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  • 1. CONTROL
    by Ajay Mohan
  • 2. Meaning
    Controlling is taking steps to ensure that actual performance conforms to planned performance.
    It tries to prevent deviations by taking corrective measures to reduce their recurrence.
    “Controlling is the measurement and correction of performance in order to make sure that enterprise objectives and the plans devised to attain them are being accomplished.”
    by Heinz Weihrich and Harold Koontz
  • 3. Nature of control
    It is a process
    It is an inevitable function of management
    It is closely associated with the planning
    It is corrective device
    It is a positive function
  • 4. Objectives of controlling
    Controls make plans effective. Managers need to measure progress, offer feedback, and direct their teams if they want to succeed.
    Controls make sure that organizational activities are consistent. Policies and procedures help ensure that efforts are integrated.
    Controls make organizations effective. Organizations need controls in place if they want to achieve and accomplish their objectives.
  • 5. Contd…
    Controls make organizations efficient. Efficiency probably depends more on controls than any other management function.
    Controls provide feedback on project status. Not only do they measure progress, but controls also provide feedback to participants as well. Feedback influences behavior and is an essential ingredient in the control process.
    Controls aid in decision making. The ultimate purpose of controls is to help managers make better decisions. Controls make managers aware of problems and give them information that is necessary for decision making.
  • 6. Importance of control
    It helps in detecting mistakes
    It helps in managing complex situations
    It helps managers face change and uncertainty
    It facilitates delegation
    Coordination
    Psychological impact
  • 7. Thank you