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Controlling Pressure, Time, Prioritizing and Administrative Creativity in Organization, Planning and Coordination

Overview:

Introduction

In light of the rapid changes in the world and the emergence of the phenomenon of globalization and the unity of competition that resulted from the GATT agreement, it was necessary for the class of managers in Arab organizations to prepare themselves for this change through administrative creativity in planning, organizing and coordinating so that they are able to make it and have the skills to deal with the variables of this era. For high achievement and outstanding performance.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Knowing how to build positive thinking as a basis for managerial creativity and compatibility with new global transformations and challenges of the times.
  • Preparing plans and programs and evaluating performance.
  • Apply effective planning methods in practice and how to follow up properly from a distance.
  • Creativity in planning and follow-up business.
  • Effective dynamic regulation mode.
  • Create creative coordination and support the quality of work life “QWL” and its core values.
  • Managing comprehensive and continuous change and development.

Targeted Audience

  • Department managers and their assistants.
  • Heads of Departments.
  • Administrative officials in various locations and departments.
  • Employees who are ambitious and are expected to be promoted.
  • Everyone who finds himself in need of this course and wants to develop his skills and experience

Course Outline

Unit 1: Global variables and the imperative of managerial creativity:

  • New global variables {the tripartite system for managing the global economy and its repercussions}.
  • The implications of the new global transformations on the organization's administrative work arena.
  • Behavioral and organizational components necessary to deal with new developments.
  • The reality of administrative practices in Arab business institutions.
  • The imperative of achieving managerial innovation

Unit 2: Creative thinking and managerial creativity:

  • Creativity concept.
  • Characteristics of a creative personality.
  • The importance of creativity.
  • Obstacles to creativity and how to overcome them.
  • Strategies for creativity and administrative creativity.

Unit 3: Principles of Administrative Creativity "SCAMPER"

Unit 4: Modern approaches to administrative creativity:

  • Total Quality Management “TQM .”
  • Quality Circles
  • Empowerment
  • Strategic Management "SM"
  • Comparative measurement with the best "BM ."
  • Management Engineering Reengineering
  • Balanced Score Card "B.S.C ."
  • Six Sigma "S.S"
  • An applied laboratory in administrative creativity.

Unit 5: Recent trends in planning:

  • Definition of "Define planning"
  • Benefits of planning
  • Distinguish between tactics and strategy.
  • Management by objectives and its components
  • Planning steps.
  • swat analysis
  • Modern methods of follow-up {follow-up by exception - follow-up with results - invisible follow-up}.

Unit 6: Creativity in planning and follow-up:

  • The binary link between planning and follow-up in the modern era.
  • The role of creativity in planning and follow-up.
  • Creative problem solving skills.
  • Essential skills to complete effective planning.
  • Methods of converting creative ideas into organizational plans.

Unit 7: Organization of establishments:

  • Six elements of organization
  • Advantages and disadvantages of personalization in work and the distinction between authority and power
  • HR in organization
  • organization theory
  • organizational relationships.
  • Characteristics of good organization.
  • Organization types.
  • Organization tools {policy documents - organizational maps - organization guides - reports - records}.
  • Authority and responsibility.
  • Sources and types of power.
  • control of power.

Unit 8: Delegation as one of the governing elements in the organization:

  • The nature of the authorization.
  • Why don't managers delegate.
  • Terms of authorization.
  • Authorization limits and degrees.
  • Reasons for failure of delegation.

Unit 9: Coordination:

  • The nature and importance of coordination.
  • centralization and decentralization.
  • Coordination and work teams.
  • Traditional methods of solving coordination problems.
  • Innovative methods for solving coordination problems.

Administrative creativity in organization:

  • Creative organizations.
  • Creative organizations evaluation form.
  • Creative organizational culture.
  • Managing the organizational creativity project.
  • Organizational creativity requirements.

Unit 10: Organizational variables that facilitate creativity:

  • Stages of the creative process of the organization.
  • Organizational patterns according to creativity.
  • An interest in true creativity developed.
  • Organizational barriers to creativity.
  • Organizational climate for creativity.
  • Organizational Creativity Lab.

Change management and organizational development:

  • Change management {concept - dimensions - importance - entrances and methods}).
  • "B.M" and application skills.
  • S.S” and modifying the culture of the organization.
  • Methods of dealing with resistance to change.
  • Organizational Development "OD"

Unit 11: Work Stress:

  • Basic concepts of work stress.
  • Work pressure concept.
  • Stages of exposure to work stress: warning, resistance, exhaustion.
  • Sources of work pressure and its causes: personal sources, organizational sources.

Work pressure effects:

  • on productivity.
  • on the individual's physical and mental health.
  • On the individual's community life and dealing with others.
  • on work performance.

Unit 12: Strategies for dealing with work stress:

  • individual strategies:
  • Physical fitness and mental health.
  • social support.
  • time management.
  • Dealing with others.
  • Diversification of work methods and enrichment / expansion of work.

Organizational Strategies:

  • Promotion, training.
  • job enrichment
  • work rotation.
  • Participation in decision making.
  • Enhancement of horizontal and vertical communication channels.
  • Develop an organizational climate.

Unit 13: Self-development:

  • Self-development opportunities.
  • Reinforcement of some supporting concepts.
  • Practice, learn and inspire.
  • Transparency and detachment from moods.
  • Building social and functional links between employees.
  • Dialogue and respect for feelings.
  • Steps necessary to retain the skills acquired from the programme.
  • Preparing the necessary operational plan to transfer the acquired skills to the reality of practical application.

Unit 14: Time Management:

  • Concept of time management process and its importance.
  • How do you make time work in your favour?
  • Accurate and effective review of time use methods.
  • Eliminate time wasters.
  • Procrastination and procrastination are the beginning of the road to failure.
  • The importance of working smart and not too much, what matters is quality, not quantity.
  • How to prepare an effective time management plan.
  • Devise special strategies to bypass the main external influences.
  • Personal behavior that limits the effectiveness of time management and effective work completion.

Unit 15: Personal commitment to work development and time management:

  • Hold personal commitment to work development and time management.
  • Use the time planning system as an aid to improve job performance.
  • Develop specific plans to accomplish specific business objectives.
  • Stages of business management.
  • Characteristics of the stages of business management.
  • Overcoming time obstacles.
  • time planning system.
  • Steps necessary to retain the skills acquired from the programme.
  • Preparing the necessary operational plan to transfer the acquired skills to the reality of practical application.

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