Help Writing Your Essay on Management
- Topics: Management
- Pages: 2
- Words: 526
- Date added: June 2, 2020
You’re really talking about a test of your academic writing endurance and reading endurance here. Management, accounting, and mathematics are the trifecta of yawn worthy subjects to do an essay on, but someone has to write them eventually. If you’re reading this, you’re that person. The only starting suggestions that can be offered are stick to facts and start early on this. You have a long, long, road ahead for this essay.
Normally writing an essay is as boring or painful as you make it, but you’ve found the exception to the rule here. Let’s get to those management topics.
Starting Topics for Your Essay
There are several types of management essays you can do: an operations management essay, project management essay, a business management essay, and so on.
Management Essay Topics:
- The nature of managerial work
- Basic functions and roles
- Marketing in the public and private sectors (can be separate topics)
- Management skills
- Implementation of policies and strategies within a business policy
- Policies and strategies in the planning process
- Middle-level management
- Upper management
- First / lower management
- Organizational structure of a business
Other essays you could focus on are a human resources management essay and supply chain management essay. This doesn’t have to be kept to a business nature, though. You’re also open to a stress management essay and a time management essay. Overall there isn’t much there as far as an exciting, interesting essay goes so just stick to facts. No amount of flash and flair could make this particular topic interesting.
Once you’ve chosen a topic, ask question, form a thesis, and make a thesis a statement. The more powerful your statement is the better your introduction for the essay.
Actually Getting Into Your Essay
Writing is what will take up a considerable amount of time—mostly the drafting side of things. What you want to do here is mainly structure the middle of your essay which has all the facts that support your thesis statement, but do the introduction and closing first. These two parts are basically the more difficult to take on. You’ll want a strong introduction and a powerful closing to drive home your point and review the entire essay. You know what your point is and you know what facts you’re going to touch on in the body of your essay. Simply handle the body of your essay last.
In the editing stage, you’ll just shape up your essay—mainly the body—and shave what doesn’t work or what is simply too long winded while keeping or even sharpening what does work. Other than that, your essay should be complete. Make sure to format it the way your professor requests, do your bibliography, and turn it in. In the course of your essay, make sure to save often and to save multiple copies. Mishaps do happen while doing essays, after all.