5 Principles of Management by Henri Fayol Apllied in Maxis Communications Berhad’s General Administrative Management

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1.Division Of Labor
This principle of management simply means specialization increases output by making employees more efficient. •Maxis Communications certainly practices this principle of management as its employees are divided into departments that match their capabilities and expertise in order to produce the most efficient and effective services and products. •It is important that people who have a special talent or ability be placed at the correct department in order to maximize that ability or skill for the benefit of the organization. •Maxis Communications has many different departments such as Finance and Administration, Network Engineering and Operations, Information Technology (IT) Services, Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Enterprise Business, Consumer Business, Products and New Businesses and Consumer Marketing departments. •These departments have managers and subordinates who all possess the relevant and significant expertise needed for every specific type of department. As every department has a head or a manager and their supporting subordinates, jobs are broken down into simple, routine and well-defined tasks that are able to be achieved most effectively and efficiently. •For example, Maxis is especially well-known for the most high quality and innovative services and products in terms of telecommunication and the company owes this to the caliber and performance of their Products and New Businesses department who have executed their job well by making the products and services offered by Maxis the number one choice in the industry. This proves that when the right people are placed at the right place to the job or task relevant to their abilities and specialty, the outcome will be productive and outstanding.

2. Discipline
This principle of management implies that employees must obey and respect the rules that govern the organization. Good discipline is the result of effective leadership, a clear understanding...
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