Importance of the Organizational Management...

Importance of the Organizational Management Organizations are parts in the society structure. They are part of the community in which they function. They exist for fulfilling the specific needs of the society as well as for satisfying some of the societal purpose. Hence, it is important that the organizations function successfully so that they can fulfill the tasks for which they are set up. They are to effectively and efficiently fulfill those needs of the society for which they have come into existence. Management, in turn, is an important part of the organization. It has no function in itself, indeed, no existence in itself. Management separated from the organization it serves is not a management. Management does not function efficiently and effectively when it becomes bureaucratic, or when it start serving some special interests in the society or when it fails in making the organization to function successfully so that it can fulfill the tasks for which it has been set up. Such a management has misconceived itself as an end and the organization as a means. This is a degenerative disease to which managements are prone, and especially those managements which do not stand under the discipline of the market test. The prime objective of an effective management is to prevent this disease to arrest it, and, if get caught in the disease then it is better to get cured. The existence of the management in the organization is since there is a necessity for it to fulfill certain tasks. The success of the management is determined by how they fulfill these tasks. These tasks are three in number, equally important but essentially different, which management has to perform to enable the organization in its charge to efficiently function and to make its...