Post a cohesive response to the following:
Identify the challenge, issue, or opportunity that you selected and explain why that is of particular interest to you.
Analyze how the challenge, issue, or opportunity impacts (or may impact) a manager. Provide examples from your experience, observations, or research.
Evaluate the types of actions that managers can take when these challenges, issues, or opportunities arise or when they encounter them. In what ways might these actions differ depending on the organization or industry?
Explain why learning more about how managers address challenges, issues, and opportunities is important to your future and how you will continue to build your skill set so that you are a great manager
Here are your discussion choices:
Keeping up with the Changing Workforce: The nature of work is changing, and managers will likely encounter the challenges of managing in the alternative workforce economy where work is performed by outsourced teams, contractors, freelancers, or “gig” workers. This trend is likely to continue and it is important that managers develop the ability to be effective in managing workers who are not full-time employees and may even work at many other organizations or have other side hustles as they are called. For your discussion this week, you are required to do some research in the Walden library or find other credible resources to discover the major challenges and strategies managers can use when faced a managing workforce. Use (and cite) at least two resources and consider your own experiences to develop your original post.
A Delicate Balancing Act: Managers are often challenged to balance multiple competing priorities. Knowing what is urgent and what is important is essential to ensuring the right things are done on time and done right. For your discussion this week, you are required to do some research in the Walden library or find other credible resources to discover major challenges that can arise for busy managers who face multiple competing priorities and examine strategies or tools managers can use to better manage them. Use (and cite) at least two resources and consider your own experiences to develop your original post.
Managing Up: Imagine the scenario where your boss has placed unrealistic expectations on you, or had been highly critical of your performance in a situation where you were not provided with the resources to succeed, or you may be asked to do something that you think crosses a line or might negatively impact a project or the organization. There are countless other situations that may lead you to need to confront your manager. This can be a delicate task and causes uneasiness for most who are in the situation. For your discussion this week, you are required to do some research in the Walden library or find other credible resources to discover some of the strategies or tools that you can employ in a circumstance where you need to challenge your manager. Use (and cite) at least two resources and consider your own experiences to develop your original post.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_resource_management