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MDVM Parle School, Presentation, Neemrana, Alwar, Rajasthan, India

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    • Hallmark of Successful Management Implementation
    • PRESENTED BY :
      • Sanjeev (Group Leader)
      • Chinmay (Member)
      • Geetanjali (Member)
    • Definition
      • Coordination is the management of interdependence in work situations.
      • It is the orderly synchronization or fitting together of the interdependent efforts of individuals, in order to attain a common goal.
      • To coordinate is to keep expenditure proportionate to financial resources, equipments and tools to production needs and so on.
    • What Coordination is?
      • Coordination is the
      • act of coordinating ,
      • making different people or things
      • work together for a goal
      • or effect.
    • Introduction To Coordination
      • Meaning:-
      • 1. The act or state of coordinating or of being coordinated.
      • 2. Proper order or relationship.
      • 3. Harmonious combination or interaction, as of functions or parts.
    • WHY COORDINATION? "Coordination" Must Exist or There's No Organization -- Only an "Experience"
    • FEATURES OF COORDINATION
      • Essence of Management
      • Managerial Responsibility
      • Deliberate effort
      • Creativity
      • Continuous Process
      • Required in Group Activity
      • Different from Cooperation
      • Systems Concept
    • Importance Of Coordination
      • Integration of Group Efforts
      • Facilitates Mutual Dependence
      • Helps to Resolve Conflicts
      • Development of Team Spirit
      • Motivates Sub-ordinates
      • Better Relations
      • Optimum Use of Resources
      • Higher Efficiency
      • Reduces Wastages
      • Encourages Initiative
      • Corporate Image
      • Division of labour
      • Interdependence of units
      • Individual interests versus organizational interests
      Need for Coordination
      • Various Administrative control
      • Delegations
      • Evaluations
      • Financial Statements
      • Performance Management
      • Policies and Procedures
      • Quality control
      • Operations Management
      • Risk, Safety and Liabilities
      Methods Of Coordination
    • Lack of Coordination
    • Elements Of Successful Coordination
      • The Mandate Dimension
      • -Leadership commitment
      • -Ministers' and stakeholders' buy in
      • -Defined and agreed joint outcomes
      • The System Dimension
      • -Appropriate and documented governance and accountability frameworks
      • -Sufficient and appropriate resources
      • -Process to measure performance from established baselines
              • The Behaviors Dimension
              • -Right representation, skills and team leadership
              • -Organizational cultures that support coordination
              • -Shared culture, language and values
    • Successful Coordination
    • CONCLUSION : A good Coordinator is a good Leader And A good Leader is a good Manager
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