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Activities of Modern Office

The activities of a modern office may be summarized as follows

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Functions of General Office

The functions of these sections are given below

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Functions principal departments of modern office

The principal departments of modern office and their functions are briefly described below

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Principal departments of a modern office

Since the objective of the office is to provide clerical service to the operating or functional departments, some office work is invariably performed in the departments themselves.

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Essential Features and Assumptions

There are three main duties for the management: (1) to “develop a science” for each man's work in place of following rule-of-thumb, (2) to select and train the workmen, instead of letting them blindly choose their own work (or equally blindly appointing them to work), whether or not they are suited to it (3) to co-operate in a spirit of real leader-ship with the workers, industry being a shared (rather than an imposed) task.

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Scientific management

Scientific management is the application of efficiency methods of business organisations by taking into view the complete round of activities, observing and recording results with the object of fixing upon a “standard bet” at each stage; then making the results known as widely as possible so that each may know what is on record, and so that every worker's skill, experience, and observation may be available for his fellow-workers and the hole business; and also by adopting the educational methods and ideals.

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Area of responsibility of the administrative office manager

The area of responsibility of the administrative office manager may be summarized as follows

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Responsibilities of Administrative Office Manager

The scope of the responsibilities of the administrative office manager is more extensive than that of the traditional office manger.

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Administrative office management

In addition to the four basic functions, the office has also to perform several other auxiliary functions of vital importance.

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Qualification of the Office Manager

The qualifications which a successful office manager should possess may be grouped under three head-(a) Education and training, (b) experience, and (c) Personal Qualities.

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Functions of the Office Manager

There are many functions of the office manager

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Status of the Office Manager

Position of the office manager is of great importance. His position in the organisation is summed up below

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Office manger

This is an age of specialisation. People specialise in a fraction of total activity. In business, people specialise in production, transport, purchasing or selling.

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Three areas of Processes of office management

There are three areas of responsibility

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