KB 62 Developing Middle Management

ISSUE NO 62 | SEPT 2013

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THE OD ENTHUSIAST’S ORATE Arvind Sontake, Senior Manager – Training Division, TATA Motors, Pune elaborates on ‘The Challenges in Developing Mid Level Managers’.

THE OD FOLLOWER’S ORATE Jayanta Baishya, Training Manager, Sciformix Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Pune, writes on ‘Strategies to Develop Mid Level Leadership .’

THOUGHTS FROM ATYAASAA Aditi Chate, Atyaasaa Consulting Pvt. Ltd., discusses ‘Responsibilities of Senior Leadership to Build Mid Level Leaders’.

OD ENTHUSIAST’S ORATE THE CHALLENGES INDEVELOPING MID LEVELMANAGER Arvind Sontake is working with Tata Motors and has over 39 years of varied experience in areas such as materials management, systems and procedures, cost control initiatives, learning and development. He has played various roles in his corporate career – a lead person in the Quality Circle movement, assessor for Tata Business Excellence Model, auditor - ISO/TS 16949 and faculty for behavioural subjects. He was instrumental in winning the ‘Golden Peacock National Training Award’ for Tata Motors three times. Arvind Sontake

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THE EDITOR’S MESSAGE In today’s ferociously cutthroat atmosphere, to become the ultimate market leader, every organization needs to inculcate leadership skills at each level. Developing mid level leadership is of paramount importance for all the organizations since it happens to be its backbone. A lot of challenges arise when developing mid level leadership is being envisaged. Dealing with these challenges is very intricate. Finding pertinent solutions and applying them aptly is call of the hour.This issue highlights the !ne points involved in evolving mid level managers while bringing out various perspectives. The theme of the next issue of Knowledge Beans will be ‘Intrapreneurship - a Success Mantra for Employee Engagement’. If you share a passion for the topic and have a "air for writing, do send to us your 300 word article with your brief pro!le along with your photograph in jpeg format to atyaasaaeditor@atyaasaa.com Lack of ownership - The MLM is generally observed to be engaged in blame game instead of taking ownership of his own actions and resultant outcomes. This hinders his self development. continued next page In today’s !ercely competitive environment, every segment of management in an enterprise needs to be e#ective and e$cient. In the internal value chain, Mid Level Manager (MLM) is a vital link connecting front line operatives with the senior management. The MLMs are often termed as the ‘sandwiched’ community. The challenges in their development can be enumerated as follows: Learning de!cit - Owing to constant pressure from both ends, the MLM is highly stressed and does not have time, energy and inclination to learn. This prevents him from being contemporary with the times where new tools, techniques and management concepts are constantly emerging, enabling one to become astute.

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