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Methods of Administrative Control over Public Institutions and Effectiveness

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Authors:
  • Abd Al Kareem Al Qaisy, Ph.D. Stud, Affiliation: IOSUD-SDSE Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
Pages:  3 : 9
Abstract:

There are many methods of control in terms of their comprehensiveness and the accuracy of what these methods deal with, such as. The methods that the manager can use vary from traditional and general methods to precise and specialized methods. The control should not be detailed; otherwise, it is a way to waste the manager’s time in one part or function of the process. Administrative at the expense of other functions, and oversight should be an exception, i.e. the amount of information or data that is provided to the administration and to review the important deviations from the plans in place, as a basis for taking corrective measures, and the purpose is to reduce the number of details contained in the administrative reports and statistics to the extent possible about it take measures. The methods of control allow the management to hear the alarm, and on the contrary, the bell remains silent and the managers focus on the basic problems and important matters, so they present the problems that require management’s direction, and leave other problems to the subordinates to solve them, as the system of control by exception only works to warn about serious matters and is silent when things are It is running normally, and the control system, by exception, focuses on knowing deviations only, and it does not care about the details of the workflow. Examples of this type of control are looking at the status of the institution and the services it provides in the market, especially the quality of the goods produced and the demand for them compared to their counterparts, and the productivity of workers.

JEL classification:  M41

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