How complex is the practice of management?

Daniel J. Power

Management roles are increasingly specialized, tasks are often complex, and projects have expanded in scope and complexity. The building, managing and operating of IT systems, managing continuous process plants, managing asset and investment portfolios, discovering, extracting, and processing oil and gas, civil engineering of physical structures, and shipbuilding are among the management practice areas where complexity is increasing rapidly. In simple management situations, time and tasks can be managed intuitively by a competent person, but complex projects require a more analytical approach necessary.

Last update: 2019-08-14 06:34
Author: Daniel Power

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