Organising involves a series of steps in order to achieve the desired goals. explain these steps.

Steps in the process of organising as follows:

1. Identification and division of work: The first step in organising processes to identify and dividing the total work to be done into small activities/ jobs so that each employee gets a separate and distinct task. It helps to avoid duplication of efforts and resources.

2. Departmentalization:
After dividing the work into smaller activities the next step is to group similar and related jobs together and put them under one department. Search grouping of jobs is known as departmentalization. Departments can be created on the basis of products, functions, and territory.

3. Assignment of duties to job positions:
After grouping various jobs into departments it is necessary to assign duties to each employee working in different departments on the basis of his knowledge, skill, and qualifications. There should be a proper match between the nature of a job and the ability of an individual.

4. Establishing reporting relationships: After passing duties the next step is to define the authority and responsibility matching to each job. Where two or more persons work together for a common objective each individual should know who has to take orders and to whom he is accountable. It means there is a need to create superior-subordinate relationships.

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