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The organizing function will most likely experience dramatic changes in the next decade. This is because the structure of the organisations are rapidly changing. More and more organisations are expanding and venturing into new territories coupled with diversification in production. This changes in organisational structure will force similar changes in the organizing function. The complexity of the new organization will force managers to adopt new methods of performing their organisation function.
I believe the controlling function will experience the least amount of change. This is because the standards of control within the organisation rarely change with change in the organisation. Since controlling function mainly deals with creating standards and then measuring performance, the management will most likely try to keep this function intact for measuring perfomance. There wil , therefore be little or no change at all in this funcion.
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