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  2. 2. CONTROL-MEANING & PURPOSE<br />Controlling–<br /> The process of monitoring activities to ensure that they are being accomplished as planned and of correcting any significant deviations.<br />The Purpose of Control–<br /> To ensure that activities are completed in ways that lead to accomplishment of organizational goals.<br />
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF CONTROL<br />Helps the organisation in achieving objectives:- The 1st step in management is setting objectives. Inorder to achieve these objectives there should be a proper controlling system.<br />Helps in improving adaptability to environmental change:-<br /> From the time goals are established to the time they are achieved,many unpredictable events may occur , therefore a control mechanism should be there to monitor , anticipate and respond to the situation.<br />Controlling helps in maintaining and improving quality:-<br /> Controlling helps in efficient use of resources and thereby minimizing cost. A good quality control system helps to maintain quality products.<br />
  4. 4. CONT…<br />Controlling helps in financial matters:-<br /> Managers needs to keep tight control over finances and spend well within the budget. <br />Controlling helps in monitoring sales:-<br /> An effective control system would be able to pin point the problem and immediate remedial measures can be taken.<br />Controlling helps in minimizing errors:-<br /> An effective control system helps in detecting errors in time. If a small error is not controlled at the right time it can accumulate and cause considerable damages.<br />
  5. 5. CONT..<br />Controlling helps in coping with organisational complexity:-<br /> A sophisticated control system become essential to maintain adequate control over a number of diverse activities. To be effective it has to adapt itself to organisational complexities.<br />Controlling helps in improving employees performance:-<br /> it helps in create an atmosphere of order and decipline in an organisation . In this kind of atmosphere employees are aware of there duties and standards against the performance will be judged.<br />
  6. 6. PLANNING<br />Planning refers to a process beginning with objectives, defining strategies, policies and detailed plans to achieve them.<br />Planning is deciding in advance what to do, how to do it, when to do it and who do it.<br />
  7. 7. IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING<br />Offsetting uncertainty and changes:-<br /> planning is necessary as the future uncertainty and changes. By forcing managers to look ahead , anticipate change and to develop appropriate responses for this.<br />Focusing attention on objectives:-<br /> planning is directed towards the objectives. The attention of every manager is focused on these objectives in the every course of performing their respective planning function.<br />Established coordinated effort:-<br /> it gives direction to managers and non managers ,where organisation is going and what they must contribute to reach the objective,they can cordinate their activities , coorperate with each other and work as a team.<br />
  8. 8. CONT…<br />Encourages innovation and creativity:-<br /> planning is thinking in advance and therefore there is a scope of finding out better and different methods and ways to achieve the desired goals.<br />Facilitating control:-<br /> planning provides standards for controlling employees performance. the function of controlling is based on comparison between the planned goals and the actual performance of subordinates.<br />Gaining economical operation:-<br /> planning works for efficiency and economy in is concerned with the predetermined and well thought out course of action. Therefore it helps to avoid confusion disorder and waste of resources.<br />
  9. 9. PLANNING-CONTROL RELATIONSHIP<br />In the present dynamic environment which affects the organization, the strong relationship between the two is very critical and important.<br /> In the present day environment, it is quite likely that planning fails due to some unforeseen events. There controlling comes to the rescue.<br /> Once controlling is done effectively, it give us stimulus to make better plans. Therefore, planning and controlling are inseperate functions of a business enterprise.<br />
  10. 10. PLANNING-CONTROL RELATIONSHIP<br />Planning and controlling are interdependent.<br />Planning and controlling are forward looking.<br />Planning preceeds controlling and controlling succeeds planning.<br />Planning and controlling are inseperable functions of management.<br />
  11. 11. PLANNING-CONTROL RELATIONSHIP<br />Activities are put on rails by planning and they are kept at right place through controlling.<br />Planning and controlling are integral parts of an organization as both are important for smooth running of an enterprise.<br />Planning and controlling reinforce each other. Each drives the other function of management.<br />
  12. 12. THANK YOU<br />