Organogram: Hierarchy and Minister

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An organogram of ministry of Education Sports Arts and Culture

An organogram is a hierarchical structure of an organization which establishes relationship between activity and authority under certain management. According to Plunkett 1993 , it have four distinctive activities that are;

➢ To determine what work activities have to be done to accomplish organizational objectives.

➢ To classify the type of work needed and groups work into manageable work units.

➢ To assign work to individuals and delegates appropriate authority.

➢ To design a hierarchy of decision making relationship.

In the educational structure various office bearers have their specific functions which promotes effective function of the structure. Positions and duties are as follows;

Minister.

➢ According to Mano Timbe Auguste 2007 the major function of the minister is to is to represent policy positions of their ministries for considerations and endorsement by

cabinet before implementing them.

➢ In Zimbabwe he is David Coltart . He is the political head of the ministry.

➢ Represents the ministry in the parliament.

➢ Formulates ministerial policies.

➢ Accountable for the cabinet and parliament representation of the ministry .

➢ Appointed by the president and is a political figure.

➢ According to Derbyshire 1984 he is likely to spent 5 years in power.

➢ In Zimbabwe he is a politician

➢ and lawyer by profession.

Deputy Minister.

➢ Also a political figure.

➢ Reports to the minister.

➢ Helps the minister to formulate government ministry.

➢ Advice the minister on policy issues and assists him in politically heading of the ministry.

Secretary.

➢ Leader of educational hierarchical team.

➢ Chief accounting officer of the ministry.

➢ Also appointed by the president.

➢ Approve all appointments of transfers and promotions.

➢ He/she is the permanent secretary.

➢ Also a senior member of the departmental staff.

➢ Non-political head of the ministry.

➢ Draws up agendas of the cabinet ministry.

➢ According to Derbshire 1984 he is the head of central department machine.

Statutory bodies.

There are 5 of them in the educational structure of leadership with their functions as follows ;

➢ They report directly to the minister.

➢ Provide documantative services in form of files for the ministry.

➢ Also formulates policies for examinations, and sports.

➢ They also acts as national librarians.

➢ Sets the exams and mark them.

➢ Issues certificates.

➢ Responsible for sporting activities.

Minister Principal Executive Assistant.

➢ They save as receptionists .

➢ Responsible for booking of appointments.

➢ Work as ministers secretaries in meetings.

Minister Personal Assistance.

➢ Appointed by the Public service commission.

➢ Assisting duties for minister.

Principal Directors.

There are 5 directors on the structure and their roles are as follows;

➢ Legal advisors.

➢ Lawyers of the ministry.

➢ Helps Permamant Secretary.

➢ Formulates policy for secondary education.

➢ Represents the ministry and they are appointed by Public Service.

Human resources.

➢ Responsible for staffing quality assurance workers.

➢ Responsible for reappointment and recruitment of new teachers.

➢ Termination and vacancy return.

➢ Responsible for school management system.

➢ Allocation of...
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