Quality of Life (Banja Luka) 6(3-4): 62-72


Criteria For Assessing The Success Of New Managers
Beti Andonovic, Ana Zhabevska-Zlatevski, Kiril Lisichkov, Aleksandar Dimitrov
  Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”,  Skopje, R. Macedonia


Abstract: The rapid and frequent fluctuation of managers within an organization is likely to have a negative impact on the overall performance of the organization itself. Therefore, the assessment of the success of the potential manager within the organization is highly important with regards to saving the time and money of the organization, in terms of investing in the induction, training and development of the manager. In addition, the presumption that the level of success of the potential manager can be assessed and improved in the case of compatible manager is important; whereas the adherence and observance of the potential manager of the culture, standards, objectives, mission and vision of the respective organization can be influenced, maintained and further enhanced.

The authors conducted a research with experienced and proven managers worldwide, thus setting the standards and profile considered as criteria for assessing the success of potential managers. Namely, the results provided by the experienced managers are analyzed and summarized, and conclusions have been made considered as benchmarks for further analyses and comparison to the results that can be obtained from potential managers.

Keywords: Manager, Success Criteria, Teamwork

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