organising as a management function
ARE YOU REQUIRED TO PRIORITISE WORK AND TIME MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR WORKPLACE TEAMS? IS CONDUCTING MEETINGS IMPORTANT IN YOUR INTERACTIONS?
Combining people, work and resources
Finding ways to achieve what has been planned
Your role as a leader is to practice the 4 functions of Management towards the attainment of organisational objectives. Organising is aligning resources available to you, both human and material, in a way that gives you the best possible outcome. This includes:
- Identifying and grouping the work to be done
- Defining and determining responsibility and authority for each role
- Establishing relationships between various roles
- Establishing rules, policies and procedures for people in their roles or functions
How do you create and maintain relationships between human, material, financial and information resources?
Organisation as a management function seeks to answer that question, as well as which resources are to be used for the specified activities; when, where and how. If you are not sure if you have these skills then ask yourself…
If you are not able to answer these questions positively,
then you may need to develop these skills through this learning programme.
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What you will learn
This Learning Programme will enable you to demonstrate knowledge and skill in the management function of organising to achieve plans and outcomes set.
WE WILL ENABLE YOU TO:
Create, implement, prioritise and maintain a personal and team task list
Use and maintain a diary
Prepare for and conduct a meeting
Deal with differing views in a meeting
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