A
Presentation
On
Formal Vs. Informal organization…
{Principles Of Management}
Our group
members:-
Anshuman Narayan
Bajpai…
Gulshan Ku. Pattnaik…
Shubham Agrawal…
Debashish Sarkar…
Amit Popat…
What is Organization…???
Organizing, or the process of
organization, is a function of
identifying,classifying,grouping ...
Formal Organization…
Formal organization refers
to the structure of jobs and
positions with clearly defined
functions ...
According to Allen,
"The formal organization is a
system of well-defined jobs, each bearing
a definite measure of
auth...
Features:-
• It is deliberately created…
• Clearly defined responsibility and
authority...
• Delegation of authority… ...
Informal Organization…
Informal organization refers to
the relationship between people in
the organisation based on
at...
According to Keith Davis,
”A Network of personal and social
relations not established or required by the
formal organis...
Features:-
• Born spontaneously…
• Informal relationship…
• No organisation charts…
• No written rules, regulations,
...
Distinguish Between,
Formal & Informal
OrFogramanl ization
Organization
• It signifies
official
relationships
of th...
Formal Organization Informal Organization
• It emphasises
positions in
terms of
authority and
functions.
• It follow...
Formal Organization Informal Organization
• It is controlled
by
management.
• It can be
abolished by
management.
• ...
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  • 1. A Presentation On Formal Vs. Informal organization… {Principles Of Management}
  • 2. Our group members:- Anshuman Narayan Bajpai… Gulshan Ku. Pattnaik… Shubham Agrawal… Debashish Sarkar… Amit Popat…
  • 3. What is Organization…??? Organizing, or the process of organization, is a function of identifying,classifying,grouping & assigning various activities necessary to achieve objectives and prescribing ORGANIZATION authority relationships in the enterprise. FORMAL INFORMAL
  • 4. Formal Organization… Formal organization refers to the structure of jobs and positions with clearly defined functions and relationships.
  • 5. According to Allen, "The formal organization is a system of well-defined jobs, each bearing a definite measure of authority,resposibility & accountability. The whole is consciously designed to enable the people of the Enterprise to work most effectively together in accomplishing their objectives.”
  • 6. Features:- • It is deliberately created… • Clearly defined responsibility and authority... • Delegation of authority… • Unity of command… • Promotion is from bottom to top… • Impersonal relationship… • Position is supreme…
  • 7. Informal Organization… Informal organization refers to the relationship between people in the organisation based on attitudes, emotions, likes and dislikes,etc.
  • 8. According to Keith Davis, ”A Network of personal and social relations not established or required by the formal organisation but arising spontaneously as people associate with one another.”
  • 9. Features:- • Born spontaneously… • Informal relationship… • No organisation charts… • No written rules, regulations, procedures… • Universal in nature… • Relativity unstable… • Emphasises people and relations…
  • 10. Distinguish Between, Formal & Informal OrFogramanl ization Organization • It signifies official relationships of the employees positions and the jobs pertaining to their positions. • It results from clearly defined relationships of authority, Informal Organization • It signifies non-official & personal relationship in an enterprise. • Its develops outside formal organisation without any defined behavior pattern and set relationships.
  • 11. Formal Organization Informal Organization • It emphasises positions in terms of authority and functions. • It follows the official chain of command since it is based on delegated authority. .Formal authority attaches to a • It emphasises on people and their relationships. • It does not follow the chain of command because power under it is earned or given permissively by group members. • Informal authority attaches to a
  • 12. Formal Organization Informal Organization • It is controlled by management. • It can be abolished by management. • It is not subject to management control. • It cannot be abolished by the management.