Throughout my tenure at Acer, I learned many, many things. As a Manager, I learned that it was more about dealing with people than it was dealing with a product or business.
Sure, doing daily, weekly, monthly reports and scheduling meetings to go over cost indices, budget, projects were a major priority. Those were the typical days at work.
What makes Management different is that you have to deal with and interact with so many different people on so many different levels. I think that is what I personally enjoyed the most. At times, I feel like I could have a PhD in Psychology and could be a better therapist than I could Manage a business.