CONSTRAINTS TO CO-ORDINATION

Some of the constraints for effective co-ordination arise from the following:

  • The uncertain future poses a threatening challenge to the co-ordination.
  • The knowledge, experience, character and wisdom of the managers and their confused and conflicting objectives and ideas also act as a constraint for effective co-ordination.
  • The lack of administrative skills and the lack of adequate knowledge of necessary techniques on the part of managers also limit the degree of co-ordination in an organization.
  • The lack of orderly method of developing and adopting new ideas and programmes.
  • A vast number of variables involved in the incompleteness of human knowledge, particularly with regard to man and his life also limit the degree of co-ordination.