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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.  

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