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Six Functions of Management

There are six functions of management. Understanding your organization, or one of which you are familiar, is there one function that is more important than the others? Or, are they all equally important? Support your answer.

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The six functions of management are planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordination, reporting, and budgeting. At my place of business, or really any place of business, each of these functions are equally important for managing. A manager must plan. This means he or she must look forward and ...

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This solution discusses which of the six functions of management is more important than others, or if they are all equally important.