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  1. Meaning of an organization
  2. Organization structure and its functions
  3. Forms of organization
  4. Differences between formal and informal organization
  5. Importance of organization
  6. Objectives of an organization
  7. Quality policy
  8. General objectives of the quality policy
  9. The central guiding principles of an organization
  10. Organizational charts

According to J. D. MOONEY, "Organization is a process of dividing and combining effort of working group of making such joint efforts more productive. Effective and fruitful organization allocates duties to the managerial staff. It adds certainly and promptness to the work to be done. It avoids gaps and overlapping functions. It ensures teamwork. Organization thus, is a framework for fulfillment of common aims".

"Organization is the form of every human association for the purpose of attaining common objective".

According to A. P. STRONG, "Organization is the process of integrating into a coordinated structure of activities required to achieve the objective of an enterprise, stating this structure with qualified; competent personnel's and supplying them with physical factor necessary to perform their functions". Therefore, he clearly indicates that the organization is nothing but a process of integrating the efforts of men and materials for the accomplishment of set objectives.

[...] DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FORMAL AND INFORMAL ORGANIZATION POINT OF ANALYSIS FORMAL ORGANIZATION INFORMAL ORGANIZATION Structure Planned, Rational, and Stable Spontaneous, Emotional and Dynamic Goals Profit/Service to society Member Satisfaction Focus Job Role Authority Positional, flows top down Depends on persons flows Bottom-top Communication Well defined, formal routes and flow of information one way and often slow unspecified Grapevine channels, flow of information one way and often slow Control system Promotions and demotions based on performance Norms regulate behavior Behavior Rules and regulations govern behavior Work group norms, values govern behavior IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION Once Mr. [...]

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