Effective management can transform an inefficient, underperforming organization into a profitable, sound one, but conversely. Ineffectual managers can ruin sound businesses by allowing them to stagnate, content to rely on past achievements rather than looking for new challenges. Management could be also considered as a process consisting of planning, organizing, directing and controlling performed to determine and accomplish the objectives by the use of people and resources”. In other words, Management is a process-a systematic way of doing things using four managerial functions namely planning, organizing, directing and controlling so as to achieve organizational goals. This text provides an overview and a clear introduction to the discipline of Management. The volume’s audience is broad-gauged, academics and students seeking foundations for learning and research, and practitioners seeking guidance for informing their critical decisions in management. Both newcomers to study of the field and those with a deeper knowledge base will find the material informative and stimulating.