In the online article, 'Management Function of Organizing:
Overview of Methods,' posted by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD, the organizing function in management is the process of building relationships among functions, materiel, and people for a common purpose. The reason why this function is created, is to help distinguish things like, who is involved with certain projects and why, who needs resources and when, and what are certain relationships between people, places, and things. In order for the organizing function to work in an organization these five elements must be followed; identify tasks, establish structure, fit people to tasks, establish relationships, and allocate resources.
When an organization focuses on identifying their tasks, it can help describe what people should do to reach the companies objectives. This can also help eliminate cost, and resources used on tasks that are not necessary on reaching goals. Companies establish structure, by implementing these tasks and the functions needed to accomplish them, by documentation and position descriptions.
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