This paper explains that the organizing function of management that impacts human resources and knowledge may strongly impact an organization's success. The organizing function of management in relation to human resources considers mission and service member needs, develops personnel organizational charts, incorporates internal and external factors and establishes goals for day-to-day management. It shows how the organizing function of management in a knowledge management scenario is focused closely on understanding and identifying command's and service member needs. It concludes that organizing function is especially important, as failure in identifying knowledge management issues can be devastating to the mission success of my command.
Organizing is the management function concerned with gathering or sorting the resources necessary to achieve the organization's objectives, establishing the authority relationships of the organization, and creating the organizational structure. Planning has established the goals of my command and how they are to be achieved; organizing develops the structure to achieve these goals.
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