Management Function of Organizing: Overview of Methods

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    Management Function of Organizing: Overview of Methods

    Assembled by Carter McNamara, MBA,
    PhD

    This topis is in regard to the management function of organizing resources.
    Organizing can be viewed as the activities to collect and configure resources
    in order to implement plans in a highly effective and efficient fashion. Organizing
    is a broad set of activities, and often considered one of the major functions
    of management. Therefore, there are a wide variety of topics in organizing.
    The following are some of the major types of organizing required in a business
    organization.

    Sections of This Topic Include

    Organizing Yourself (your office, files, etc.)
    Organizing / Designing Tasks, Jobs or Roles
    Organizing Staff
    and Your Office

    Organizing Various Types of Groups
    Organizing Communities (typically a nonprofit goal)
    Are You Personally Ready for New Venture?
    Guidelines to Reorganize
    a Current Organization

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    Principles and Guidelines for Organizational Design

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    Organizing Yourself and Your Office

    Setting
    Up Office Facilities (this section is in “Facilities Management”)

    Organizing
    Yourself (this subtopic is in “Personal Productivity”)

    You Can Do It: No Fail Ways to Finally Get Yourself Organized
    How
    to Build Your Dream Office

    Also consider
    Personal
    Development

    Personal
    Productivity

    Personal
    Wellness

    Organizing a Task, Job or Role

    Task
    and Job Analysis

    Job
    Description

    Employee
    Performance Planning (the overall process ensures ongoing, effective
    organizing)

    Time
    Management

    Organizing Various Groups of People and Organizations

    Committees
    of Boards of Directors

    Committees
    in general

    Meetings
    Teams
    Facilitation
    Organization Charts as a Management Tool

    Also consider
    Guidelines, Methods and Resources for Organizational Change Agents
    Organizational
    Performance

    Community Organizing

    THE
    CITIZEN’S HANDBOOK

    Organizer’s
    Online Toolkit

    Community Assessments
    Association for
    Community Organization

    Citizen’s
    Handbook

    4
    Ways to Instill The Power of One

    Sue Hoechstetter
    on Resources for Evaluating Community Organizing


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