Managerial functions - organising , Management Theories

Organising

Organising is the process of prescribing formal relationships among people and resources (i.e.,personnel, raw materials, tools, capital, etc.) to accomplish the goals. Organising involves:

 •  analysing the entire activities of an organisation into homogeneous types of works and jobs;

 •  sorting and grouping the resulting works and jobs into a logical structure;

 •  assigning these activities to specific positions and persons; and

 •  providing a means for coordinating the efforts of individuals and groups.  

Posted Date: 11/5/2012 2:43:00 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Managerial functions - organising , Assignment Help, Ask Question on Managerial functions - organising , Get Answer, Expert's Help, Managerial functions - organising Discussions

Write discussion on Managerial functions - organising
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
a hospital may have hundreds or thousands of employees while a private physician’s office may have just a few employees. For the organizations below, describe which organizational


Types of Descriptive Studies: To facilitate the discussion on the design of descriptive studies two types or method of study are considered separately the case method and the st

Hard Currency Hard currencies can be exchanged for other hard currencies at a designated exchange rate. Currency in which there is large confidence in the world markets, as opp


WHAT ARE THE PRODUCT MIX OF LG COMPANY?

what are the advantages and disadvantages of management science

define international marketing and furnish its feature

Explain the classification of personality types given by Sheldon

In queuing problems, the calling population is either a. Known or unknown. b. Finite or infinite. c. Single or multi-phased. d. Random or scheduled.