POSDCORBPlanning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Coordinating, Reporting & Budgeting
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Based upon this framework, traditional organizational change takes place within the POSDCORB frame of reference, through the guidance of top management.
Gulick's (1937) scientific management approach of POSDCORB still forms the basis of hierarchy and bureaucracy in academic libraries.
The 21st century Army logistician will require multiple frames of reference, certainly beyond the structural view of POSDCORB.
The fact that his influence has endured is expressed no better than in the influential (although perhaps prescriptive) classical management formula POSDCORB, a notion directly derived from Fayol's writings that managers Plan, Organise, Staff, Direct, Coordinate, Report and Budget.