Departmentation

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Departmentation

  1. 1. ANANDAPADMANABHAN .J. S1 M.com
  2. 2. Departmentation- Meaning The process of grouping of activities into units for the purpose of administration is called departmentation. It can be defined "as the process by which activities or functions of enterprise are grouped homogeneously into different groups.”
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF DEPARTMENTATION Specialisation Expansion Autonomy Fixation of responsibility Appraisal Management development Administrative control
  4. 4. TYPES OF DEPARTMENTATION  Departmentation by Function Departmentation by Products Departmentation by Territory Departmentation by Customer Departmentation by Process Composite Departmentation
  5. 5. Functional Departmentation Board of Directors Managing Director Marketing Quality Control Production Processing material Finance Repairs and maintenance
  6. 6. Product Departmentation Board of Directors Managing Director Plastics Finance Chemicals Production Metals Sales Personnel
  7. 7. Territorial Departmentation Board of Directors Managing Director Northern Division Branch I Western Division Branch II Eastern Division Southern Division Branch III
  8. 8. Customer Departmentation Board of Directors Managing Director Finance Wholesale Marketing Production Exports Personnel Retail
  9. 9. Process Departmentation Board of Directors Managing Director Ginning Spinning Weaving Dyeing
  10. 10. Composite Departmentation Managing Director Works Manager Marketing Manager Consumer Products Division Domestic Sales Manager Private Buyers Finance Manager Industrial Products Division Export Sales Manager Govt. Agencies
  11. 11. DIVISION OF LABOUR Division of labour, the separation of a work process into a number of tasks, with each task performed by a separate person or group of persons. It is most often applied to systems of mass production and is one of the basic organizing principles of the assembly line. Breaking down work into simple, repetitive tasks eliminates unnecessary motion and limits the handling of different tools and parts. The consequent reduction in production time and the ability to replace craftsmen with lower-paid, unskilled workers result in lower production costs and a less expensive final product.

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