Nature Of Organising Function

As a function of management, organising refers to the process involving the identification and grouping of activities to be performed, defining, and establishing the authority responsibility relationships. This enables people to work most effectively together in achieving the objectives of the enterprise. 

In a general sense, organising consists of determining and arranging for men, materials, machines and money required by an enterprise for the attainment of its goals. In a restricted and operational sense, the term organising means defining the duties and responsibilities of the people employed, and determining the manner in which their activities are to be interrelated. The end result of organising is the creation of a structure of duties and responsibilities of people in different positions, grouped according to the similarity and interrelated nature of activities. In other words, the outcome of the organising process is an “Organisation’ consisting of a group of people working together for the achievement of one or more common objectives.

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