In “the Nature of Managerial Work” (1980), Henry Mintzberg outline the Ten Roles of a manager.  He continues to write and released “Managing” in 2009.   I attempt here to apply these roles to the CAD Manager. He grouped them into three sets – Interpersonal, Informational and Decisional.   Here is the third set. Decisional 7) […]

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In “the Nature of Managerial Work” (1980), Henry Mintzberg outline the Ten Roles of a manager.  The book is 30 years old but there are still many that rely upon his categorizations.   I attempt here to apply them to the role of CAD Manager. He grouped them into three sets – Interpersonal, Informational and […]

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In “the Nature of Managerial Work” (1980), Henry Mintzberg outline the Ten Roles of a manager.  These ten roles have been applied in many ways to many differing titles within an organization.  I attempt here to apply them to the role of CAD Manager. He grouped them into three sets – Interpersonal, Informational and Decisional.   […]

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CADDManager on August 3rd, 2010

According to a book “The Psychology of Behavior at Work: The Individual in an Organization” by Adrian Furnham (2005), a manager behaves in several ways in the work environment. Rather than being reflective systematic planners, managers often work in an unrelenting pace.  Their activities are characterized by short duration, variety, and are disjointed and often […]

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CADDManager on December 29th, 2010

I took a little time to review the blog posts that I made in the past year… My Favorites: Here are my Top Ten favorite posts from 2010. Many of them are series so the list is not ten items long, but there are more than ten posts collectively. The Last Gasp for CAD – […]

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