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- planning (decision making, selection of resources, formulating of goals and objectives, etc.)
- organizing (coordination, communication, improvement of personnel, deployment, etc.)
- motivating (encouraging, issuing commands, ordering, personnel policy, inspiring, encouraging, etc.)
- controlling (monitoring, measurement, reporting, etc.).
Other authors propose different five functions of management:
- planning - looking ahead and preparing resources
- organizing - preparing people and resources
- commanding - motivation people, making decision
- coordinating - creating place for efficient processes
- controlling - making sure that goal was achieved, and results attained
- Koontz, H., & O'Donnell, C. (1964). Principles of management: an analysis of managerial functions, McGraw-Hill.
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