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Domains and functions of business administration

Business administration is defined as being related to activities that are applied within the organization’s work environment, and aims to coordinate and organize work until the final results are reached. And motivating individuals to achieve the required work, and other definitions of business management are the methods and actions that managers use to address administrative processes that aim to achieve control over them in a way that ensures the success of the work environment.

Areas of business administration:

Where business administration is considered one of the jobs that the labor market needs a lot, and according to the economic need in different business sectors, which helps in developing management tools. Therefore, reliance is placed on a group of business administration areas, the most important of which are:

 Financial Control Department:

One of the most important areas of business management is that it depends on the necessity of following up the financial reports related to work, which contributes to supporting the control function in order to follow up on investments, their results, and their impact on the financial budget.

 information management:

It is a functional and technological field that depends on managing business information, through computers and electronic databases, which are easy to store, retrieve, transfer, and deal with. Operational Operations Management: is the supervision of the implementation of special operations in the main operational and administrative activities that include buying and selling, human resources, and other administrative departments.

Sustainability Control Department:

 It is the department that aims to maintain the sustainability of implementing strategies in the company; Which maintains the implementation of administrative programs that help in developing the work on an ongoing basis.

 operations management:

 It is the department that supervises the special operations in all functional departments. It follows up on the formulation of administrative policies and processes that occur on a daily basis, plans to follow up on human resources, coordinates the recruitment and appointment of new employees, and contributes to supporting the management of projects and responsibilities of the executive management.

Business Administration Ethics:

Where business administration depends on the understanding and awareness of a set of business ethics, which is defined as the ethical commitment of employees in all principles and job rules within the work environment, and ethical issues differ between enterprises according to the nature of the work they offer, and there are some reasons that support the application of business ethics in institutions, and the most important:

 Preference for dealing with ethical institutions:

Where all suppliers, customers and customers prefer to deal with institutions that are distinguished by their ethical nature; Especially those that preserve the application of professional rules in the work environment; Either during the employees' interaction, or with the environment surrounding them.

 Impact on organizations ’ability to attract more clients:

When the institution has a good reputation in the business market, depending on the interest of the management supervising it in supporting ethical guidance at work; This contributes to attracting more customers to deal with the institution.

Promote cooperation and good dealing among employees:

 Where business ethics contribute to maintaining the stability of the work environment, and ensuring the tact in behavior among colleagues in the institution as a single unit, or in its various departments; Studies indicate that between one employee to three employees give up their jobs due to lack of commitment to implementing business ethics.

Supporting harmony between the institution and the surrounding social environment:

As it is necessary for the community to be satisfied with the work of the institution, which is strengthened through the employees' awareness of the components of the society; Specifically, those who come from different societies, such as other countries that may differ socially from the society in which the institution is located, where what is considered ethical in certain actions in one society is not necessarily moral in another society.