NATURE OF ORGANIZING •Division of work •Goal oriented •Differential functions •Continuity
PURPOSE OFORGANIZING Facilitates growth Perform managerial functionOptimum use of resources Helps to achieve organizational goal
PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZING Principle of Division of Labour Principle of Functional Definition Principle of Scalar Chain and Command Principle of unity of Command Principle of Unity of direction
Principle of Division of LabourAccording to this principle, theentire work in the organizationshould be divided into specific jobs and specific jobs should be given Specializ Division to an individual. Better of work ation Output
Principle of Functional Definition According to this principle, the functions which are required to be performed by an individual, should be so well defined that there is no overlapping of functions.For example: Production departmentcannot interfere into the recruitment ofHR department
Principle of Scalar Chain and CommandAccording to this principle, There must be anunbroken chain of authority running from the top to the bottom of the organization.For example: Board of Directors Chief Executive Marketing Manager Sales Manager Sales Officer Sales man
Principle of unity of command According to this principle, a subordinateshould receive order from one superior onlyand should be accountable to that superior from whom, he receives order This will: •Avoid confusion •Avoid conflicts •Fix responsibilities
Principle of unity of directionAccording to this principle, There shouldbe one head and one plan for a group of activities having the same objectives. This promotes smooth coordination of activities, efforts and resources.