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Functions of mgmt Functions of mgmt Presentation Transcript

  • FUNCTION OF MANAGEMENT
    • * Planning.
    • * Organizing.
    • * Staffing.
    • * Directing
    • * Coordinating
    • * Controlling.
  • Planning
      • Planning is specifying the goals to be achieved and deciding in advance the appropriate actions taken to achieve those goals
      • Planning includes : What to do
      • When to do
      • How to do
      • Who to do
  • Organizing
    • It is the process of identifying and grouping work to be performed .
    • It includes :
    • to identify the work to be performed
    • to classify or group activities
    • to assign these groups of activities to individuals
    • to delegate authority & fix responsibility
    • to coordinate relationship
  • Staffing
    • It means filling human resources at the positions created by the organizations
    • Staffing includes: Manpower planning
    • Recruitment , Selection & Training
    • Placement of manpower
    • Development , promotion ,transfer
    • Determination of remuneration
  • Directing
    • It concerns the total manner in which a manager influences the actions of subordinates
    • Activities in Directing are : Leadership
    • Communication
    • Motivation
    • Supervision
  • Coordination
    • It is regarded as the essence of management as in order to coordinate the activities of his subordinates
    • It is of two types: Vertical coordination ( two levels )
    • Horizontal coordination(same level)
    • Internal coordination ( within the organization )
    • External coordination ( outside )
  • Controlling
    • Controlling means evaluating the performance, if necessary , applying corrective measures so that the performance takes place according to plans
    • Controlling includes : Establishing standards
    • Measuring actual performance
    • Comparing actual with standard
    • Finding deviations
    • Taking corrective
  • Management Challenges
    • Globalization
    • Technological changes
    • Changes in work force
    • Decision making process
    • Social responsibility