Posted by Crystal Singh 1 year, 9 months ago
(i) Interpreting Policies: At this level, policies framed by top-level managers are interpreted. Like the marketing manager introduces his salesmen to the sales policy of the company that at no cost credit sales will be made.
(ii) Preparing Organisational Set-up: Every middle-level manager prepares outline of his respective department in accordance with the objectives of the organisation.
(iii) Appointing Employees: Every departmental manager appoints employees to fulfill the activities of his department.
(iv) Issuing Instructions: Departmental managers direct their subordinates about what to do and how they have to do it. Needful resources are made available to subordinates so that they can do the assigned jobs uninterrupted.
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