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FUNCTIONS OF THE MANAGER
The process of achieving a predetermined objective through the effort of the
workers is known as Management. The Manager performs his duties or functions
to maintain an environment which are as given below:
1) PLANNING:
Planning is a fundamental function of management which involves a rational
and orderly thinking of ways and mean with the help of which goals are
designed to be achieved. It derives help from past event and anticipates
actions for the future. It is a thinking process of determining the strategies and
tactics in future course of action depending upon the aim that is sought to be
achieved through such as decision.
Planning can be defined as,
“Planning is the predetermined task of achieving the predetermined
objectives and procedures to achieve the objective.”
In other words, determining the aims and objectives and the selection of methods
to achieve them is known as Planning.
2) ORGANIZING:
Organizing after planning is the second important function of manager.
Organizing creates management.
Organizing may be defined as;
“Organizing is the process through which the relationship is determined
between action and authority in any organization.”
Assigning work and granting authority are two important elements of organizing.
The activities which are necessary for achieving any group objectives are united
through organizing. Not only does a business’s organizational structure help
determine how well its employees make decision, but it also reflects how well
they respond to problems. Making the job satisfactory and meaningful for the
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workers simultaneously to keep the objectives of the organization is balance or
not only difficult for the manager but it is also the most significant responsibility
for him. In this way, organizing function helps the manager to determine the
following activities such as identification of activities, grouping of activities,
assigning the authority and coordination among workers and their task.
3) STAFFING:
Staffing is the fundamental function which refers to putting people into the
framework of an organization. The activity of staffing starts from the
determination of the needs and inviting application from the prospective workers
and their selection and appointment of the members of the staff and ends on
their termination.
Staffing defined as;
“Staffing involves determining the needs of the organization,
recruiting, selecting, planning, promoting, appraising
planning the careers; compensating and training or
otherwise developing both candidate and current job
holders to accomplish their task effectively and efficiently.
After an organization’s structural design is in place, it needs people with the right
skills, knowledge, and abilities to fill in that structure. People are an organization’s
most important resource, because people either create or undermine an
organization’s reputation for quality in both products and service.
The right staff can carry an organization through a period of change and ensure its
future success. Because of the importance of hiring and maintaining a committed
and competent staff, effective human resource management is crucial to the
success of all organizations.
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4) DIRECTING:
The term “direction” refers to human relation and involves, motivation,
communicating, guiding, and encouraging. It requires the manage to coach, assist,
and problem solve with employees. Directing is another important function of a
manager. A manager as a leader helps his subordinates to attain his objectives
with his maximum capabilities and complete confidence.
Directing defined as;
“Director executes the work and as such take into account
all those factors which help in bringing about the motivation, guidance
and supervision of the work of subordinates.
Direction requires the quality of leadership and ability to communicate the
policies and the objectives of the business to the employees. Since personnel in
an organization provides the key to success it is necessary to provide such a
leadership, guidance, supervision, communication and counseling to all members
of the organization from top to bottom.
5) CONTROLING:
Controlling is the process which checks the performance against standards. It
makes sure that organization goal and objectives are being met. After the other
elements are in place, a manager’s job is not finished. He needs to continuously
check results against goals and take any corrective actions necessary to make sure
that his area’s plans remain on track. A manager is to measure the performance
so that it should be determined whether the objectives of an organization are
being achieved in the manner as they had been planned.
Controlling defined as;
“Controlling refers to set the organization activities
in such a manner so that may be helpful in
achieving the objectives of the organization.”
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A manager should control the organization with reference to the natural
resources, Human resources, Statistical resources, financial resources because no
organization can achieve its objectives without effective and efficient controlling.
CONCLUSION:
Managers just don’t go out and making a chance to perform their responsibilities.
Good managers discover how to master the five basic function. All mangers at all
levels of every organization perform these universal functions, but the amount of
time a manager spends on each one depends on both the level of management
and the specific organization.

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FUNCTIONS OF THE MANAGER The process of achieving a predetermined objective through the effort of the workers is known as Management. The Manager performs his duties or functions to maintain an environment which are as given below: 1) PLANNING: Planning is a fundamental function of management which involves a rational and orderly thinking of ways and mean with the help of which goals are designed to be achieved. It derives help from past event and anticipates actions for the future. It is a thinking process of determining the strategies and tactics in future course of action depending upon the aim that is sought to be achieved through such as decision. Planning can be defined as, “Planning is the predetermined task of achieving the predetermined objectives and procedures to achieve the objective.” In other words, determining the aims and objectives and the selection of methods to achieve them is known as Planning. 2) ORGANIZING: Organizing after planning is the second important function of manager. Organizing creates management. Organizing may be defined as; “Organizing is the process through which the relationship is determined between action and authority in any organization.” Assigning work and granting authority are two important elements of organizing. The activities which are necessary for achieving any group objectives are united through organizing. Not only does a business’s organizational structure help determine how well its employees make decision, but it also reflects how well they respond to problems. Making the job satisfactory and meaningful for the workers simultaneously to keep the objectives of the organization is balance or not only difficult for the manager but it is also the most significant responsibility for him. In this way, organizing function helps the manager to determine the following activities such as identification of activities, grouping of activities, assigning the authority and coordination among workers and their task. 3) STAFFING: Staffing is the fundamental function which refers to putting people into the framework of an organization. The activity of staffing starts from the determination of the needs and inviting application from the prospective workers and their selection and appointment of the members of the staff and ends on their termination. Staffing defined as; “Staffing involves determining the needs of the organization, recruiting, selecting, planning, promoting, appraising planning the careers; compensating and training or otherwise developing both candidate and current job holders to accomplish their task effectively and efficiently.” After an organization’s structural design is in place, it needs people with the right skills, knowledge, and abilities to fill in that structure. People are an organization’s most important resource, because people either create or undermine an organization’s reputation for quality in both products and service. The right staff can carry an organization through a period of change and ensure its future success. Because of the importance of hiring and maintaining a committed and competent staff, effective human resource management is crucial to the success of all organizations. 4) DIRECTING: The term “direction” refers to human relation and involves, motivation, communicating, guiding, and encouraging. It requires the manage to coach, assist, and problem solve with employees. Directing is another important function of a manager. A manager as a leader helps his subordinates to attain his objectives with his maximum capabilities and complete confidence. Directing defined as; “Director executes the work and as such take into account all those factors which help in bringing about the motivation, guidance and supervision of the work of subordinates.” Direction requires the quality of leadership and ability to communicate the policies and the objectives of the business to the employees. Since personnel in an organization provides the key to success it is necessary to provide such a leadership, guidance, supervision, communication and counseling to all members of the organization from top to bottom. 5) CONTROLING: Controlling is the process which checks the performance against standards. It makes sure that organization goal and objectives are being met. After the other elements are in place, a manager’s job is not finished. He needs to continuously check results against goals and take any corrective actions necessary to make sure that his area’s plans remain on track. A manager is to measure the performance so that it should be determined whether the objectives of an organization are being achieved in the manner as they had been planned. Controlling defined as; “Controlling refers to set the organization activities in such a manner so that may be helpful in achieving the objectives of the organization.” A manager should control the organization with reference to the natural resources, Human resources, Statistical resources, financial resources because no organization can achieve its objectives without effective and efficient controlling. CONCLUSION: Managers just don’t go out and making a chance to perform their responsibilities. Good managers discover how to master the five basic function. All mangers at all levels of every organization perform these universal functions, but the amount of time a manager spends on each one depends on both the level of management and the specific organization. Name: Description: ...
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