Management, from an organisational perspective, can be identified as the procedure through which things can get done with the assistance of the people in the organisation. The hard works are planned and directed and the resources are employed and organized for the purpose of achievement of the objective. Within the overall idea of management, the role of the administration needs to be identified. For executing the plans and the decisions on a continuous basis there is requirement of the specific administrative activities that can be assigned to the administrators (Lunenburg & Ornstein, 2011).
It is worthy of stating that the meaning of the term, ‘organisation’ centres on features associated with traditional bureaucratic structures. An organisation is developed when a group of people is brought together with shared values and are directed towards the attainment of a common set of objectives. An organisation is found to be directing the activities by means of authority relationships where the interaction among the superiors and subordinates takes place. When such type of relationship is taken into consideration, it can be observed that authority runs from top to bottom. In case of bureaucratic organisations, a hierarchy is formed thus leading to division of labour and clarification of the authority relationships (Denhardt, 2010).
It can be stated that leadership is not similar to that of remaining in the place of the authority. Being the person in charge of the company is relatively easier in comparison to being the leader. The person in charge of the company tends to act as an administrator more than that of the leader. The administrator is considered to be a bureaucrat on both the government as well as business sectors. He/she is the person responsible for keeping the records and is also responsible for constantly watching if the things are done as per the rules. Administration may not be as exciting ...Show more