Charateristics of effective control system

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  • 1. Department of Educational AdministrationDivision of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman EDAD 311 Professor Joel C. Javiniar Faculty Member BY: REYNALDO F. DINAMPO EDAD Ph.D Student 1st SEM A.Y. 2012-2013
  • 2. Though Iemploy thebest of thebest of skillsof the finestmanager andhave notloved, I amonly a cleverspeaker and acharmingentertainer;
  • 3. and though Iunderstand alltechniques and trymany methods, andalthough I havemuch training, sothat I feelcompetent but haveno understandingof the way myconstituents thinkand feel, it is notenough.
  • 4. And if I spend many hours in planning and become tense and nervous with the strain, buthave no love and understanding of the personal problems of my followers, it still is not enough.
  • 5. The lovingmanager is verypatient, verykind; is notshocked whenpeople bring himor her theirconfidences;does not gossip;is not easilydiscouraged;does not behavein ways that areunworthy,
  • 6. but is at alltimes alivingexample tohis or herconstituentsof the goodway of life ofwhich he orshe speaks.Love neverfails!
  • 7. But whether there will be materials, they will becomeobsolete; whether there will be methods, they will becomeoutmoded; whether there will be techniques, they can beabandoned; for we know only a little and pass on to ourcontituents a little.
  • 8. But when we have love then all our efforts willbecome creative and our influence will liveforever in the lives of our constituents…And now abide with skills, methods, love,these three, but the greatest of these is LOVE.AMEN…
  • 9. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-DilimanEffective Control System tend to have certainqualities in common, though importance ofthese characteristics varies from situation tosituation, but they are checklist that can guidemanagers/supervisors in designing unitscontrol system.
  • 10. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman1. Accurate2. Timely3. Objective and Comprehensible4. Focused on Strategic Control Points5. Economically Realistic6. Organizationally Realistic7. Coordinated with the Organizations Work Flow8. Flexible9. Prescriptive and Operational10. Accepted by Organization Members
  • 11. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman AccurateInformation on performance must beaccurate. Evaluating the accuracy of theinformation they receive is one of themost important control tasks thatmanagers face.
  • 12. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman TimelyInformation must be collected, routed,and evaluated quickly if action is to betaken in time to produce improvements.
  • 13. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Objective and ComprehensibleThe information in a control system should beunderstandable and be seen as objective bythe individuals who use it.
  • 14. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Focused on Strategic Control PointsThe control system should be focused on thoseareas where deviations from the standards aremost likely to take place or where deviationswould lead to the greatest harm.
  • 15. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Economically Realistic The cost of implementing a control systemshould be less than, or at most equal to, thebenefits derived from the control system.
  • 16. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Organizationally RealisticThe control system has to be compatible withorganizational realities and all standards forperformance must be realistic.
  • 17. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Coordinated with the Organizations Work Flow Control information needs to be coordinated with theflow of work through the organization for two reasons:(1)each step in the work process may affect the successor failure of the entire operation, (2) the controlinformation must get to all the people who need toreceive it
  • 18. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman FlexibleControls must have flexibility built into themso that the organizations can react quickly toovercome adverse changes or to takeadvantage of new opportunities.
  • 19. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Prescriptive and OperationalControl systems ought to indicate, uponthe detection of the deviationfrom standards, what corrective actionshould be taken.
  • 20. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-Diliman Accepted by Organization Members These characteristics can be applied tocontrols at all levels of the organization.
  • 21. Division of Educational Leadership and Professional Services College of Education University of the Philippines-DilimanReferences:De Cenzo, David & Robins, Stephen (2002). Supervision Today: The UltimateGuide to Frontline Management. Prentice-Hall. New Jersey.Mosley, Donald et al…(2008) Supervisory Management: The Art of Inspiring,Empowering, and Developing People. Thompson South Western. U.S.A.Rue, Leslie & Bryars, Lloyd (1990) Supervision: Key Link to Productivity.Richard & Irwin, Inc. Boston, MA.<http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/topicArticleId-8944,articleId-8927.html>.http://www.strategic-control.24xls.com/en234