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First of all, you need to think deeply about your reason for a switch. It's generally a bad idea to change jobs because you don't get on with a co_worker or your boss, because inter_personal relationship issues may arise again even at your new job. It's also hard to explain this reason for you wanting to change management jobs to your new employers in your interview. They may see you as someone who causes problems rather than solves them, so they would be right to be cautious about hiring you in this instance.
If you're the one of many candidates going after any one of hundreds of management jobs, do you have the skills to be in such a role? On a basic level, few go into management immediately from school, and most start somewhere close to the bottom and work up. No matter if you're looking to have a managerial role in a restaurant, office, or large business, you'll still need to have several years of experience in your field behind you.
The start to any business management jobs is the bottom _ entry_level work. This, of course, varies with the department, and a large company will have positions ranging from administrative work to information technology to sales, all of which would have team or department management positions. Such positions are often the first step to an upper managerial position. Once you've proved yourself in entry_ and mid_level work, not only just doing your job well but also displaying leadership abilities, you can apply to be or be promoted into a lower_ or mid_level management job.