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Nature of Management - Nature of Control

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d. Congruent: They must be consistent with the need for and ability to obtain precision in measurement. For example, employee morale may be described as good or bad but

is not precisely quantifiable.

e. Timely: Outdated information is inappropriate.

f. Simple: Control should be understandable to people using it.

g. Operational: Controls should be relevant to a planned result and not just interesting.

9. Control has been facilitated by improvements in information technology and reductions in its cost, which have made real-time information common, e.g., airline reservation systems, retail point-of-sale systems, and production-line status systems.

10. Continuous process: It starts right when the plan has been initiated to the time

that end of the process it facilitates analysis and revision of depending upon external forces, plans and internal influence

11. Co-ordinated and Integrated function: Although data collected for the

purpose may differ from those collected for another purpose these data

should be reconcilable with one another. Controls ensure that the

organisation units are in the same direction and wave length in the implementation of its plans to achieve the overall organizational goal and objectives

12. Control is forward looking :Whatever has happened and the manager can take corrective action only of the future operations. Past is relevant to suggest what has gone wrong and how to correct the future

13. Control is goal oriented and hence positive: Control ensures that the organisation does not veer off track. The controlling has positive purpose both for the organization(to make things happen ) and individuals(to give up a part of their independence for the attainment of organizational goals)


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