Principles of Management
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Management is the need of any organization that requires being efficient and achieving its goals. The principles of management have four basic functions – planning, organizing, leading and controlling. In simple way without these principles of management nobody achieve the aims and handle any situations in any organization. The classic theory on the principles of management was written by Henri Fayol have 14 principles of management.

In this book of Principles of Management learn essential principles for current business through steps by steps of strategy planning, leadership, entrepreneurship, vision and values, strategizing, organizational culture and communication in organizations.

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