arranging work activities in such a way as to achieve the objectives established by planning. Page 25
concerned with determining how the business' work can be effectively accomplished (p. 61)
That portion of a manager's job concerned with mobilizing the necessary resources to complete a particular task.
People working together to achieve a goal. Within the TAA, we use organizing to refer to many things, including: signing up new members to the union; gathering information about the interests and concerns of members; talking with members to turn out to a membership or department meeting, bargaining session, volunteer night, or rally; planning and holding a rally or event; distributing information through flyers or leaflets; and working with other unions to gain stronger contracts. The only way we gain and maintain good contracts is through organizing
the process of establishing the orderly use of resources by assigning and coordinating tasks.
Process of arranging resources to carry out the organization's plans.
A management function that includes designing the structure of the organization and creating conditions and systems in which everyone and everything work together to achieve the organization's goals and objectives.
Management activity that identifies and combines resources so that company goals and objectives can be reached. 13.32