Core management functions

    In management, core management functions are a concept that advances the view that management work consists of four primary activities: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The first model was proposed in the 1960s by American educational psychologist Herbert A. Simon. It is also known as the management foundation. Functional specialization is at the heart of modern organizations. By focusing on the core processes of an organization, they can decide where to invest their resources and who should do what tasks.

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