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COORDINATION

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  • 1. Team Leader: Group Members:Saad Munami Shafia Saad-Ur-Rehaman Shoaib Nazim
  • 2. What is coordination? It is an act of organizing, making different people or things work together for a goal or effect to fulfill desired goals in an organization.
  • 3. COORDINATION AND COOPERATION Basis Co-ordination Co-operation • MEANING • Orderly arrangement of • Mutual help willingly. group efforts. • PROCESS • Performed by top • Perform by persons at any management. level. • REQUIREMENTS • It is required by employees • Emotional in nature. at work irrespective of their work. • RELATIONSHIP • Establish formal and informal relationships. • Establishes informal relationship. • FREEDOM • Planned and interested by central authority. • Depends upon the sweet will of the individuals. • SUPPORT • It seeks wholehearted support from various • It is fruitless without co- people working at various ordination. It lead to levels. unbalanced developments.
  • 4. Types Of Co-ordination 1 Co-ordinating within the individual. 2 Co-ordinating among Individual of a group.✓ 3 Co-ordinating among groups of an enterprise. 4 Co-ordinating along Enterprises and forces of world.
  • 5. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF LACK OF COORDINATION DELAY When there is a lack of coordination between management, labor, production and sales, delays will 1 result causing the organization to become ineffective. When delays become part of the operations of the organization, customer relations will suffer for the organization.. DUPLICATION With redundancy, an organization will spend double the effort, material and time to produce the same 2 item twice. Redundancy typically results from a lack of coordination between various departments within the organization. LOST DATA When this information is not readily available as needed within the organization, the lack of information 3 can create a cascading effect that will damage the organization. Lack of coordination creates gaps in the acquisition and distribution of information. INFLEXIBILITY When an organization does not support coordinated efforts, innovation and progress can become 2 4 stagnant within it. This can make the organization obsolete and unable to compete against other organizations in the same industry that have adopted a coordinated effort to adapting new methods of producing and managing the organization.
  • 6. CHALLENGES FACED WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER1 INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS V/S COORDINATION2 MISTRUSTFUL BEHAVIOR3 LACK OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS4 RACISM AND OTHER FORM OF DISCRIMINATION5 LACK OF STRONG LEADERSHIP6 SENSE OF POWERLESSNESS
  • 7. Encourages team spirit. There exist many conflicts between individuals, departments, between a line and staff, etc. Similarly, conflicts are also between individual objectives and organisational objectives. Coordination arranges the 1 work and the objectives in such a way that there are minimum conflicts. It encourages the employees to work as a team and achieve the common objectives of the organisation.Gives proper direction. There are many departments in the organisation. Each department performs different activities. 2 Coordination integrates (bring together) these activities for achieving the common goals or objectives of the organisation.Facilitates motivation. Coordination gives complete freedom to the employees. It encourages the employees to show initiative. 3 It also gives them many financial and non-financial incentives. Therefore, the employees get job satisfaction, and they are motivated to perform better.Makes optimum utilization of resources. Coordination helps to bring together the human and materials resources of the organisation. It helps to 4 make optimum utilization of resources. These resources are used to achieve the objectives of the organisation. Coordination also minimizes the wastage of resources in the organisation.
  • 8. Helps to achieve objective quickly. Coordination helps to minimise the conflicts, wastages, delays and other organisational problems. It 5 ensures smooth working of the organisation. Therefore, with the help of coordination an organisation can achieve its objectives easily and quickly.Improves relations in the organization. The Top Level Managers co-ordinates the activities of the Middle Level Managers and develops good relations with them. Similarly, the Middle Level Managers co-ordinates the activities of the Lower Level 6 Managers and develops good relations with them. Also, the Lower Level Managers co-ordinates the activities of the workers and develops good relations with them. Thus, coordination overall improves the relations in the organisation.Lead to higher efficiency. Efficiency is the relationship between Returns and Cost. There will be higher efficiency when the returns 7 are more and the cost is less. Since coordination leads to optimum utilisation of resources it results in more returns and low cost. Thus, coordination leads to higher efficiency. Improves goodwill of the organisation. Coordination helps an organisation to sell high quality goods and services at lower prices. This 8 improves the goodwill of the organisation and helps it earn a good name and image in the market and corporate world.
  • 9. COORDINATION IN AN ORGANIZATIONYour own footer Your Logo
  • 10. TOP MANAGER MIDDLE MIDDLE MANAGER MANAGERFIRST- LINE FIRST- LINE FIRST- LINEMANAGER MANAGER MANAGER WORK WORK WORK GROUP GROUP GROUP
  • 11. COORDINATION IS THE ESSENCE OF MANAGEMENT"Co-ordination is the Essence of Management." The meaning of this sentence implies, Co- ordination affects all the functions of management. In other words, Co-ordination affects Planning, Organising, Staffing, Directing, Communication, Leading, Motivating and Controlling.
  • 12. According to Harold Koontz and CyrilPLANNING AND ODonnell, "Planning is deciding in advanceCOORDINATION what to do, how to do it, when to do it and who is to do it." There are many steps in Organising. All these steps must be coordinated, for achieving the objectives of the business. The Top Level ORGANISING Managers must coordinate the efforts of the Middle Level Managers. AND Similarly, the Middle Level Managers must coordinate the efforts of theCOORDINATION. Lower Level Managers. Furthermore, the Lower Level Managers must . also coordinate the efforts of the workers. Staffing involves Recruitment and Selection, Training, Placement, Promotion, Transfer, etc. All these steps must be STAFFING AND properly coordinated. Similarly, the efforts of all theCOORDINATION. individuals, groups and departments must be coordinated for achieving the objectives of the business. Directing means giving necessary information, proper instructions and guidance to sub-DIRECTING AND ordinates. This results in coordination.COORDINATION. Therefore, Direction is affected by Coordination. .
  • 13. Many types of communication methods are used in a business. TheseCOMMUNICATING methods include, Formal communication, Informal Communication, AND Upward Communication, Downward Communication, OralCOORDINATION. Communication, Written Communication, etc. It is important to note that, all these types of communication must be properly coordinated. There are many types of Motivation. These are, MOTIVATING Positive Motivation, Negative Motivation, AND Financial Motivation, and Non-FinancialCOORDINATION Motivation. All these types of Motivation must be . properly coordinated. Every manager must be a good leader. He must coordinate the efforts of his subordinates for achieving theLEADING AND objectives. That is, he must coordinate the humanCOORDINATION. resource. He must also coordinate the material and financial resources of the organisation. In Controlling the standards are first fixed. Then the performances are measured. Performances are compared with the standards, and the CONTROLLING deviations are found out. Then the deviations are corrected. So, AND controlling involves many steps. All these steps must be properlyCOORDINATION. coordinated. If coordination is not proper, Control will surely fail.
  • 14. CONCLUSION Hand & Eye Coordination Human Heart & Organs Mind Never Coordination CoordinatesZombies are always moving fast in video games. It makes sense if you think about it. Those gamesare all about hand-eye coordination and how quickly can you get them before they get you.George A. Romero
  • 15. A person even an Organization can’tsurvive without “COORDINATION”
  • 16. THANK YOU! Your Logo

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