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.
In the organization step, managers use the plans created in the planning phase to organize the execution of goals. Managers allocate responsibilities to various team members according to the skills, labor hours and job definition of each employee. Some employees receive authority to delegate additional responsibilities to other team members. This type of organization relieves undue burden from the primary management team and allows each department within a company to work more efficiently.
Last date updated on July, 2014