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The concepts of administration and organization are closely related to each other; in a sense the object of both organization and administration is the control of human and other resources in the ...

The concepts of administration and organization are closely related to each other; in a sense the object of both organization and administration is the control of human and other resources in the accomplishment of pre-determined objectives. Organization
and administration exist together, and they are not separable. If organization is regarded as structure, then administration becomes a process; it can be argued that if organization is concerned with the formal aspects of administration, administration is a directing process carried on within the organizational setting.

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  • 1. Rodalyn G. Salvaleon-Tusoy
  • 2. •The concepts of “administration” and“organization” are closely related to each other.•The objective of both organization andadministration is the control of human and otherresources in the accomplishment ofpredetermined objectives.•organization and administration exist together,they are not separable.
  • 3. If organization is concerned with the formalaspects of administration, administration isthe directing process carried on within theorganizational setting.
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  • 5. secures unity Un co ity o f nt of ess ro n l gle e sin os p pur ss ptne prom cision ene e of d r gyIMAGE @ http://www.clker.com/clipart-90610.html
  • 6. (a) No employee should formally report to more than one supervisor on any single function.(b) A single supervisor should be designated whowill be ultimately obeyed under all circumstances, and especially in the cases of conflicting orders.
  • 7. This is the right to give orders to subordinates and be responsible and accountable for such orders.
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