Diferrence Between Management and Administration

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Management Vs Administration
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1. INTRODUCTION………………………………………..2

• Meaning of Administration………………………....2

• Meaning of Management…………………………...2

2. THE MAIN BODY……………………………………………….4

• The differences between administration and management with practical examples…………………………………….4

3. CONCLUSION…………………………………………....5

4. REFERENCES……………………………………………6

According to Haimann,T (1978) “Managing the Modern Organization’’ Administration means overall determination of policies, setting of major objectives, identification of general purposes and laying down of broad programmes and projects while management is the art getting things done through and with people in formally organized groups (Koontz, H 1961, “The management theory jungle”

Administration is the universal process of organizing people and resources efficiently so as to direct activities toward common goals and objectives. It is a process because it involves a series of steps in organizing people and other resources and thus one step cannot be overlooked while management is a human action including design to facilitate the production of useful outcomes from a system. Another American expert, McFarland (1962) in his book, “American Foundation for Management Research” he defined administration as refers to the determination of major objectives and policies while management to the carrying out of the operations designed to accomplish the aims and effectuate the poicies. Therefore it may appear that both the terms, namely administration and management are connotative of one and the same meaning, but there is actually some kind of differences between the two as follows. 

Administration is the science of determining the policies and objectives of an organization or a firm, while management is the act of putting into practice the policies and objectives framed by...
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