Organizing-process management, Project Management

Organizing

Which is the process of grouping resources and activities in a logical fashion. The function of organizing involves:

  • grouping similar activities together (departmentation)
  • assigning people to the various activities and
  • determining and defining working relationships between various groups.

 

When organizational activities are divided into various sub-units its configuration is called organizational structure. The organizing function is basically concerned with who is responsible for doing what and it is a prerequisite to the directing function.

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