four functions of management

Definition

The set of core activities that defines the role of managers in a business environment. The four functions of management include planning, or deciding upon business goals and the methods to achieve them; organizing, or determining the best allocation of people and resources; directing, or motivating, instructing, and supervising workers assigned to the activity; and control, or analyzing metrics during business activities to ensure completion of tasks and identify areas for improvement.

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