Directing – Function of Management

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9 06, 2018

Financial and Non-Financial Incentives

Financial incentives and non-financial incentives are used differently to motivate different levels of employees under different circumstances.
9 06, 2018

Maslow’s Theory of Motivation

Abraham H Maslow has explained his famous theory of motivation with the help of five types of human needs.
9 06, 2018

Leadership

All good leaders may not necessarily posses all the qualities of a good leader. It is not possible for any individual to have all the qualities. But a person possessing such qualities definitely helps a person in becoming a good leader.
9 06, 2018

Motivation

Motivation as an element of Directing contributes towards achievement of goals of the management by encouraging the employees for better performance.
9 06, 2018

Supervision

Supervision is the first element of Directing that contributes to putting the plans of management into action.
10 06, 2016

Different Types of Leadership Style

Leadership Style depends on the extent of authority given to the followers or the subordinates of the leader. It can be Autocratic, Free Rein or the middle path between these two extremes - Democratic style.
10 06, 2016

Communication as Element of Direction

Communication refers to the process by which a person (known as sender) transmits information or messages to another person (known as receiver).
11 02, 2016

Directing – Questions

Q Which managerial function is the most activating function? Q What do you mean by directing? Q What are the elements of directing? Q Explain the characteristics of directing. Q How is directing a continuous process?
11 02, 2016

Directing – Features and Importance

Directing is the fourth function of management in the managerial process. It is the most activating function as it is concerned with putting all plans and resources into action.
11 02, 2016

Principles of Directing

Principles of Directing are the basic guidelines to make the directing effective so as to achieve the organisational goals.
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