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The management process is essentially a process of coordinating and directing individuals and groups' efforts to achieve certain objectives. Many of the management scholars believe that the management problem nowadays is the communications problem, i.e., the problem of provision of data and information necessary for the management process. They also confirm that information creates the connection, followed by taking decisions including the supervision, therefore, it is one of the most important means of management to achieve the foundation's objectives.
The availability of correct and proper information at the right time is one of the elements of modern management and its movements which is primarily based on the movement of information and communication technology which recently appeared, following World War II, and evolved in the 1960s. Due to that rapid development, the nature of management has changed. The objective of the management was to set goals for workers to achieve, set rules and regulations to follow, design a top to bottom "hierarchism", set controls and inspect implementation.
While today's goal of management is to provoke the enthusiasm of workers, allow their innovative capabilities, search for future visions and common hopes, and form common values and convictions that give them wide powers to adapt to contemporary conditions.
The aim of this movement is to reduce uncertainty as much as possible, through the analysis if elements effecting decisions, the design of systems and taking advantage of computers and the means of information circulation and processing. If information is incomplete, inappropriate, and relatively old, the value of the managerial decisions based on it, will lose its meaning and essence.

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The management process is essentially a process of coordinating and directing individuals and groups' efforts to achieve certain objectives. Many of the management scholars believe that the management problem nowadays is the communications problem, i.e., the problem of provision of data and information necessary for the management process. They also confirm that it is information that creates the connection, followed by decisions taken including on control. Therefore, information is one of the most important means of management to achieve the foundation's objectives.

The availability of correct, proper and timely information is one of the elements of modern management and its dynamics, which is primarily based on the movement of information and communication technology which recently appeared, following World War II, and gained momentum in the 1960s. Due to that rapid development in technology, the nature of management has changed. The objective of the management had been to set goals for workers to achieve, set rules and regulations to follow, design a top to bottom "hierarchy", set controls and inspect implementation.

Today's goal of management is to motivate workers, give them space for innovation, search for future visions and common hopes, and form common values and convictions that give workers wide powers to adapt to contemporary conditions.

The aim of this movement is to minimize uncertainty by analysing elements effecting decisions, designing systems and taking advantage of computers and the means of information circulation and processing. If information is incomplete, inappropriate, or relatively outdated, the value of the managerial decisions based on it will lose its meaning and essence.

Second Round of Edit
Management is essentially the coordination and direction of individuals and groups toward certain goals. Management scholars generally believe that the main problem facing management today is the communication problem, i.e., providing data and information necessary for management. In addition, they maintain that it is information that creates the link, followed by decisions made, including those regarding control. The provision of information is therefore one of the most important means of achieving a foundation's objectives.

Availability of correct, timely, and accurate information is one of the fundamental elements of modern management, which is primarily driven by advancements in information and communication technology. Information provision has become an essential component of management since the end of World War II, gaining momentum in the 1960s. Due to the rapid development of technology, management has undergone a complete transformation. Previously, management aimed to set goals for workers to achieve, establish rules and regulations, design a top-down hierarchy, establish controls, and inspect implementation.

Today's managers strive to motivate their employees, provide them with opportunities for innovation, find a common vision and hopes for the future, and develop shared values and convictions that will allow them to adapt to changing circumstances. The ultimate goal is to minimize uncertainty by analyzing the factors that affect decisions, designing systems, and taking advantage of computers for information dissemination and processing. However, when information is incomplete, inaccurate, or relatively outdated, the value of managerial decisions based on it will be diminished.

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In its essence, management refers to the process of coordinating and directing the efforts of individuals and groups toward the achievement of a common goal. In management literature, scholars suggest that today's problem with management is primarily related to communication. This emphasizes the importance of providing data and information essential for management to function efficiently. Particular emphasis is placed on the fact that information creates communication, and as a result, decisions are made, including those pertaining to such management functions as control. Thus, information is an important management tool for achieving an institution's goals. Modern management relies heavily on accurate, appropriate, and timely information, which plays a key role in its dynamics. Modern management focuses in essence on the trends of information and communication technology which emerged in the aftermath of World War II, and became more evident and more important in the 1960s. Due to the rapid development of information and communication technologies, management has been reshaped. Traditionally, management involved setting goals for workers to achieve, devising rules and regulations to govern their performance, and designing a bottom-to-top hierarchy to ensure proper performance.

Management has today become more concerned with motivating workers and allowing them to develop their creative and innovative skills. By fostering an environment in which workers can express future visions, express common hopes, and form such common values and convictions, they will eventually be able to stay current.

The objective of this shift would be to reduce uncertainty to the greatest extent possible by addressing and analysing factors that affect decision-making, designing systems, and using computer technology and other means of handling and processing information. Conversely, if information were incomplete, inaccurate or relatively outdated, managerial decisions would lose their essence, relevance, and reliability.

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