Quiz LibraryBTEC Business, Level 3, Unit 6, Definitions of management and leadership
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Concepts covered:BTEC Business Level 3, management, leadership, manager vs leader, leadership theories
The video covers the definitions of management and leadership in BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 6, highlighting the differences between a manager and a leader, their roles, responsibilities, and various theories of leadership.
Table of Contents1.Distinguishing Management and Leadership in Business2.Strategic Management Approaches3.Action-Centered Management Model by John Ada4.The Leadership Continuum Theory
Distinguishing Management and Leadership in Business
Concepts covered:Management, Leadership, Business, Innovation, Responsibility
Exploring the nuances between management and leadership in a business setting, where a leader is typically the innovator while a manager focuses on planning and organizing tasks. Managers often need to embody leadership qualities as they work in tandem with leaders to ensure tasks are completed efficiently.
Question 1
How do managers and leaders work together?
Question 2
What does a manager identify for tasks?
Question 3
What authority does a manager usually have?
Strategic Management Approaches
Concepts covered:Management by Objectives, Business Approach, Strategic Plan, Situational Leadership, Contingency Theory
This chapter discusses the concept of management by objectives, where managers and employees collaborate to set goals aligned with the business strategy. It also explores situational and contingency leadership theory, emphasizing how a manager's behavior adapts to different situations to find effective solutions.
Question 4
Who introduced the situational and contingency leadership theory?
Question 5
Why might a manager change their behavior in a given situation?
Question 6
What is the primary purpose of management by objectives?
Action-Centered Management Model by John Ada
Concepts covered:John Ada, Action-Centered Management, Transformational Leadership, Transactional Leadership, Venn Diagram
In 1979, John Ada introduced the action-centered management model, emphasizing three core responsibilities: achieving tasks, managing the team, and overseeing individuals. The model is illustrated through a Venn diagram showcasing the balance between these aspects.
Question 7
What is the main focus of transactional leadership?
Question 8
What are the three core responsibilities in Ada's model?
Question 9
Which leadership type uses incentives to encourage?
The Leadership Continuum Theory
Concepts covered:Leadership Continuum, Tanemba, Smitch, Decision-making, Autocratic Management
The Leadership Continuum theory, developed by Tanemba and Smitch in 1958 and updated in 1973, posits a line representing different leadership styles and behaviors impacting decision-making. It categorizes managers and leaders based on their approach, from lenient on the far right to controlling or autocratic on the far left.
Question 10
What does the leadership continuum explain?
Question 11
Who created the leadership continuum?
Question 12
Where would a lenient manager be placed?

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