Running head: Functions of Management
Functions of Management
Joan A. Mendiola
MGT330 – Management, Theory, Practice and Application
June 20, 2011
Most businesses are guided through some type of philosophy that may increase in profit and to ensure the business success and growth according to (Bateman & Snell 2007). This paper will demonstrate the following four functions of management; planning, organizing, leading and controlling. These types of functions must be performed by the management teams depending on the level of industry, title or the amount of obligations or task within the company. The four types of functions will define the roles and responsibility of each team. This paper will explain those four functions and how they currently apply in my workplace.
First function is planning, this type defines as being able to set some type of goal or deciding the course of action, it is developing rules and regulations, developing plans on both the organizations and people that actually work in it as well as forecasting on what the future holds for the company. For example, in my current company that I work for Vynapse LLC, I was recently promoted to become the new Project Manager. The company just recently moved its biggest account from one of our locations in Windsor to our Napa office. As a Project Manager it is my responsibility to ensure that the process of the move on this account will run smoothly as it can be and to ensure that this happens I will need game plan to get this account into our building. This is just an example of what a planning function would be.
Second function is organizing, this...
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