Directing is not required at all levels in the management of an organisation. Do you agree? Give tow reasons in support of your answer.
No, I do not agree. Directing is required at all levels because :
(i) Managers at top-level management direct their subordinates or managers at middle-level management and they, in turn, direct their subordinates or supervisors at the supervisory level. Supervisors, in turn, direct workers under them to do the real work. The direction thus trickles down from top management to workers indirectly making directing a requirement to meet organisational goals.
(ii) Directing is also a continuous process requiring supervision and review at all levels. Corrective actions can be taken during emergency issues making directing as a requirement at all levels.