Overview of the Management Function of Organizing
Assembled by Carter McNamara, MBA,
This topic is in regard to the management function of organizing resources.
Organizing can be viewed as the activities to collect and configure resources
in order to implement plans in a highly effective and efficient fashion. Organizing
is a broad set of activities and is often considered one of the major functions
of management. Therefore, there are a wide variety of topics in organizing.
The following are some of the major types of organizing required in a business
Sections of This Topic Include
Organizing Yourself (your office, files, etc.)
Organizing / Designing Tasks, Jobs, or Roles
and Your Office
Organizing Various Types of Groups
Organizing Communities (typically a nonprofit goal)
Are You Personally Ready for New Venture?
Guidelines to Reorganize
a Current Organization
Learn More in the Library’s Blogs Related to Organizing
In addition to the articles on this current page, see the following blogs which
have posts related to Organizing. Scan down the blog’s page to see various posts.
Also, see the section “Recent Blog Posts” in the sidebar of the blog
or click on “next” near the bottom of a post in the blog.
Organizing Yourself and Your Office
Up Office Facilities (this section is in “Facilities Management”)
Yourself (this subtopic is in “Personal Productivity”)
You Can Do It: No-Fail Ways to Finally Get Yourself Organized
to Build Your Dream Office
Organizing a Task, Job or Role
Organizing Various Groups of People and Organizations
Ways to Instill The Power of One
on Resources for Evaluating Community Organizing
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