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FUNDAMENTALS OF 
ORGANIZING, ITS 
NATURE, IMPORTANCE AND 
PROCESS
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FUNDAMENTALS OF 
ORGANIZING, ITS 
NATURE, IMPORTANCE AND 
PROCESS
WHAT IS ORGANIZING?
"Organization is the process of
identifying and grouping of the
works to be performed, defining
and delegating responsibility
and authority and establishing
relationships for the purpose of
enabling people to work most
efficiently".
- Louis A. Allen
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FUNDAMENTALS OF 
ORGANIZING, ITS 
NATURE, IMPORTANCE AND 
PROCESS
WHAT IS ORGANIZING?
"Organization is the process of
identifying and grouping of the
works to be performed, defining
and delegating responsibility
and authority and establishing
relationships for the purpose of
enabling people to work most
efficiently".
- Louis A. Allen
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF 
ORGANIZING:
? DIFFERENTIATION: It means that an organization is
composed of units that work on specialized tasks using
different work methods and requiring employees with
unique competencies.
? INTEGRATION: It means that the various units must
be put back together so that work is coordinated.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF 
ORGANIZING, ITS 
NATURE, IMPORTANCE AND 
PROCESS
WHAT IS ORGANIZING?
"Organization is the process of
identifying and grouping of the
works to be performed, defining
and delegating responsibility
and authority and establishing
relationships for the purpose of
enabling people to work most
efficiently".
- Louis A. Allen
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF 
ORGANIZING:
? DIFFERENTIATION: It means that an organization is
composed of units that work on specialized tasks using
different work methods and requiring employees with
unique competencies.
? INTEGRATION: It means that the various units must
be put back together so that work is coordinated.
NATURE OF ORGANIZING:
5. Communication
6. Central Authority
7. Rules & Regulations
8. Dynamic Element
1. Group of Persons
2. Common Objectives
3. Division of Work
4. Cooperative Efforts
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FUNDAMENTALS OF 
ORGANIZING, ITS 
NATURE, IMPORTANCE AND 
PROCESS
WHAT IS ORGANIZING?
"Organization is the process of
identifying and grouping of the
works to be performed, defining
and delegating responsibility
and authority and establishing
relationships for the purpose of
enabling people to work most
efficiently".
- Louis A. Allen
FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF 
ORGANIZING:
? DIFFERENTIATION: It means that an organization is
composed of units that work on specialized tasks using
different work methods and requiring employees with
unique competencies.
? INTEGRATION: It means that the various units must
be put back together so that work is coordinated.
NATURE OF ORGANIZING:
5. Communication
6. Central Authority
7. Rules & Regulations
8. Dynamic Element
1. Group of Persons
2. Common Objectives
3. Division of Work
4. Cooperative Efforts
NATURE OF ORGANIZATION:
? Group of Persons: An organization is a group of people
working together for the achievement of common
objectives. The group may be large or small. An
organization is a system of cooperative relationships of
two or more persons.
? Common Objectives: Every organization has a common
objectives distinct from personal objectives of the
members. The common goal is the basis of cooperation
among the members. The objectives of the organization are
usually are made explicit
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