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A Hockey City: Generally Managing

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Management requires a diverse set of skills and qualities. Let's look in on how Marc Bergevin is managing right now...

Management was once defined quite simply as "getting work done through others."  A General Manager, however, has a much broader scope of responsibility. According to my old management textbook, there are actually five functions to management: planning, organizing, coordinating, leading, and controlling.

How are Marc Bergevin's planning abilities?

Indeed, a very patient manager, Marc Bergevin also has a leadership style all to his own, and displays a lot of trust for the people who work for him.

In all seriousness, do you think anything makes Marc Bergevin feel insecure or cloudy in his decision-making?

Thanks for reading!