The Organizational Process

The Organizational Process - A properly implemented...

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The Organizational Process Organizing, like planning, must be a carefully worked out and applied process. This process involves  determining what work is needed to accomplish the goal, assigning those tasks to individuals, and  arranging those individuals in a decision-making framework (organizational structure). The end result  of the organizing process is an  organization  — a whole consisting of unified parts acting in harmony  to execute tasks to achieve goals, both effectively and efficiently. 
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Unformatted text preview: A properly implemented organizing process should result in a work environment where all team members are aware of their responsibilities. If the organizing process is not conducted well, the results may yield confusion, frustration, loss of efficiency, and limited effectiveness. In general, the organizational process consists of five steps (a flowchart of these steps is shown in Figure 1 ): Figure 1 The organizational process....
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course MGMT 4375 taught by Professor Eixmann during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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