The Four Functions of Management

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The Four Functions of Management

Management is the process of working with other and capital to achieve organizational goals. Also management is defining as creative problem solving. This creative problem solving is accomplished through the four functions of management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The intended result is the use of an organization 's resources in a way that finish its mission and objectives. Every good manager, supervisor or leader does those tings both effectively and efficiently.
At the present time in MEDDAC-Japan the organization in which I am employ, is working to reorganize some the way they offers services to the military community. Very interesting it is to see as the four functions of
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This to build organizations flexible and adaptive to the customer needs.
Organizing is particularly important in family businesses where each family member has multiple roles: family, business and personal. Confusion among these roles complicates the decisions to take.
Leading
Leading is motivating, inspired and encourage people or subordinates to be high performers. Also leading is directing and influencing people 's behavior all the way through motivation, communication, group dynamics, leadership and discipline. The purpose of leading is to guide the behavior of all human resources and employees to achieve the organization 's mission and objectives at the same time as all together helping to achieve their own career goals. Today managers must be good at mobilizing people to contribute with their ideas.
The leading function gives the manager an active rather than a passive role in worker performance, behavior and accomplishments. Managers achieve their objectives all the way through there people or workers. This function gives managers and supervisors a second responsibility: helping people or workers in the organization complete and achieves their individual career goals. Helping people in the organization with career planning and professional development is a vital part of the leading function and also a great way to motivate the subordinates.
Controlling
Controlling is the management

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