The manager is the one who managesIs there anything new in it? Not really, because a manager has to manage things in various situations. You will find many graduates making a beeline to study management for a prospective career but you will also find many who have studied management but unable to manage situations in real life. Their capability of management is limited only in a specific circle and they cannot go beyond that. Let me give you an example. I know a man who efficiently manages situations whether in his locality or an unknown location in the same way and interestingly he has not studied management. He is famous because of this very reason in his locality and people ask for his suggestions when in trouble. A young fellow, a good manager and a student of management asked him the other day how he is so efficient in managing things that the renowned managers in his organization failed to do? His curt reply was "You have to manage and then only you will learn how to manage. Just studying how to manage will not help much".
The 'manager' was right I think.