By the following techniques the manager can achieve coordination:
He should ensure that his subordinates and their work are related with other individuals and groups.
Good organization itself is a good device to accomplish coordination. Good organization means proper grouping of activities, clearly defined jobs and duties, clear-cut delegation of authority, distinct correlation between different divisions, and a well directed system of responsibilities.
3. Written Communication
Written Communication is very useful and effective to achieve coordination. Written Communication includes letter, memos, reports, bulletins, policies, procedures, programs, and other plans.
4. Group meetings
Group meetings are conscious efforts to accomplish a high quality of coordination. Its purpose is to facilitating unification and relating the efforts of various groups and departments.
5. Liaison Officer
Like supervisor, liaison officer is a good medium for achieving coordination. A liaison officer is appointed to unify departmental and group activities. He keeps in touch with all departments and convey necessary information to them.
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