Administrative Problems That Affect the Effectiveness of Control

Ahmed, Ahmed Saed; Hj Tibek, Siti Rugayah; Endot, Ideris
April 2011
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Apr2011, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p479
Academic Journal
Controlling the activities and performance of public administration has become a vital function in modern states. It is put into practice while performing other management functions such as planning, organizing and leadership and decision-making, so that the main objective and goals are achieved with a high level of efficiency, competence, and peaceful human relations. It occupies a great importance in the administrative process and is one of the most important elements of this process, but should be regulated with an oversight process, so as to make it an effective tool in the development and guide the work of various departments. Furthermore to control of the most important issues that affects the organizational entity of the State. This is necessary for the protection of public money, as well as the organization of the most accurate and the most important problems within an organization. Due to its effective impact on the behavior of individuals and groups, it is the most important problem and constraint faced by the control in developing countries; incompetent leaders in their leadership roles, and solve the complex problems they face with the gradual level of change and development in the hardware department in these countries. This study will introduce the administrative problems facing the control in knowing the causes and manifestations and try to access the appropriate means to reduce and solve these problems.


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