In this article we will discuss about Different levels of Management: Top Level, Middle Level and Lower or Supervisory or Operational Level and how it helps business management in differentiation in work.
Management is a process of an organisation in which things has been done in proper manner with the objective of achieving organisational goal.
It is also known as internal environment of an organisation where individuals working in group effectively and efficiently to achieve goal of an organisation.
LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT
There are three levels of management are Top level Management, Middle Level Management, and Lower Level Management. Lower level is also known as Supervisory or Operational Level. In business management, it doesn’t refer to a single person but it means group of individuals who are ready to work together. Business management have different place to perform, so the work has been divided into different levels like: Top, Middle and Lower Level.
- Top Level Management: – Top level management is a upper level of business management and it consists of Chairman, Board of Directors, Managing Directors, General manager, Vice-President, C.E.O (Chief Executive Officer), etc. These managers are responsible for controlling and overseeing the entire organization. They develop goals, strategic plans, company policies, and make decisions on the direction of the business.
- Middle Level Management: – Middle level of management consists of Purchase Manager, Sales Manager, Marketing Manager, Executive Manager, Divisional Heads, etc. The main role of middle level of manager is to linking between Top and Lower level. They also organize different activities in business organization and they also direct and control employees.
- Lower Level Management: – Lower level of management consists of supervisors, foreman, Clerk, etc. They maintain activities of business and maintaining good working conditions and maintain healthy relation within organization which helps organization to achieve their goals.