A manager can be compared to an orchestra conductor since both of them have to create rhythm and uni

A manager can be compared to an orchestra conductor since both of them have to create rhythm and uni

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A manager can be compared to an orchestra conductor since both of them have to create rhythm and unity in the activities of group members. Co-ordination is an integral element or ingredient of all the managerial functions as discussed below: - a. Co-ordination through Planning - Planning facilitates co-ordination by integrating the various plans through mutual discussion, exchange of ideas. e.g. - co-ordination between finance budget and purchases budget. b. Co-ordination through Organizing - Mooney considers co-ordination as the very essence of organizing. In fact when a manager groups and assigns various activities to subordinates, and when he creates department’s co-ordination uppermost in his mind. c. Co-ordination through Staffing - A manager should bear in mind that the right
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Unformatted text preview: no. of personnel in various positions with right type of education and skills are taken which will ensure right men on the right job. d. Co-ordination through Directing -The purpose of giving orders, instructions & guidance to the subordinates is served only when there is a harmony between superiors & subordinates. e. Co-ordination through Controlling -Manager ensures that there should be co-ordination between actual performance & standard performance to achieve organizational goals. From above discussion, we can very much affirm that co-ordination is the very much essence of management. It is required in each & every function and at each & every stage & therefore it cannot be separated....
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT mg101 taught by Professor - during the Fall '09 term at Montgomery.

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