. This is because the management system holds the power to make or break the future of an organization. Irrespective of how radically a firm’s functionality, performance, or service fluctuates, the management system requires being intact to hold all the parts of the organization together.
It can perhaps be compared to the brain, the most significant part of the human body based on which, the entire body responds, reacts, and functions. If there is an external change or alteration, the brain requires adjusting to it first which is then followed by the body. The idea is somewhat similar when it comes to the management team of an organization. If you are familiar with the twenty-first-century business environment, you will certainly have an idea of how dramatically business paradigms, trends, and, in fact, the entire operating systems are undergoing significant changes. This is where organizational management steps into the game. However, to be effective, the management crew requires being aware of each and every altering trends, mechanisms, and the ideologies that the current century is imposing.