Define directing and organizing, Management Theories

Q. Define Directing and organizing?

It is the act of guiding, instructing, inspiring people in an organization to achieve organizational results.

Grouping related activities together, Identification of activities, providing authority, forming departments and coordinating departmental activities together

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