How to Manage Office Management

Office management is a data and information management activity that is carried out in a systematic, continuous and systematic manner, following the organization’s activities with the aim of achieving the success of the organization’s tasks concerned. Office work or administration, often referred to as office work or clericalwork.

Office is any place that is usually used to carry out administrative work or written work.

Office management is a comprehensive direction of the administrative activities of an office to achieve goals in the most economical way (as efficiently as possible). Arrangements must be made so that the work is going well. The arrangement or management of office work is called office management. (Office Management).

Office management can be said to be an unseen (unrealized) force that plans, organizes and coordinates people, money, methods, materials, machines, and markets (GMs) in office work and directs and supervises them in accordance with the coaching goals, and objectives organization is achieved.

The Liang Gie (1995: 2-4) cites some formulations of understanding office management from experts, including the following:
Arthur Grager “Office management is the function of administering the common and record service of an organization” (Office Management is a function of organizing the communication and service of time and an organization)
William Leffingwell & Edwin Robinson “Office management as e function, is the branch of the art and science of management which is concerned with the effecient performance of office work, whenever and wherever that work is to be done” (Office management as a function is a function branches of management arts and sciences relating to the implementation of office work must be done).

Hal Nourse “It seems to me that office management in the sense of broach might embrance, not only the generally accepted service function, but also the arising of functional control administrative direction of the most clerical and paperwork”. (office management in a broader sense can include not only the functions of office services that have been received in general, but also the fields of functional control and administrative direction of most paper and writing work).

George Terry “Office management can be defined as the planning can be defined as the planning, controlling, and organizing of office work, and actuating those performing is so as to achieve the predetermined objectives that deals with the life cycle of business information, and retention, if of permanent value, of absolute destuction if.

Office management can be defined as planning, controlling, and organizing office work, and moving those who carry it out to achieve these predetermined goals has to do with the life cycle of data and company information from the time of its creation through the maintenance, distribution and storage if it has the fixed value or the destruction is obsolete.

As with other activities, office activities need to be planned, organized, and mobilized all resources involved or involved, need to be monitored and controlled as well as possible. In terminology, experts do not always give the same formula.

The Liang Gie (1995: 2-4) cites some formulations of understanding office management from experts, including the following:
Arthur Grager “Office management is the function of administering the commonication and service record of an organization”.

William Leffingwell & Edwin Robinson, Office management as e function, is the branch of the art and science of management which is concerned with the effecient performance of office work, whenever and wherever that work is to be done.

Hal Nourse “It seems to me that office management in the sense of broach might embrance, not only the generally accepted service function, but also the arising of functional control administrative direction of the most clerical and paperwork”.

Office management in a broader sense can include not only the functions of office services that have been received in general, but also the fields of functional control and administrative direction for most paper and writing work.

George Terry “Office management can be defined as the planning can be defined as the planning, controlling, and organizing of office work, and actuating those performing is so as to achieve the predetermined objectives that deals with the life cycle of business information, and retention, if of permanent value, of absolute destuction if.

After presenting the formulas from several experts, The Liang Gie then put forward his formulation regarding office management.