Organizing functions of management

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IntroductionOrganization is paramount in any company or organization but is of particular importance in today's business world. Companies that are a success are in a perpetual cycle of organization to ensure that their operations and procedures are designed in such a way as to maximize efficiency and productivity. Disorganization can lead to disastrous results via wasted efforts, lost productivity and employee disdain at redundant tasks and processes. In this paper I will explore the organization function of management in relation to resources at Geico Insurance Company and how the organization function of management relates to several key areas.

.Organization in Relation to Human ResourcesHuman Resources are an important aspect to any company. Management's performance in human resources will dictate whether or not a company will be successful in the long run by staffing themselves with the right people for the right positions. Many companies and their managers feel the pressure to be fully staffed and hire people without really evaluating their potential for quality work as well as being a good fit for the environment the managers wish the office to have.

Geico has experienced staffing issues recently because they are committed to maintaining a certain standard of quality when offering a position to a new employee and are unwilling to just settle for the ordinary.

Managers at Geico have to carefully observe their respective employees and determine if they need additional people and if they do the managers must evaluate the different personalities they manage and what type of person would fill the open position successfully. One of the wisest methods a manager can undertake is to set their employees up to succeed not only as individuals but also as a team.

The objective of organization is to set up relationships and procedures in which employees can...