Reflection on Internship - Report

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REFLECTION ONINTERNSHIP
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Internship reflection................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONInternship is the learning or gaining practical experience as student or trainee in certainorganisation. It helps the person to gain further knowledge in their specific field like marketing,human resources, finance, Information technology, operation sales etc. It is being gainingpractical knowledge from industries and organisation rather than having theoretical knowledge.The report is all about my reflection about my internship, that what skills and knowledge I havegained from my internship which can be applicable to real world. The report also includes briefintroduction about management and different functions, principles of management. With that italso includes different skills I have gained from my internship and how those skills have beenapplicable to different principles, function and ideas of management.Internship reflectionManagement is the process by which organisation co-ordinate different activities ofbusiness in order to achieve desired goal and objectives. It also includes different factors ofproduction which includes man, machinery, money and material. According to the Peter Druckerwho is management guru said that management is the process of both innovation and marketing.Hence, it is the process of interlocking different functions such as planning, organising,directing, co-ordinating and controlling all the resources so that business can achieve its goal andobjectives (Arnold and Keiper, 2017). In management directors and managers are the personwho is liable to make the effective decision which is fruitful for both insiders and outsiders ofthe organisation whereas employees are those who work on those objectives and strategies inorder to attain them. The size of management can range from one person to small organisationsto the numbers of manages and employees that is big companies or business. It is very essentialfor every firm to have management in order to organise different activities of the venture andgood management is backbone of every firm. Management is the process of doing work andmake it done through others in order to achieve the objectives of venture. It is to be said thatmanagement is both art and science. Where management of art is the way by which work can bedone effectively and effectively with the help of different skills or managers and employees.Whereas management as science is the systematic way of applying different tool and techniquesby which organisation can work effectively and efficiently (Baldwin, 2016).1
Management is the set of principles which are related to the different managementactivities or function such as planning, organising, directing, co-ordinating and controlling.These all principles and function are applied to all the resources if organisation such as physical,human, informational and financial so that people of company can achieve their personal andorganisational goals and objectives(Burmeister and Sen, 2017).It is also known as process ofproblem solving and use of scare resources in order to work in co-ordinate way. This processrelates to the art of knowing what to do, when to do with that analysing the things that whether itis done in the best and effective way. There are several activities which are involved inmanagement, that are as follows:Planning:Planning is the process of deciding and determining future in present, as it isknown that future is uncertain as well as there are several risks that are associated in futurewhich are related to management activities. In order to reduce risk and maintaining the certainty,managers and employees plan different activities that need to be undertaken in the future. It Isdeciding in advance that what to do, when to do, how to do and from whom to do? There aredifferent types of plans that are made which includes Aim, Objectives, Action plans, Task andActivities(Cason and Mentor, 2016).2
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