One challenge that administrative office managers will or may face in the future is how to get work done faster and more efficiently despite the fact that budget constraints may not allow for more employees to get to the goal just mentioned. Managers will also have to become aware that for economic reasons some staff may have to be fired, not because of bad job performance, but because the company does not have enough money to support the current payroll.
Robots and machines.
The future tense is "will confront".
NO, it is not possible. The basic tack of a manager is to get as much information as he can to better manage. In future, only those managers will survive who will be information system literate according to the statistics of datadubai.com about managers' success in Gulf.
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Financial managers tend to prefer using the present value technique, because it's much easier to make decisions at time zero with present values than future values.
Some challenges which a person may have encountered at intersections include knowing when to go, predicting other driver's movements, and watching the general movement of traffic. Skills like coordination, paying attention, and general observation will reduce these challenges in the future.
Decisions that have been made many times in the past and for which managers have rules and guidelines about how to make similar decisions in the future are known as: "Programmed Decisions"