IntroductionOperation management is one of the most important areas of management. It entails the employment of one or more technology in the process of projects operations (Robert & Graham, 2008). The main aim being to improve the way in which an organization or a business responds to the operations objectives which are as follows; flexibility, speed, quality, dependable and cost. Project management is a very important aspect of any organization. It entails a discipline that deals with the organization, plan resource management and security. All of which is geared towards the accomplishment of the organization’s objectives, goals and mission.
Project management works hand in hand with the programs management but it is technically ranked higher than the project management because it entails a group of so many but related projects that are under one management in a certain project. This paper provides an analysis of the technology used in different areas of operation as well as an improved commentary on how the goals of the companies are achieved. Effects of manager’s perception of workforceThere are so many factors that influence the attitudes of the managers in dealing with the employees.
The perception of the managers towards the workforce is the factor that greatly influences managerial behaviours in terms of the styles of management and their attitudes in dealing with the employees. The manner in which the manager in an organization treats the employees will influence their productivity towards the organization. This is because they are likely going to react according to the way the managers react towards them. On the other hand, the managerial styles used by the managers will also greatly affect their behaviour (Robert & Graham, 2008). The perception could be positive or negative.
This means that the attitude that the management as well as the styles of management that he managers uses will greatly contribute to the output of the employees in the organization. There are three ways in which this will affect. It is very important for the management to recognize the human resource in the organization, the importance of knowledge management and the importance of motivation and reward systems in the organization. Human resource management is one of the most important activities as far as the success of any organization is concerned.
This is because it entails the management of the employees in the form of recruitment and management (Scott, 2009). It also deals with all the other issue that involves the employees in the organization. Some of these issues are like the hiring, compensation, management of the employee’s performances, development of the organization, wellness of the employees, motivation of the employees, training, administration communication and the employees’ benefits among others. If in any organization, the above factors are well taken care of, then it is very definite that the organization’s performance will improve (Robert & Graham, 2008).
Organization’s performance refers to the status of the organization measured in terms of its output. It should be noted that this output is because of the employees work. The more the employees work the better their work performance while the lesser they work the less the performance in the organization.