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Read the below text an answer why you feel mangers are valued In only 60 words provide  reference  In APA  format: 

Read the below text an answer why you feel mangers are valued In only 60 words provide  reference  In APA  format:

Some great achievements of history, such as scientific discoveries or works of art, were accomplished by individuals working quietly by themselves. But so much more has been achieved by people who were able to leverage their talents and abilities by being managers. For instance, of the top 10 great architectural wonders of the world named by the American Institute of Architects, none was built by just one person. All were triumphs of management, although some reflected the vision of an individual. (The wonders are the Great Wall of China, the Great Pyramid, Machu Picchu, the Acropolis, the Coliseum, the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water house in Pennsylvania.)

Good managers create value. The reason is that in being a manager you have a multiplier effect:Your influence on the organization is multiplied far beyond the results that can be achieved by just one person acting alone. Thus, while a solo operator such as a salesperson might accomplish many things and incidentally make a very good living, his or her boss could accomplish a great deal more—and could well earn two to seven times the income. And the manager will undoubtedly have a lot more influence.

Exceptional managers are in high demand. “The scarcest, most valuable resource in business is no longer financial capital,” says a Fortune article. “It’s talent. If you doubt that, just watch how hard companies are battling for the best people. . . . Talent of every type is in short supply, but the greatest shortage of all is skilled, effective managers.”15 Even in dismal economic times—maybe especially in such times—companies reach out for top talent.

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