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Organizing

What is Organizing
Organizing is one of key managerial activities (functions). It means organizing, creating order and system. Includes organizing people, other resources, processes, services, structures and systems within the organization.

“In today’s situation, we should admit that there is no one best structure.”

Peter Lorange

Organizing is one of key managerial activities (functions). The reasons for organizing is more, the most important ones are division of labor, delegation of authority and responsibility, setting span of control and more. In terms of organizational structure, organizing means organization, creating order and system, i.e. defining the relationships between people, thus organizing people and other resources, processes, services, structures and systems within the organization. In terms of every day work of a manager it means proactive organizing of people work.

Organizing takes place in all types of organizations and its foundations form basic methods of organizing:

The history of organizing and key milestones, are described here.

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Last update: 10.06.2013
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