Organizational management is a common management style for modern small businesses. The organizational method allows managers to break down the entire operation of a department into several phases. Dividing operational functions into sections allows management to obtain a clear picture of what the goals of a department are and how to implement the goals most effectively. It also allows managers to respond rapidly to factors that affect the internal or external expectations of company.
The applications of Organizational management develop the entire organization. Human Resource Management is directed mainly at management needs for human resources (not necessarily employees) to be provided and deployed. There is greater emphasis on planning, monitoring and control, rather than of problem-solving and mediation. It is totally identified with management interest, being a general management activity and is relatively distant from the workforce as a whole. Technology has affected human resource management in a number of ways. With many functions to track and huge amounts of information to process frequently and accurately, human resource executives have turned to information technology (IT) to help them meet their organization's information needs.
Last date updated on July, 2014