• fayol's five functions

Fayol's five functions of management template is a tutorial PowerPoint for management theory presentation. Henry Fayol is considered the father of modern management theory. He was a French industrialist and mining engineer known for his popular work "Administration Industrielle et Generale," published in 1916 A D. the book was later explained as "General and Industrial Management in 1929 AD. This principle is put on to both managers and workforces. The five-step circle PowerPoint is enough to produce Fayols 5 key areas of management. This management model focuses on the organization as a whole. In his book, Henri identified five key functional areas: controlling, coordinating, planning, organizing, and directing.


Controlling denotes comparing the real performance of the organization with the desired performance level. If you noticed any deviation that happened in implementation platforms should apply necessary changes to improve performance.


Coordinating is incorporating all divisions and departments of the organization and thereby achieving the organizational goals.


Planning is the most vital function of any management process. Planning refers to predicting the future and designing a structural plan of action, determining the visions and objectives of the action. In addition, it is the selection and chronological ordering of tasks to be performed focusing on achieving the organization's goal.


It is the structural integration of human resources and non-human resources of the organization. It is the action of incorporating resources for gainful use.


The process of providing guidelines and direction by the superior to the subordinate is known as direct.

Fayol's five-function PowerPoint template is created with a five-section circular ppt design that enables the user to create a presentation in a simple and flexible PowerPoint design.

It is a 15 slide business management deck for management theory presentation. Teachers and management experts can use this template to explain the early efforts of organizational management.