Organizations are systems created to achieve common goals through people-to-people and people-to-work relationships. They are essentially social entities that are goal- directed, deliberately structured for coordinated activity systems, and is linked to the external environment. Organizations are made up of people and their relationships with one another. Managers deliberately structure and coordinate organizational resources to achieve the organization’s purpose.
Each organization has its own external and internal environments that define the nature of the relationships according to its specific needs. Organizing is the function that managers undertake to design, structure, and arrange the components of an organization’s internal environment to facilitate attainment of organizational goals.
Organizing creates the framework needed to reach a company’s objectives and goals.
Organizing is the process of defining and grouping activities, and establishing authority relationships among them to attain organizational objectives.