Relationship Between Controlling and Planning
Controlling and Planning are two separate functions of management, yet they are closely related. The scope of activities if both are overlapping to each other. Without the basis of planning, controlling activities become baseless and without controlling, planning becomes a meaningless exercise. In absence of controlling, no purpose can be served by. Therefore, planning and controlling reinforce each other.
“If you will be understood cover page? so didn’t explain the relationship between controlling and planning because a cover page is clear explained how to communicate the plan to control. First plan what to do, what not to do. Second how to do, how get to do, and whose to do? The plan without control does not work well. Management in a manager if follow the plan, so he is free to control all Superior lower level or employee”.
Know about Controlling; Take into account (an extraneous factor that might affect the results of an experiment).
Determine the behavior or supervise the running of.
Know about Planning; The control of urban development by a local government authority, from which a license must be obtained to build a new property or change an existing one.
Decide on and make arrangements for in advance.
Design or make a plan of (something to be made or built).
The process of making plans for something.
According to Billy Goetz, ” Relationship between the two can be summarized in the following points”.
The process of planning and controlling works on Systems Approach which is as follows
Planning → Results → Corrective Action
- Planning proceeds to control and controlling succeeds planning.
- Planning and controlling are inseparable functions of management.
- Activities are put on rails by planning and they are kept at right place through controlling.
- Planning and controlling are integral parts of an organization as both are important for smooth running of an enterprise.
- Planning and controlling reinforce each other. Each drives the other function of management.
In the present dynamic environment which affects the organization, the strong relationship between the two is very critical and important. In the present day environment, it is quite likely that planning fails due to some unforeseen events. There controlling comes to the rescue. Once controlling is done effectively, it gives us the stimulus to make better plans. Therefore, planning and controlling are inseparable functions of a business enterprise.
Notes: You will know about the deﬁnitions of all the seven Processes of Scientiﬁc Management; Planning, Organizing, Stafﬁng, Directing, Coordinating, Motivating, Controlling. Planning and Controlling important part of Scientiﬁc Management.