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Assessment into the Most Appropriate Management Style Which Ensures Effective Management: A Study of PricewaterhouseCooper UK (2013)

In this dissertation, the researcher has investigated a number of different management styles in order to identify the most appropriate management style which could be helpful in ensuring effective management of the employees working at PricewaterhouseCooper UK. The aim of this research is to identify whether traditional or alternative management styles are helpful in managing the staff members effectively.

The aim and objectives of the research will be achieved by examining different management styles and its impact on the performance of the staff workers. The researcher will focus on identifying the impact of different management styles on the business outcomes of the company and try to examine the role of different management styles in the achievement of organisational goals and objectives. The researcher has used both primary and secondary data sources in order to collect the data for research analysis purpose and to achieve the research objectives. The primary data was collected through the questionnaire survey and managerial interview.

The investigator has consulted various books, articles and academic journals in order to generate the secondary data. After analyzing the data collected through primary and secondary sources, it has been concluded that the management styles adopted by the management of the company are very important in order to achieve desired level of productivity from the staff workers and ensure their job satisfaction. The effectiveness of management styles within the organisation is also crucial in order to ensure customer satisfaction and retention.

By concluding the dissertation it can be stated that alternative management styles are more effective and helpful in achieving high level of productivity and staff member’s satisfaction because alternative management styles involves the employees in day to day business decision making and managers implement the business decisions after consulting the employees. Dissertation objectives;

  • To identify the impact of management styles on the business outcomes of the company
  • To identify the role of different management styles in managing the organizational staff workers effectively
  • To identify the importance of different styles of management in order to effectively achieve the organisational goals and objectives
  • 14,000 words – 48 pages in length
  • Excellent use of literature
  • Good analysis of subject area
  • Well written throughout
  • Ideal for business students

1: Introduction
What Is Meant By Management Styles?
Importance of Management Style for Business Performance
Purpose of This Research
Traditional Management Style and Its Characteristics
Alternative Management Styles and Its Characteristics
Company Background
Research Question
Research Aims and Objectives

2: Literature Review
Management Styles and Effective Employee Management
Managing People
Impact of Management Behaviors on People Management
Traditional Versus Alternative Management Styles
Alternative Management Styles and Business Performance
Impact of Management Styles on Business Outcomes
Management Style and Organisational Performance
Main Findings from the Literature Review

3: Research Methodology
Rationale of Research Approaches
Rationale behind Selection of PricewaterhouseCoopers
Research Methods
Data Collection Methods
Summary and Conclusion

4: Research Findings and Analysis
Analysis of Survey
Analysis of Interview
Discussion of Findings from Interview and Literature Review

5: Final Conclusion and Recommendations
Recommendations

References

Appendix Section
Survey Questionnaire
Interview Questions

Effective Management And Management Style Dissertation
Effective Management And Management Style Dissertation

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