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Coursework Principles of managing a structural division of an organization

Authorship: Infostore

Year: 2016 | Pages: 34

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Relevance of the research topic. Management is a system of ways to influence the subject of management on the object to achieve a certain result.

The Russian economy during the period of the administrative-command system was characterized by an excessive level of centralization of management. During the reforms of the 1990s, the positive effects of large-scale production were lost, economic ties between enterprises collapsed, and the emerging trends of increasing decentralization did not fully manifest themselves. Currently, the heads of many domestic enterprises have realized the need to improve the management of structural divisions based on the search for the most rational combination of centralization and decentralization.

Most often, HR management is interpreted as the mobilization of employees by means of active work of managers. To do this, use the following approaches:

  • attitude to labor as a source of income of the enterprise;
  • creating space for each employee to work, so that he can make a personal contribution to the common cause;
  • active social policy.

The goal of personnel is the selection of competent and interested employees, the ability to retain them, and the improvement of professional training of employees.

HR management is a broader concept that includes the following:

  • approach to the employee as the main factor in the implementation of the company's goals;
  • attitude to a person as a source of income and investment items;
  • analysis of the company's human resource needs;
  • analysis of the situation with human resources in the external environment;
  • formation of the company's labor resources;
  • creating a system of interaction between employees and their relationships.

The structure of the management apparatus has a significant impact on the content and validity of decisions made, and therefore on the results of production. An excessive number of links in the management system lengthens the path of information and instructions, so the fewer steps in management, the more reliable and economical management, the more quickly production and other issues are solved.

The study of the management processes of a structural division of an organization is an important aspect.

Managing an organization involves understanding and forming a complete picture of its functioning, a business model that includes all structural divisions, based on analytical information. Systematic, rather than periodic use of such information, which reflects all aspects of the organization's activities for making management decisions, allows you to reduce the level of financial risks.

Structural divisions of the organization, as well as various business lines, often operate inconsistently (by function, product, territorial or other characteristics), which affects the effectiveness of the entire organization.

The effectiveness of business development and the achievement of the goals set in the organization largely depend on a well-established executive mechanism that links the results of the activities of structural divisions with the requirements of management. An important component of such a mechanism is the control and analysis of the activities of departments, as well as the reporting and responsibility of their managers for the results of their work. How to create and organize the activities of such a mechanism in the practice of managing an organization?

For an organization's business unit to work effectively, it is important to clearly define its functional responsibilities and responsibilities, as well as its relationships with other business units.

Each employee of the department should understand what is expected of him, what powers he has, what should be his relationship with other employees.

This is achieved with the help of a division diagram, supplemented by appropriate reference books (instructions), and the distribution of responsibilities.

Creation of various positions on functions of employees allows to achieve more effective management, necessary flexibility of the management of the organization in the period of expansion of its economic activity.

The purpose of the course work is to study the principles of management of the structural division of the organization (based on the materials of the enterprise SEC " Named after Ilyich")

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