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Student provides a specific example of how the principles of management can be applied to tasks involving teamwork involving multiple individuals/roles in the health care setting.

Student explains their role in contributing to the team’s goals and objectives.

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The Five Principles of Management Applied to Language Barriers

Management is an essential role to any organization that desires to operate an efficient

establishment for employees and patients. Without this role, there would be no one in authority

which would lead to a dysfunctional department. There would be no practiced system or a

unified goal with a reliable team of staff members. To be successful in a managerial position,

there are five key principles that one must follow: find the problem, organize to solve, clarify the

problem/process, understand the sources of variation, and solutions. These five principles of

management are also known as FOCUS (McWay, 2013).

To understand the situation at hand, the management staff has to understand the problem

that is being addressed. Investigate how this is an issue and how it is affecting patients and

healthcare staff. After the issue at hand can be understood, it is important to understand the cause

and effect that this issue imposes. This can be completed by organizing details and research.

After gathering the key details, one can now clear how the problem can become a trickle effect

throughout affected areas. With this, the management staff can understand the sources of

variation. Some types of variation can be biological, environmental, and operational factors

(Ashford University Staff, 2019). When these sources are researched and understood,

management can then apply them to the issue to further gain knowledge on areas that need more

focus than the others in order to reach a resolution. Finally, a solution can be made to either

eliminate or reduce the impact of the caused issue. This may not please all members of the

healthcare facility but it can help reduce the impact an issue can make.

In the meeting scenario that contained language barriers, there are two of the five

principles of management that can be addressed in order to meet a resolution. Since we already

know the situation at hand, there is no need to continue with the first step. Instead, the two


practiced principles for this case should be understanding the sources of variation or solutions

and conducting the solution. Given there are about 20 different languages spoken within the

organization, it is appropriate to address each language to make it easier for the staff members to

operate efficiently.

 References Ashford University Staff. (2019, May 29). 5 Principles of Great Management. Ashford University.

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