Presentation on theme: "Functions of Management"— Presentation transcript:
1 Functions of Management PlanningStaffingOrganizingControllingDirectingFunctions of Management
2 Objectives List the Various Functions of Management Explain the Planning Function of ManagementExplain the Steps in Planning FunctionList the Characteristics of PlanningExplain the Staffing Function of ManagementExplain the Steps involved in Staffing ProcessExplain the Steps in Manpower PlanningExplain the Steps of Employee Selection ProcessExplain the Methods of TrainingDescribe the Methods of Employee RemunerationExplain the Steps of Organizing Function ProcessDescribe the Principles of OrganizingList the Features of Controlling FunctionExplain the Steps of the Controlling ProcessList the Characteristics of Direction Function
3 Staffing Function of Management The managerial function of staffing involves manning the organization structure through proper and effective selection, appraisal and development of the personnel to fill the roles assigned to the employers/workforce.According to Theo Haimann, “Staffing pertains to recruitment, selection, development and compensation of subordinates.”
4 Nature of Staffing Function Staffing is an important managerial function: Staffing function is the most important managerial act along with planning, organizing, directing and controlling. The operations of these four functions depend upon the manpower which is available through staffing function.Staffing is a pervasive activity: As staffing function is carried out by all mangers and in all types of concerns where business activities are carried out.Nature of Staffing FunctionThe following are the nature of staffing function:Staffing is a continuous activity: This is because staffing function continues throughout the life of an organization due to the transfers and promotions that take place.
5 Steps involved in Staffing Process The following are the steps involved in the staffing process:1Manpower Requirements2Recruitment3Selection4Orientation and Placement5Training and Development6Remuneration7Performance Evaluation8Promotion and TransferLet us look at each in detail.
6 Orientation and Placement The following are the steps involved in the staffing process:Orientation and Placement:Once screening takes place, the appointed candidates are made familiar to the work units and work environment through the orientation programs. Placement takes place by putting the right man on the right job.1Manpower Requirements2Recruitment3Selection4Orientation and Placement4Orientation and Placement5Training and Development6Remuneration7Performance Evaluation8Promotion and TransferLet us look at each in detail.
7 Performance Evaluation The following are the steps involved in the staffing process:Performance Evaluation:Performance Evaluation is used in order to keep a track or record of the behavior, attitudes as well as opinions of the workers towards their jobs. For this regular assessment is done to evaluate and supervise different work units in a concern. It is basically concerned with knowing the development cycle and growth patterns of the employees in a firm.1Manpower Requirements2Recruitment3Selection4Orientation and Placement5Training and Development6Remuneration7Performance Evaluation7Performance Evaluation8Promotion and TransferLet us look at each in detail.
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