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How to make an organization more successful and effectiveBY: Deena David | Category: Business and Finance | Post Date: 2009-07-25
An organization is run by humans. So, for the organization to be effective and successful, the people who are running the organization should be good leaders. There are also certain principles to be followed if the organization is to be effective. Adhering to the principles listed below will make an organization more successful in its activities and increase the profitability.
The various principles for an organization to be effective and successful are:
1. Overall objective: The whole organization and every part of it including all the employees working in the organization should work towards achieving the objectives of the hospital.
2. Co-ordination: No one in the organization should work in isolation. Each and every person in the organization should work towards a common goal. Team effort is very important. This will arise only with good inter-personal relations between all the employees. If the people in the organization do not work together, then there will be chaos in the organization.
3. Control: There is a need for supervision in the hospital. The control of too many people by a single person is not possible. So delegation of responsibilities is very important. The hierarchy should be maintained and the people should work to achieve the goals of the organization. Each employee must know who they will be reporting to. No employee should be answerable to two people.
4. Job description: The duties, responsibilities, authority and relationships of each person working in the organization should be defined clearly. This should be made known to every person concerned. This will help in allocating the right job for the right person. It will help in efficiency of each worker. Correct job description will also limit clashes and conflicts between employees.
5. Changes: The organization must evolve according to the changes that are happening in the community and society. This will help the organization to keep pace and become better. Changes happen all the time. When changes occur, the organization should be able to work according to the changes. Though change may be difficult for people to accept, but for profitability to increase and the organization to be successful, changes for the better functioning should happen all the time.
6. Responsibility: Each person in the organization should take responsibility for the work that they are required to do. A superior officer is responsible for the acts of his subordinates. This will ensure that there is good control of the employees. This will ultimately help the organization to be more successful and effective.
These are the principles that need to be followed if an organization has to be successful and effective.
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