Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Managers and Leaders
The roles and responsibilities of organizational managers and leaders for the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station in creating and maintaining a healthy organizational culture will be discussed. The four functions of the management cycle; planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, and the support role they play in maintaining a healthy organizational culture will be reviewed. Strategies that may be used by managers and leaders to create and maintain a healthy organizational culture will be suggested and supported by concepts learned over the last four weeks of this course of instruction. The mission of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Center is to provide reliable and secure communications and information technology services critical to the success of the Far East region.
“Management is the organizational function that, like investment, gets things done efficiently, to gain the best return on all resources.” (McCrimmon 2007) It doesn’t necessarily mean managing people. It could be the management of sales, marketing, or finance. It could also refer to resources and material assigned at work. If a manager proved to be a successful project manager, that would indicate the well-organized, efficient manner in which the project was managed, making good use of all available resources. Managers have resources to invest, such as human resources, time, and talent. The goal of management is to get the best return on investment by ensuring efficiency at each level of the project. An effective manager’s style is a personal or situational matter and has evolved over time. In today’s corporate world, a manager must empower his or her highly skilled and self-motivated workforce. If the workforce is not motivated or less skilled, it may be necessary for the manager to monitor output more closely. The skilled manager can adapt to most situations to motivate a diverse...