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Functions of Management
Essentials of College Writing
July 22, 2011

Functions of Management
The word Management describes as the method working with persons and resources in order to accomplish organizational goals (Bateman & Snell, 2009). Other defines management as solving problem creatively via the functions of management (Adam, 2009). Accomplishing organizational goals require to posses basic steps in order to achieve the goals. There are four different functions of management planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The following functions of management consist of the main functions of managers, which ought to carry out efficiently for the success of an organization or company (Expert Manage, n.d.).Planning defines as specifying the goals to be attained and deciding in advance the appropriate actions needed to achieve those goals (Bateman & Snell, 2009). Our organization, The Diocese of Tarlac is a non-profit organization. Our main objective is to have a great quality of service in our organization and community. Based from experience as an Altar Server at our organization; we plan first before executing anything. For an instance a special event will occur. We decide first the function of each member to specific work what the member will do. We plan systematic procedure then choreograph our plan. A great planning has a desirable outcome of our activity and service. Lack of planning that means not prepared or a bad planning has taken place. In addition, lack of planning may lead us to miscommunication that may lead also into undesirable results. Planning stated to as a base component of management that also involves developing strategies to achieve these goals, thus planning is constant process (Expert Manage, n.d.).Organizing defines as assembling and coordinating the person, financial, physical, informational, and other resources needed to achieve (Bateman & Snell, 2009). The organizing is a constituent of planning. Based on opinion...
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