Planning is Looking Ahead is true because it contributes
heavily to success and gives us some control over the
future. By, planning we set aside our tasks and deadlines
so we can enlarge our mental focus and seeing the bigger
picture. By, planning we can set our Personal or
organizational goals and for this defiantly we have to look
But, Planning is not ending with such strategies or
guidelines. It has relation with Implementation and
controls. Because plans are not always proceed as
conceived. The control process measures progress towards
goal attainment and indicate corrective action if too much
deviation is detected.
Controlling investigates whether planning was successful.
Controlling referred to as terminal management function,
takes place after the other functions have been completed.
And for this process we have to look back and have to
analyze the performance of our planning, organizing and
leading. And therefore we have to look back also.
So, yes we can say Control is looking back for
Investigation, Analysis, and Understandings and for
checking our effectiveness and efficiency.
yes, planning is looking ahead,bacause we never think or
plan about our present or past.past has gone and present
that we are living,so we just think and plan about our
future so we can say that planning is the name of looking
and walking ahead.
but we,forever control the things what we have done and
the things and prosseses which are running.we never say
that we are controlling our future prosses,because we can't
do work on our future prosseses.so it's just a prosses of
Planning looks future of organization and makes policy for
present situation of organization. If we secure present
future will also balanced automatically.
Control is only for maintain 3M (Man,Money,Machinery) every
firm wants to increase its resource than previous so they
always looks back and makes controlling system stronger.
Other Business Management AllOther Interview Questions
Explain the purpose of an (infocube/cube) and dimensions.
How do two components relate to each other? Why is it
important to identify an organisation’s key performance
indicators before developing a BI solution?
How would you describe yourself?*
(In answer, you should write in not more than 200 words
addressing your personal qualities,strengths,weaknesses and
activities that intertest you. you may also like to touch
upon what your parents and friends think of you.)