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Management remains a subject of interest since ancient times. Management consists of planning, organizing and controlling the activities. There are many examples in ancient times where thousands of people are managed to complete large projects. A single pyramid of Egypt is made by 100,000 workers in 20 years. There are examples like Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal, where thousands of people are managed to do different kinds of work. Those were the managers who planned and directed the people. There are many more examples where people worked together to accomplish the goal.

Modern management systems apply many tools and techniques to achieve the desired goals. The human power is replaced by the machine power. In present time of market driven capitalism and futuristic knowledge driven economic markets, the decisions are made and trends are set by professional managers. Management is defined as the challenge of creating an environment where large number of people work together to accomplish the goals. Different management gurus have defined the management in their own ways but they have a common goal.

Special professional courses are designed and conducted by different top level institutes to prepare the future managers.            




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