This assignment is given to the students of Diploma in School Management course conducted by Centre for Open Learning (COL), The Maldives National University about the four management functions with its theoretical concepts. This assignment discusses the relationship among the four management functions outlining the importance of management functions in the school system and concludes with useful and appropriate justifications. I take this opportunity to thank our coordinators for their kind cooperation and helps given to us throughout this course.
Every organization has developed its own management concepts in order to function the organization smoothly, effective and efficiently to achieve their organizational objectives and aims. The basic functions of the management categorized in different four areas to handle the operations for the organization and its development. The four main functions of management comprised of the following categories; planning, organizing, directing and controlling, yet the views of some of the educationists and management developers are somehow dissimilar adding the terms like evaluating, staffing and coordinating etc. There are possible relationships among the four management functions and reasons as its importance in every organization and the education system in every country. This assignment covers a view of all those relationships and its importance in a school system of a country. The four management functions are as follows.
Relationship among the four management functions
What is planning?
Planning is the main area of all the functions of management. It is considered as the foundation of the other three areas to be built. Management requires planning to evaluate where the company is currently, and where it would like to be in the future. The determination of activities, goals and objectives reaches to the implementation of the organizational plan. Management analyzes internal and external...
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