The Four Functions of Management Essay

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The Four Functions of Management

Management is the process of working with other and capital to achieve organizational goals. Also management is defining as creative problem solving. This creative problem solving is accomplished through the four functions of management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The intended result is the use of an organization's resources in a way that finish its mission and objectives. Every good manager, supervisor or leader does those tings both effectively and efficiently.
At the present time in MEDDAC-Japan the organization in which I am employ, is working to reorganize some the way they offers services to the military community. Very interesting it is to see as the four functions of management
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The manager or leader is prepared to organize and lead only after every objective and every plan to reach the goals are in position. Planning is important at all levels of management.
As part of the re-organization they were established some objectives and goals. Planning was a fundamental function to be able to reach the goal. Some of the objectives and goals are improve the accuracy of patient identification, improve the safety of using medication and reduce the time in every medical transportation and EMS call. Analyzing the information recompiled in the last 3 years and studying many situations we could establish a plan of action where we can interact better with the hospitals in Japan.
Organizing is assembling and coordinating the human, financial, physical, informational, and other resources needed to achieve goals. Also is establishing the internal organizational structure of the business. The focus is on division, coordination, and control of tasks and the flow of information inside the organization. Managers, leader and supervisors hand out responsibility and authority to there subordinate in this function of management. Organizing activities include:
1.     attracting people to the organization
2.     specifying job responsibilities
3.     assemblage jobs into work units
4.     collect and distribute resources

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