IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS OF      MANAGINGForecasting and planning – Communicating   the organizations objectives, policies,  pr...
• Forecasting and Planning – Communicating the organizations’ objectives,  policies, programmes, procedures and budgetary ...
COMMUNICATION STRUCTURE IN        ORGANISATION• Formal channel of communication--- Means of  communications- formally cont...
• Information is more trustworthy and can be  easily relied on.• Memos, circulars, instructions etc are part of  the forma...
• DISADVANTAGES – time consuming. Small  pieces of info passes thro long formal  channels hence time consuming.• Does not ...
INFORMAL CHANNEL OF COMMN• Advantages– speedy transmission• Uniting force• Creation of ideas• Good personal relationship• ...
• Distorts information – entirely unofficial,  informal and authentyicated.• Chances of misinterpretation• Lack of Account...
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  1. 1. IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS OF MANAGINGForecasting and planning – Communicating the organizations objectives, policies, programes, procedures and budgetary provisions to the concerned people. vikas vadakara
  2. 2. • Forecasting and Planning – Communicating the organizations’ objectives, policies, programmes, procedures and budgetary provisions to the concerned people.• Organising – Formal and informal relationships within the organization are developed and maintained through interpersonal communication.• Instructing – Interpersonal exchange of information regarding products, processes and targets.• Coordinating – Requires excellent communication skills to ensure that all efforts are directed towards the achievement of a single organizational goal.• Controlling – Competence to receive information and respond quickly. Checks results and receives feedback. vikas vadakara
  3. 3. COMMUNICATION STRUCTURE IN ORGANISATION• Formal channel of communication--- Means of communications- formally controlled by managers or people in position. Ensures information flow in timely and accurate manner.• ADVANTAGES--- Maintain authority structure of the organisation, easier to fix responsibility• Better cooperation and coordinations among employees are achieved. vikas vadakara
  4. 4. • Information is more trustworthy and can be easily relied on.• Memos, circulars, instructions etc are part of the formal commn.• There is minimal chance of information leak vikas vadakara
  5. 5. • DISADVANTAGES – time consuming. Small pieces of info passes thro long formal channels hence time consuming.• Does not allow social and emotional bonds to be created – absence employees do not feel at ease• Inhibition or stand in the way of free flow of info between organsational levels. vikas vadakara
  6. 6. INFORMAL CHANNEL OF COMMN• Advantages– speedy transmission• Uniting force• Creation of ideas• Good personal relationship• Disadvantages --- cannot be taken seriously• Spreads or transmits information by word of mouth• Does not carry complete information- guess work vikas vadakara
  7. 7. • Distorts information – entirely unofficial, informal and authentyicated.• Chances of misinterpretation• Lack of Accountability. vikas vadakara

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