The Functions of Management

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  • Represents the key factor that propels business and industry to attain accelerated growth and development
  • The Functions of Management

    1. 1. FUNCTIONS of MANAGEMENT Yenna Monica D. P.
    2. 2. Conceptualizations • Luther Gulick’s POSDCORB acronym (1937) Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Coordinating, Reporting, and Budgeting • Russell Gregg (1957) – 7 Management Functions Decision Making, Planning, Organizing, Communicating, Influencing, Coordinating, and Evaluating
    3. 3. Conceptualizations • Iñigo (1997) – 5 Functions of Management Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, and Controlling • Ernest Dale (1978) – 7 Management Functions Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Direction, Control, Innovation, and Representation • Koontz and Weirich (1992) - 5 Management Functions Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading, and Controlling
    4. 4. Joseph Massie (1987) Massie’s 7 functions of management have been adopted in many books as the writers strongly believe that its basic functions of management, taken collectively, best describes the job and process of management. It is applicable to all activities like at all levels from the immediate Supervisor to the Chief Executive, and that they are fundamental in all types of cooperative endeavor, business-firms government agencies and educational institutions.
    5. 5. Eight Functions of Management • • • • Decision Making Organizing Staff Planning • • • • Controlling Communicating Directing Innovating
    6. 6. Decision Making a course of action is consciously chosen from available alternatives For the purpose of achieving a desired result
    7. 7. Organizing determining structure and allocations of jobs.
    8. 8. Staffing Selecting, training, promoting and retiring subordinates
    9. 9. Planning Anticipating the future Discovering alternative courses that are open
    10. 10. Controlling Measuring current performance Guiding it towards some predetermined goal
    11. 11. Communicating Transmitting ideas to others For the purpose of effecting a desired result
    12. 12. Directing Guiding actual performance of subordinates towards common goals. Supervising One aspect of directing at lower levels where physical over-seeing of work
    13. 13. Innovating Making or introducing Such as new method, a new procedure, a new technique, a new approach, etc…
    14. 14. Henry Mintzberg (1973) Feedback Provide Information Process Information Use Information The Managerial Roles
    15. 15. Management Represents the KEY FACTOR To attain accelerated growth and development
    16. 16. FUNCTIONS of MANAGEMENT Yenna Monica D. P.

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