Unformatted text preview: determining resources needed, and developing strategies to reach those goals. And then, second function is organizing. A manager needs to know how to organize his or her business. And organizing includes, allocating resources, assigning tasks, establishing procedures for accomplishing goals, preparing a structure, recruiting, selecting, training, and developing employees. After that function is leading; leading includes guiding and motivating employees to work effectively to accomplish organizational goals and objectives, and the last function is controlling. Controlling includes rewarding outstanding performances, measuring results against corporate objectives, and providing feedback on performance. Therefore, I believe when a manager meets all of these four functions, that manager can be one of the most successful in the world....
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- Management, Hanifa Ayunisa, rewarding outstanding performances